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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLl^MK III. 



S^VI^T I>x>lUL, THUIISDA-Y, FEBRU-AKY 12, 1863. 



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r !ui- a Ur^-r 1>-Ji!y. TriW.-.'kly 
."..iiivia than any otli.>r in >Iian«»- 
• nxont* iiiiliK-t'ra.Mitj to aJ- 
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X' . . corps Iris been sent to 

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: r. S. vessels have been 

- ' of thi- Alabama, whi.-h. it 

;. roufhfd at Kinirston. Jamai- 

, the ollicers and crew of the 

- '.''■ \ 'fvt o;u« oi the new Iion- 
- : -t'l tor Harbor lU-feuse at 

i>pat> h I'r- m Jaekson. Tennessee, 

• . •' e rapture ot ri;sl:niar, x\v 

■'. n.:>-\ T>r:n>ipalcoitou biirn- 

. - •/::::'.; lountrv. together 

•r of his associates. 

[ > :; l' , \ 1 "tcr.lay, passed a bill. 

: ^. iator Wilkinson, tur 

.1. .: tho Winneba^^o Iniliaiis 

We presume it will 

The Sioux and Winne- 

M !:vj; disposed of, and the 

■ - : Minnesota being, 

I. ■, r'-ilt%e 1 oJ their pres- 

iL-Kt iiueation, antl the jnost 

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Is . . ::n vH-nvl Kmiibitox. 

r...I.Iu-iti vV ( >.. of New York. 

:.ie Hambnr;; Interr.atIon;il 

; il r.\!iib;tiori, to take ji'ace in 

The Seeretary of the State 

.; -^ i..'v, by calling at this 

■tain the prouranujies, blank 

- .;•:} -ir'-rdars of the said Kx- 

,.-::/ .;tion ani>.'ii;; the m.-m- 

^ '.nd others intervsted. 

A.^ti;!. Ualiwin vt Co.. hope 

•• will not fail to send a 

:.arj:e"i with our eontribu- 

~ 1 \ .1 ition. The peo;de ol 

should have an opportu- 

, :.. :!, in:; about us and 

; ;: ; . "ersonal oL>erva- 



OVM lilCfc. AXO WOIXUEW »01.- 

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Two vears ago it seemed a terrible 
thing to ^o to war, :.nd the nation turned 
pale^at the sight ot the little blood pricked 
from ilb linger in the atreets of Balti- 
more. 

Then every woun led man was a glori- 
tied novelty, and ih. dead were entomb- 
L-d amid grand popular demonstrations in 
shrines as sacred and as popular as that 
of the Moslem Pro] het ; and the tears ot 
the bereaved were euronicled, one b\ one. 
as they fell, by raini.te and indelatigabh- 
reporters, and privtite sorrow was public 
property, andgoldeu streams ot subscrip- 
tion flowed into every gap that Death 
hatl made in XortU rn homes. 

l"or everything a >out this bloody trag- 
ed\ . just put upon the boards, was mw 
and strange and ckirmingly horrible : and 
there was something in the awful cra?h 
ol the calamity whi. b pierced through the 
callous selndmess el the times, and pity. 
i:ke p.itriotism and -alico dresses, became 
luv tashion ol the i ay. 

But war haa got t i be an old story since 
then. Fifth Avenue intimates its vlisap- 
-iroval ot the senlitiieutal extravagances 
that marked its ear y stages, and, without 
!he least affectaticn, we are dreadlully 
bored with the whole subject. Heroes 
and martyrs — Kllsworths and Winthrops 

h.tve irrown too .ommon to be inter- 

i-^tiu". Widows d ptnd for their attrac- 
tiveness on their youth and beauty, and 
ca:nage. and woumis, and sicknos. and all 
ih.;t. <iod help us ! what a dull lite is the 
>..;r_'eo!i*s. ami what was the loss at W ag- 
ram and Marengo '.' (iod help us, indeed .' 
for battles on whicli the late ot mankind 
is staked, the lar-oll" echoes of which 
auike grim old Kur )pe shiver with horror, 
s .ir. ely stir a ripp'e ot sensation on our 
placid counteniince as we re.vl the du- 
p-itches over our i lorning cotlVe. it is 
oiilv when the natidial interest is loncen- 
tr.iteil, as not long ago, upon a single 



The steamer which lett New York on 
Saturday last, took out .*i;C--',-J'X) in 
specie. Gold on that d.iy opened at .VJ, 
went up to o7, and closed ?t oGj. As to 
the price uf stocks in New York, we lind 
U. S. O's of 1H.SI .iuoted at lUi, and 7.o<> 
Treasury notes at lUJ. Calilbnia 7's are 
.pioted at i:n— this rat.', we suppose, 
owin" to the interest being payable in 
srold. Virginia O's are iiuoted at 7,'>, and 
Illinois war loan at 1"H;. All railroad 
stocks command advanced tigures. 

The A'. Y. Timt'.i of Friday, publishes 
an interesting table, showing who holds 
the green backs. It is worthy the care- 
lul study of all interested, and who are 
not ? — iu our national tlnanccs : 

Total. i»wni'«1by p*»rct. 
N.Y.B'ks. b> b ks 



OUR SI^ECIAL DISPATCHES, 

TIA CU1CA«0. 



BY TELEGRAPH. 

Gunboats to be Built from 
Rebel Spoils. 



l.OOO FEUERAI. MOLniEIKM DIS- 
< U ARCiEU PER >VEEK. 



THE PRESIDENT, SEWARD 
AND WEED IN CON- 
SULTATION. 



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rr.'as. t...ii<l- :.i^>'* i:w.!A'-,'*»" 

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* >■ :: \i\.uiius. edacious, lo<iuacious 
r.ri 1 :i,Mcious Legi-lature and the »eba- 

ciou- :.:.'. '■-•-i. '■ '- rJipartments ot the 

:. Mt the Bureau ol 

~. ■ - , u u; lo >t. Anthony last 

n:uL: t ■ .-li' ■•■ the h\-pitalitles id the 

ii: ^:. Anthony-Minneapolitans un- 

.l-r-:..!i 1 ho\v- to i\'j tliese things. The^ 



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hese things. Thi_ 
r. . ption of the logical 

'. ■■ _ '..[ A ;; -a'.a 1 and cold turkey. 

I lau :.— who made the discovery that ideas 
v-..-.. .implv secretions, the last result ol 
,. _. - . :; — v.o'dd be astonished at the ex- 
tM-t to v.-bi h his dietetic prinriph- is ap- 
■ . ; :- Iegi>Iati 'V.. 

r r:unatcly A.-uka and St. Cloud 
:. ■ ; tar oil' U> ;:vail tiiemselves of this 
1 . t aetit. ;Ui 1 will doubtless consider 
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Tow! ir4r.Acj.4:i." *i:u.'.»i^,<>44 i^p.c 

ItN tail-. ^> en t!iat of il..- f.iniU'<l il.-l>t i.f tli.' 
I'mtiil >tat"-. r>» ♦'ceiir. i4ilistributi'<l among tin- 
i>.-i. ;)!■'. im-lii.liii)» tUi-ir b:iiik-rs, ia oili-T Matos 
than >Vw Y"rk, an.l .'J V i-«-nt., or $:{|.'>:il,:o«i is 
owii.M bv tn- t>aiik*oj the I-tat.- aa.K ny ot .Vi\v 
V.>rW. ill liiiiiii;: t'U.*-"'.4>", whicli tli«'y hav.- 
ploV''' '» t'"' ''•'"'k Ivpartiu.nt ».-> ."I'curity I'.ir 
tlnir <iwn liiTulatiou. .\ii«i that of tlii.' culin' 
le^.l Kii.Ur . iri-ula;i"U 4. f I nit. . I >tati-< nolo-*, 
fh.- hank- li.-l-l 011 t'.iH IMtli ut .lauiiarv ult., ou'\ 
5i-.'ip,l>'.>.ii'.«, . /• u'k.u' ' Ijh' '.'I'/ 11 hi.f }i-r cent. 

nlil'l i-<f Ih.- tOtilt OUttt.tUiltlXlJ h^'if. ihi.H lust 

II. Ill will .•.Tfainly on'ate surpri*.., oon-i.l-Tiiifr 
til.- p'pal'r ;;iii ri-i-ion »iti'iniitf<t to b«' iiia.Je !>.. 
:»p.oi.lators i.i^'i.lil coin at Hx:ra>a>:a:it pn-iniiiiii-. 
..f the jir.-t :iii'I p'-'itsinj: sup.Tahiiii.l.iiu'.' of 
• .nenbuik". Tli.- :uii.)nnt of tl.U curri'U«y b»!.l 
ill til.' oitv of N'-w Vo.k, taakiii>r tlio itiojt luo.l - 
rat.' .-lilowaui*' for the siinn li»*Ut by the country 
I.Hiiks, /.'( /( -■! /'i"'i o.K •/(.'// .'/if itmoiiiit I'/ {/oil 
t'o. I wliioh tlii'V n-port an.f a.l-. »rti-.' as part of 
lii.ir i-oiiilitioi'i. ek.ry luo'dav moniiii;?. H"- 
r.'.ii:t wiila! oiiLV ace uul for ih.' reciMit>ailvauc- 
ill tt;o rate for iiioti.-y fr.iiii .'> up to 7 I' coiit.. to 
iMrr» out the i-iirr.-u't siie-iilation in g.'lT I'oiii. 
till' i-oiii its.'lf lii'iii;? ri-i»:iv r.io,-.' aluunlaut in 
twiik t!i:in th- Uiiif«"« .'«U1.' iK't.'S ot l.'jtal ti-n- 
,1—. or in tlie proi'orliou of thirty-oight :u eij(ii- 
te-'ii niillioiH. 

The alwivp ...furn-" sliow in tlii> mail! fh it tnnrt 
th'iit si J- hnnilrr-l i.iUlion.* .;'' the jiitbii- I'rlt iiiijl 
,\>rultiti»ui>f the ( 11il1.1l .s.'.it.' <J<« l< ii/r/;/ <//,«- 
ti-il»i:>-il in thf hnii'l^ 0/ t'i'' //.•..;»/«'. ami that oalv 
•H'r'Ci-lit of the ^niinl totnl i> owufil by Ibc 
Uiik* of N\«- Vork City, auJ t!iU iu our truit 
for t'lieir dt?;>o.'itor:'. 

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Thurlow Confesses that the Con- 
servatives are Gone Up. 



Gen. Grant will Take Vicks- 

burg, but thinks it 

a Big Job. 



Particulars of the Fort Donelson 
Fight. 



THE ejr:f BO iT» save th* fort. 



Indiana Democrats Instructing 
President Lincoln. 



decided that the militia must look to the 
State (iovernments for pay, and that the 
State! may then* have , recourse to the 
General Government lor what it may 
deem just in the premises. 

Mr. Wilson's conscription I'ill will 
prolwibly be introduced in the House in 
duplicate form, so as to hurry it up, and 
insure its passage this Session. 

The Tresident. Seeretary Seward, and 
Thurlow Weed, were in a long consulta- 
tion at the War Department, to-d.iy. 
Mr. Weed speaks of matters and things, 
as looking very gloomy for the conserva- 
tive interests. 

The prospect of the admission of the 
New Orleans members looks bad. The 
Democrats go almost solid against them, 
and from the Ilejiublican side, Mr. IJing- 
ham. of Ohio, to-day led off in a speech 
in the same direction, taking the ground 
that Congress should recognize no elec- 
tion not held.eltherunderStatelaws, then 
and there existing, or under Tederal Leg- 
islation, and as these New Orleans cases 
meet neither of these conditions, the 
claimants must be rejected. 

Secretary Chase was on the lloor of the 
Senate to-day while his f.nancial measure 
being discussed. Mr. .Sherman's speerh 
in lavor ot his (Chase's) bill, is regarded 
as ijuite able, and in the main, rellecting 
Mr. Chase's views. 

It is stated tiiat Gen. Thelps, of Ship 

Island notoriety, has been appointed 

Major lleneral, and the Comn>i^^ion da- 

j tid back to outrank nearly all the Major 

Generals now in the service. 



PROM NEW YORK. 

The Joint Committee on the Con- 
duct of the V»rar. 



Pursuit of the Alabama. 

Imarbor Drfpnsps of Sait Fraucisco. 



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Til'.. i'..:iiori 1 tur tl-e ce»ion ot Doug- 






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. . WN.. :;.« t!ie public are aware, 
;;. il._..;-c almost unaiumou.-.ly, 
> a .- ■■>"nd reading hi the Senate. 
1>. (1. Morrison. County Treas- 
r.^'-r. and James S. Ritchie. l»istrict At- 
T • ■-. • ; fVou^Ias county, are hvre urg- 
: ^ ^ , .:->ai:e, Mr. K. has been con- 
st '.r.tU- at the Capitol. He emphatically 
.- . , - •;. i: •'..•■ o:.!v ji roper and business 
:i; >de ot proceJtiri- i.^ to send one of our 
oM.st citizens to Wisconsin as a Commis- 
si .tier, t.i treat on l)ehalf of Minnesota. 
'.;,.%.-. it is bad policy to send on 
iLc uieinonal without the Commissioner. 
He also t'.iinks if such a motion prevails, 
that the friends of this important me.isure 
.■>ii0uld withdraw the entire matter, be- 
lieving a failure to ceiid a Commissioner 
ir',!l injure the project for another ses- 
^i la onr judgment this is the com- 

iii.:i ^.-iiM- vi.w of the matter. Let it be 
done ri_;Iit or not at all. 



Xr.w^ Iroin Ivingston. Jamaica, re- 
ceived at New York, ttti Havanna, shows 
ronch.u-Ivelv thct it was the rebel steamer 
Alabama that sunk the federal gunboat 
llatteras. oil' Galveston, on the night of 
I'-ch ult. The Alabama landed at Kings- 
tun, on the L''ith of January, over one hun- 
lired prisoners taken olF the Hatteras. 
The federal steamer, we are glad to know, 
jnllictcl sich serious damage on the 
rebel crali that she was obliged to use one 
of Jolui Bull's navy yards four days, in 
order to repair d.amages. Six or eight 
federal war steamers had left different 
part' of the Cuban coast to intercept the 
Alabama, on her departure from Kings- 
ton. 

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Wr may look for more light soon on 
a much disputed part of the history of 
the war. Gen. McClellan, in declining 
to visit Concord, X. H., said to the com- 
mittee, tliat he was busily engaged iu pre- 
paring a history ot his Penhisular cam- 
paign, to which he was devoting, just 
now, the principal portion of his time. 
This promised paper, with the proceed- 
inirs of the McDowell and Porter Courts, 
and of the Court to-be, in Gen. Frank- 
lin's casf . will furnish a pretty complete 
history ut that memorable campaign. 



.fiitral scene, where the blaze ol a 
thousand cannon, and half a million mus- 
kets, liirht up the 1 -arful tableau of War, 
^^ ...n the brown slopes of Fredericksburg 
oc Murlreesboro. where thousands ol 
brave men are swept away in one blast of 
the iron tempest, t lat we see war as it is. 
and all its woes and horrors, throng liiie 
shrieking phantoms around us, plea<ling 
tor pity and mercy and sympathy. Bat- 
tles like thc»e ar ? imminent on all the 
fi, Ids where Minmsota has sent her sol- 
diers. At Vicksburg, at Murfrecsboro, 
at Fredericksburg the demon of destruc- 
tion hovers with ai other roll of dead and 
wounded men of Minnesota, and disease, 
uiirc fatal than cannon, stalks among 
their ranks and str kes them down. 

What is Minnesota do-ng for her sick 
and wounded brav.'s ? What answer do 
we send to the ye;irnings that from many 
I pallet of pain ai d fever go back to the 
h.ved homes by the lakes and streams ot 
Minnesota. Wh/, all then- is gentle 
or tender in woman or man, is pledged, 
;".rst of all, to tlic care and comfort of 
those brave men who have left all comfort 
ami peace and si curity behind them, to 
toil and fight f<.r is and our children. It 
is not generosity, it 'm not charity, it is 
ilutv, it is a debt which there is not wealth 
enough in the lanK to pay The hidies. 
God bless them I have done something, 
in the best way that seemed open to thfm, 
in the discharge o: this duty. And La- 
dies' Soldiers' Ai 1 Societies liave done 
some substantial ^,ood, if in nothing else, 
in showing our j .)or soldiers that they 
hal not been iiuit • forgotten at home. 

But practically tliLse institutions fail 
of the effect desig icd, for want of organ- 
ization and sys.em and intelligent direc- 
rection, and in fa tjit is a jiublic mcan- 
n-'ss to shift upon a lew circles of ladies 
h .'re and there— ^^bat is really the duty of 
every man and w nnan in the State. 

The State should have commissioners 
attached to every regiment with an ample 
fund to draw on, whose duty it should be 
to see that every sick or wounded man 
was as well cared for as if his couch were 
spread in the mo.-t luxurious home in the 
State. An 1 if the Legislature won't, as 
of course it won t, appropriate anything 
for the puri>ose, let the principle of the 
Ladies' Aid Soei ;ty be expanded in its 
application to embrace all the friends ol 
our soldiers in t verv- part of the State. 
Let every town and county have its Aid 
Society, co-oper iting through a Central 
Board, injthe raidng and distribution of a 
fund for the benefit of the sick and 
wounded ; for a proper care of the dead ; 
and for the relii f of the destitute friends 
of the dead at h)mo. 
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IHv Nantinii>ii( in Livfrpoul. 

By a late toreigu arrival, we learn that 
an important conference was held at 
Liverpool, on the bSlh ult., to take steiis 
lor eliciting the opini^ui of the people ol 
that city, in retereiice to the American 
war and slavery. A resolution was 
muveil, to the effect that the emancipa- 
tion proclamation of the Federal Govern- 
ni.-nt, was entitled to the generous sym- 
pathy and support o; free Knglishmen, 
and that a conunittee should be formed 
to bring the subject befoix- the people of 
Livcrpo.l. The resolution W.1S support- 
ed by inlluential men. It was opposed 
bv Mr. Spence, who has constituted him- 
self the especial chamj>ion of the South in 
England. He sought to enunciate the 
argument that slavery could be supported 
o.» scriptural grounds, but the meeting 
refused to hear him. Eventually the res- 
olution was carried by a large majority, 
and a conunittee appointed. 



FROM FOET DONELSON. 

Sp-cial l>lji>itoh to tlio Saiut I'uul I'ress. 

«.'.1IK«>, i"i-t». t'J. 
It seems that the fact of the participa- 
tion of liie gunboat llect and its com- 
mander, Capt. Fitch, in the Fort Doncl- 
8on fi"ht, was omitted in reports from 
there. 

It appears that on the :>d inst., the 
gunboat Lexington. Capt. Fitch, the St. 
Claire. Capt. Hurd: die Brilliant, Capt. 
Parkins ; the Silver Lake, Capt. Kuley ; 
and the Robert, Capt. Yandy, all under 
the command of Capt. Fitch, were en- 
o-a'^^ed as convovs to Ibrtv-two transports 
carrA iutr men and stores. The men were 
commanded by Gen. Bird, and were en 
route to Kosecrans' army. 

When the gunboats were twenty miles 
from Fort Donelson, information was re- 
ceived of the desperate straits of our 
troops at the Fort, under Col. llardipg. 
The gunboats left the transports and 
steamed as fast as possible to the aid ol 
the Fort. 

It was ."^ o'clock in the evening when 
they arrived. They took position, and 
...[.ened on the rebels, who were Investing 
the Fort on three sides, and mi <t have 
had possession of the Fort in less than 
half ail hour. The gunboat Lexington 
followed with her heavy guns, and others 
of the i!-ct soon went in, with great 
e.leit. The St. Claire, lying opposite 
our forces, had to go to another posi- 
tion, and she, too, opened upon the Con- 
f. -derates. 

From the number of dead bodies 
brou'dit in from the localitv covered by 
her guns, and where the 8:kl Illinois had 
done no lighting, it seems the St. Claire's 
tire was most etrective. 

l*revious to the arrival of the gun Itoats, 
the rebels had sent a second llag of truce, 
demanding the surrender of the Fort, but 
Col. Harding had finnly refused. He 
had hopes of holding: out until Col. Lowe 
could send him reinforcements, and if 
thev failed to arrive, ami as he and his of- 
ficers unite in saying, had the boats tar- 
ried half an hoar longer, they would have 
been compelled to surrender. They had 
held the Fort six hours. Their ammuni- 
tion was nearly expended, and all the 
men tired out with hard fighting. 

The rebid force was several thousand 
stron". Our force was less than 6<X>, all 
told ; but when the ^un boats appeared. 
Col. Harding ordered firing to cease, and 
drew his men into as small a compass 
within the works as possible, that they 
might not be injured by shot and shell, 
and awaited the result, thus giving the 
conclusion of the battle entirely to the 
I'.ect, and nght well did they finish what 
tiie brave Illinob troops ami Flood's bat 



FROM TENNESSEE. 

Special Di!'patoh to the St. I'liul rr>"^s. 

J.vcKsuX, Fob. 10. 

The report has just come to headijuar- 
tcrs that a sipiad of I'nion Cavalry from 
Fort Pillow, has succecdcl in c.Vitnring 
Cushman, the guerrilla chief and the head 
rutton burner of this vicinity of country, 
with eight of his men. This exploit took 
place on Sundav last, near P.rownsville, 
1 lav wood County. This, with the previ- 
ouslv reported capture of Dawson, and 
the complete success ot Sullivan's caval- 
rv and mounted infantry, clears General 
.•^'ullivan's district of rebel forces for the 
present. 

Since the 1st of January last. General 
Sullivan has capture<l over f.Oo prisoners, 
and at least lOuo horses. This is doing 
remarkablv well. WouM that all our 
federal olJicers could bring forward as 
fair a record for the same period of ser 
vice. If they couM, the war wonld be 
nearer an end than it seems now to be. 



Xkw Yokk, Feb. 11. 
There is not much news of a special 
cliaracter. 

The T.ihunc's special says the J.-int 
Committee upon the Conduct of the \\ ar, 
is prosecuting with vigor and effect, the 
imiuiry into insubordination and inllu- 
euces which provoked from the President 
a countermand of General Bcrnside's or- 
Jer to cross the llappahannoek, and re- 
new tiie Fredericksburg light. The in- 
vestigation has alrcaily included the ini'u- 
ence of a Cabinet officer and that of un- 
v.arilke Generals. 

A lew days before t!ie steamer North 
Star sailed "from Key West, coinmunica- 
tions were received bv rear Admiral Dai- 
ly Irom our Consul Ceiieral at Havana, 
in which he sa\ s that 1 c had icvcive<l a tel- 
egraphic dispatch Irom the U. S. Consul 
a? 'Jrinidad de Cuba, saying that an Kng- 
li>h brig lj;.d arrived IrLia ivin-.«ton. Ja- 
maica, with information that the Alal)ama 
reached that port on the :: Jth, oi'Jan. land- 
ing the remaining odicers and crew ot the 
U.^S. steamer iiatteras. sunk o!i"_G;ilves- 
ti.n. They were over a hundred in num- 
ber. 

It was further reported that the AlaV.a- 
ma h.a<l suliered severely iu tlic light with 
tlie llatteras, and that she had five shots 
in hir hull, one of which went through 
her stern post, and was a very bad one. 

She put into Kingston to repair dama- 
ge s ami expected to be ready for se.i in 
tour ilavs" time. l*[)on tliis news being 
ncv'id iu Havana, the L'. S. steamer Wa- 
chusett and Oneida sailed direct for King- 
ston. . 

The San Diego de Cuba and 15. L. 
Cuvler, then on the south side of Cuba, 
weie ordered at once to the same port. 

The Tioga and .Sonora ii'so steamed in 
the same direction. 

The Tribunts dispatch t^ays otie of the 
new iron dad gun boats is on ship board 
en route to San Francisco, wlieie it will 
be used as a harbor delcnce. 

The navy department will immediately 
oredr the construction of two gun boats 
to receive the engines captured on loard 
the Princess Roval. 



to tlic «iuantily. Many of our Generals 

ouilit to be removed, and better men 
put in their plac« s, 

A.t the expiration of the morning hour, 
the chair called up the special order — 
the appropriatiuu bill to aid the State of 
Mi<s(juri 'in emancipation, — but the un- 
Imished business of yesterday, the cur- 
rency bill, bein^ first in order, was taken 

up. 

An amen.hnent offered by Mr. Ilanis 
was adopted, providing that any bank, 
or banking association whicli shall be a 
holder of'rnited States bonds to the 
am.junt ot lil'ty ])or cent, of its capital 
st.-)ck, may traiisler and deliver to the 
United Slates Treasury such bo-ds, or a 
li.irt thereof, in the manner provided by 
this act, ami will be entitled to receive 
circulati'.ig notes crpial to .*<<' per cent, of 
tlie bon.is so transk-rred and delivci.d. 



NE"WS FROM "VTCKSBURG. 

<!>» cial Dispatcli to the ••'ftint Paul rros«. 

tV.isllIXi.TON. Fub. lu. 

Private letter.s from General Grant, 
rei eived here to-night, announce that he 
h;a- commenced digging still another ca- 
luJ, the last one having proved a failure. 
IU"<ays he will t.ike Vicksburg yet, but 
aiLniu it is a hard task. 



nftaliatiou in ^Vestcm Virginia. 

The relicl C<'1. Imbotlen is trying the 
game of retaliation with Gen. Milroy ; he 
says he arrested SheritlTrayhorn (loyal) 
of Barbour county, and 'unlerstands that 
tv.-o rebels were recently murdered in B.ir- 
bour county. He further understands 
tiuit fifteen citizens of that cminty are con- 
fin-il in Wheeling, who will be executed 
if Tra^horIl is not released in li lb -en days, 
lie s^^iy^ he will not release Tra}horn, 
and if "the liftecn men are executed he will 
execute thirty prisoners whom he has in 
his i)ossession. He says, lurther. that 
when the alleged murder of tiie two clti- 
;:._.us of Barbour is eonhrme.l, he will ex- 
e ute Lieutenant Dawson, ot the 1st Vir- 
ginia Cav.ilry. and Sergeant Atkinson, of 
t!;e same tegimeiit. now in his possession, 
(ieneral Milroy replies to these threats 
that he is not in commaml of any troops 
i ! West Virginia, and knowai of no'oody 
whii has leeu murdei-cl cxi-ept in battle. 
Gen. Milroy reiiiinds Iinboden tliat the 
number of rebels in his possession is 
much greater than the number of Union 
men in Imboilen's, and that he must not 
presume so tar ii]>on the Ibrbearance and 
superior humanity of the Federal (iovern- 
ii;eut as to put liis threat of executing 
Dawson and Atkinson into execution, 
(ieneral Milroy hopes that Iinboden will 
n.»t compel hii;i to the jiaiiiful .ilternative 
v.hich the execution of his threats will 
render inevitable. Gen. Milroy says in 
conclusion : 

'■ 1 notice thai the Confederate Gov- 
ernment is about to offer 81W,(iOU for 
mv head. Had you better not come 
{\'iw\\ to V.'inchcster and go into the 
spcculalion. " 

Wilson and Bowman, the parties allu- 
ded to in the e-orresiiondence, were killed 
bv a patrolir.g jiaity, whose orders to 
.'top they retused to oluy. 



OUR ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. 



♦ » ♦ « ♦ 

Mi:. SiMXKi:, of Mass., proposed, en 
SaturJay last, an important in.]uiry, and 
one in which the whole country is inter- 
ested in having speedily and very candid- 
ly answered. It is in these words : 

/;,<,./(•../, That the Cominitt.H' on tlio Coiulupt 
.)f th.- War U" .Hrecto.l to iii.|uiro into tin- cotuli- 
ti.in oftli.' arniv of tli.; Potomac, both olRccrs 
ami men, aii<l to' o'<ii>i.l''r what mea>«p'* aro n.-- 
L-.-sjurv in onler to iironuXe it- etlicu'nov, in- 
.T^u-.'tli.- nic.tual i-.inii.l.Mir.' of tli.- otfuiT* and 
iiu-n.aiirl to -I'ciirt' from all an iinwav.'rinjf and 
Mil.ii.T-lik' .lovotion to tlu'ilei-larfU iiolicy .f tli<' 
(loviTiiment, with pow«'r to send for p«Tsons and 
I.ai..T>. 

♦ » ♦ » ♦ 

The Missouri Seiiatorship is still so 
mixed up. tl at it is impossible to judge 
intelligibly of the result. The opponents 
of Gratz Brown apju-ar to have sullieient 
strength to nrevent his election. The St. 
Louis Demo'-rat ol Saturday last, says, a 
preiject is on loot to elect Phelps and 
Henderson. The former has come out 
for gradual emancipation. 

. » ■ » I » 

TiiK lortications and defences of Wash- 
ington have been erected into a separate 
department and ( ien. Heintzleman jilaced 
iu command of them. As the senior of 
Gen. Hooker, he objected to rec iving or- 
ders from him, and the Secretary of War 
so far complied with his wishes as to as- 
sign him to an independent command. 
He has had charge of the garrison troops 
of the capital for sometime. 

♦ « ♦ « ♦ 

We have alarming accounts of sickness 
,:i Gen. Grant's amiv .at Vickslorg. K'-.v l^^d so well commenced. The rebels 
From lO.WO to lo,(M) men are said to | took fright and broke ranks with curses 

loud and deep against the infernal gun 
boats. 



rnon: nAVA5r.4. 

Havana, Feb. o. 
The Associated Press' corresponelent. 
snv.s the Florida left Nassau a week ago, 
hiving c-oale<l. and she is reported to have 
niade seven prizes off Cuba. 

It is reported that the Alabama has 
been ."iunk by a U. S. gunboat, but final- 
ly denieJ, 
' Xo American war vessel was at or near 

Nassau. 

Abrigreports, Feb. I'd, lat. 31. long. . , 
saw two steamers steering east under 
steam and canvass, a|>parently a chase. 
«)ne had beam engines painted lead color, 
the other, black. 



FROM VOKItTOlV.V. 

YOUKT.IWN. F"b. Otil. 

Our loss in the skirmi.sh ne.".r Nine Mile 
Bay was thirty killed., wounded and mis- 
sinL'. The enemy's loss is unknown. 

The eneniv is n])orted to be in some 
f.rce at'" Burnt Ordnary." twelve miles 
troni Williamsburg. 



Death of Nicholas Longworth. 

ClN. INNAM, Fib. 11. 

Nicholas Longworth died yesterday, 
ased ."^l vears. 



^VUAT XlIK lieCH:»lO-\» i»i. 
I»£n» Si -IV. 

Foi:TnE.-s Moxkh'.;, Feb. 1". 

A fiag of truce boat brought down I'OLi 
exchanged prisoners. Among thcui are 
a ( "olonel and Lieutenant Colonel. 

Richmond papers ol the ."^th inst., re- 
<t'ived, have clianged their tone about 
raising tlie blockade. 

The Richmond Win';/ .«ays the British 
Consul sailed hi the Cadmus Iroin C.iarles- 

toi>. 

The ofiieeis of that boat say that the 
result ol the late engagement was less 
snb.tantlal than supposed. No vessel 
w;'S sunk. 

The impression prevails that Savannah 
will be attacked before (. harieston. 



!> 1 1-: 13 . 

Ill St. Antlinny.onTue=d;i;iiior:iin^, Feb. 10th, 
at liis rc^idone-.', Wm. F. linAWLEY, Es.j.. aged 
51 \vars. 

lu this city, "Wednesday inoruiu.z, Mr>. Sarau 
A.Cook, wif.j of Uufus look, Ksq., aftor a dii- 
trussing illuessof i-ight wocks" continuance. 

.She will be buried irora liis ro>id«.ncc' on the 
eorniT of I'iuc- an.l Siinuiiersvt. Friday forenoon, 
:it 11 oVIock: and scrniou at Ilyiuouth rhurch, 
on Subbatli liiornhig mxt. All tlie ftie-uds aro 
:-,ivit"d. 



%\nv pAluxtmmnH. 



U C T I O X 



A 

Dry »jO0ii.<,< Ijlhin?, .•»hoi's, <JiovP«, 4;c.. &c., 
to-iiiorrow, Friilay, Fe:>. i:>tti, ut 11 o'clook, a: our 
.•o iiii«, Tliird--t .'-loUL' block, n^.\t the liriilp.-. 

f'blJ-lt F.VIKCmi.O & MAIU-Jl. 



:n 



OTlCi: IN B.VNKIIUPTCY. 



be sick, mostly with the diarrhea and 
fevers, contracted Irom want ot work, 
exposure, and being •* cramped up *' on 
the transports, waiting until the ditch is 
omplcted. One report states that as 



Gex.Siulky, in answer to a petition ol 

citizcRs of Mankato, for the location of a I ^t u- 1 

- 11 • ..L .. I I • .k, ..^.^^^ iruardinz a railroad near Memphis : and 
field piece at that place dunng the summer, fe""*'"' o . , ,.. . . 



many as lu<» soldiers idthls army die; dai- 
Iv of diarrhea alone. We believe there 
is no Minnesota regiment at Vicksburg. 
The second is with Kosecrans : the third 
at Columbus, Kentucky : the fourth 



FMO:«I POUT ROV.4I.. 

Port Rovai., F"eb. .l. 

Most of Foster's ikct has arrived in 
good condition. , 

The 1st South Carolina Negro Kegi- 
inent arrived vesterday from an expedi- 
tion sixtv miles up St. Mary's River, to 
Woodstock. They r-pulsed the enemy 
and burnt the town, after a severe engap- 
ment: also, destroyed the salt works. 
They fought like veterans and repulsed 
superior numbers. 

PICKET I>0»T ftlRPItXMED. 

HEAPQCAnTFr-s CAsn Division-, | 
StatTonlC. 11.. Va., Feb. s. j 

On Fridav morning last, about one 
o'clock, a picket post consisting of six- 
teen men, under Lieut. English of the 
11th Pennsvlvania cavalry, at Wiggen- 
ton's Mills, some four miles from Stallord 
Court House, was attacked by about u-j 
rebels, 2<> ol whom were mounted. 

Thev killed two of our men. wounded 
Lieut." English, took 10 prisoners, and 
«-aptureil lo of our horses. Lieut Lu- 
glish and four men made their escape un- 
der cover of the darkness. 



has expressed h mself entirely favorabl 
to the rcijuest, saying that he had no in- 
tention to leav.: Mankato unprotected. 
He has made a requisition on the War 
Department for more artillery, which will 
enable him to place the frontier in a bet- 
ter state of defense. 

» ■ » « ♦ 

Wk modestly asked Brown last Teek, 
whethea in order to make the Pkkss an 
exponent of Sound Republican Sentiment 
we were expect id to model it on the par- 
ticular type ol journalism exhibited in 
the colums of the Central Republican, and 
Brown replies that the suggestion is 
*• scurilous," ai d Brown certainly knows. 

♦ ■ # ■ ♦ — — 

TiiK bankrupt bill was tabled in the 



FROM 'WASHINGTON, 

Sr«cial DUpatdi to the .St. Paul Press. 

WASiiixciTOX, Fi'b- to. 

The receipts at the Internal IleTcnuc 
Bureau, for the week ending Saturday- 
last, were about a million and a third of 
dollars, and for yesterday and to-day, 
(Monday and Tuesday) si.%,000. 

The Navy Department will forthwith 

build two gunboats, lor two splendid Eng- 

_, , • r- i-f • r T' o I I'sh engines captured on the Princess 

The contest m Lalilomia, for U.S. 



the fifth near Corinth, Mississippi 
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.T. .T. TiioKN rox, of Mankato. has House of Representatives, by a vote of 
been appointed Quartermaster in the ar- 1 60 to 53. Messrs. Aldrich and Windjui 
my, with the rank of Captain. j both voted against tabling the measure. 



Senator, in place of Mr. Latham, has re- 
sulted in the choice of Hon. John Con- 
ness, a prominent California [politician. 
He was a Douglas democrat, but support- 
ed the Union movement last fall. The 
rivalry between Phelps and Sargeant, 
both membei s ol the present Congress 
and the bitterness to which it gave rise, 
produced this rather unexpected result ; 
bat we judge in the election of ^Ir. Con- 
ness, the administration has secured an 
elHcicnt supporter. 

♦ « ♦ » ♦ • 

.SAI.<X>N AXD FlXTlRES KOR .Salk.— Thp i» 
loon known as the City Half Way House*, on 
Third strci't, botwei'n St. Peter and Marketsts.. 
kept by A. Kuby, is offered for sale. For terms 
lu.juire of B. Ml'LLElt. 



Royal, near Charleston, recently. 

The iron-clad |Sangamon, sails to-day, 
to take thi place of the Nabant, at New- 
port News. The latter goes South. 
(Gen. Stoneman i* reappointed Chief 
of Cavalry of the array of the Potomac. 
He held the position during a portion of 
the time JklcClellan was in command of 
the army. 

One of the iron-clad iJiips is bound for 
San Francisco. 

The figures at the War Department 
show that we are now discharging, from 
our armies in the field, disabled soldiers 
at the rate of 1,(.>00 a week. 

The application of the Missouri militia 
for pay, when called out to suppress 
guerilla parties, by the State, will be re 



THE BHOOKI.VX MEPOnTEO 
MV3rK BY THE IKEBEES. 

PeiUT llin.SOS Feb. T.. 

The United States steamer Brooklyn 
■was sunk bv the rebel Alabama. Florida, 
and Harriet Lane, the Brooklyn having 
been sent in pursuit of the latter. This 
report is said to have been brought by 
<leserters, and evidently is untrue. 

rnOH CAIKO AXD BEEOW. 

Cairo, Fob. 11. 
A rebel Colonel Cushman was arrested 
on Friday, at his residence, near llipley, 
Te m., and brought to Columbus, yester- 
day, m irons. Cushn a i, who has burned 
I more cotton, periiaps, than any other 
man in the Conle.laracy, has acted 
? throughout without commission from the 
Confederate Government. 

Vicksburg letters say the brdliant 
achievement of running the gauntlet of the 
rebel batteries has a most beneficial el- 
feet on the spirits of our troops. 

The Vicksburg correspondent of the 

I Jackson Appeal says it is possible to 

I make the canal a success, and suggests 

that Grand fiulf. Port Gibson, and other 

points between Vicksburg and Port Hud- 

uou be fortified. 



8t th« Wild Hunter's . •Saloon, r . *, ,_...' r, •.,, 1 

f.M3t Jackson strert. *ject«d, the Military Committee having 



THE .^IXTU AW.1IY COUP*. 

Nkw YoRii. Feb. 11. 
The New Haven Palladium states that 
Gen. Smith's Ninth army c>orpe has left 
, th« army of the Potomac, and gone to 
Fortress Monroe. 



CONGKESSIONAL rROCEEDINGS. 

^\'ASIlI^■^,rox. Feb. 11. 
IIoFsE. — Mr. Washbunie gave notice 
of his intention to introduce a bill ^to re- 
peal all laws levying duties on 11. B. iron 

and coal. 

Mr. Cox from tiie committee on foreign 
alfairs, made a report on Mr. Fessenden's 
resolution, as to whetler (ien. Heron 
shouhl not be dismissed as Minister from 
Columbia. 

Mr. Cox caused a note to be rea>l from 
Mr. Seward, s.aying that the President 
w.as entrusteil witii the functions of re- 
ceiving fori-i^n Ministers and this was 
confined to him by tlie C',n.ffiiuti-.n. 

Mr. Cox reiiiarke<lth:it Legislators had 
nothlnii to do with the subject of rec.iv- 
ing foreign Ministers. He had no do'il.t 
that the government was taking necessa- 
ry ste^vs to recoinize the government of 
Mosquito an.l all fun.-tions of the state. 

Sf.xati'. — Mr. (Jriuu's, from the com- 
mittee on Naval Allairs. reported a rcio- 
lution to compensate the sailors of the 
gunboat Cairo, for the loss of clothing. 

Passed. , T • T^ 

Mr. Shennan presented a .Joint Ke«o- 
lution of the Legislature of the St.ate oi 
Ohio, protesting against the propo.'cd en- 
hargenient of the canals of Illinois and 
New York. 

Mr. Wilson, from the committee on 
Militarv Affairs, reported r.dvcrsely on 
the bill" for the construction of the marine 

cable. 

Mr. Ten Evck, frcm the conimittf c on 
the Judiciary', reported ailver.-ely on the 
bi I to amend the fugitive slave act. 

Mr. Trumbull, from the same committer', 
i-eported back the bill to allow the United 
States to jirescnt .nppeals and writs of 
error, without giving security. Passed. 

Mr. Wilkinson called i\]^ tliC bill for 
the removal of th» Winnebago Indians 
from Minnesota. Passed. 

;Mr. Wilson called up the bill to 'u- 
crease the number of Major and Briga- 
dier Generals, making the whole numb.'r 
70 Major Generals and •-'■">'> Brigadiers. 
Mr. Grimes was opposed to the bd!, 
and asked for the ayes and nays on its 
passage. 

Mr. Carlisle wanted to know how many 
of these generals were not on ihity. lb- 
thought This increase would aild greatly 
to the expense of the Government. 

Mr. Wilson sai«l that many generals 
had been appointed when the new force 
were raised. He did not believe so 
manv were needed. He thought that 
some limit had better be placed on the 
number or else nominations of new gi-ne- 
rals would be sent to the Senate every 

dav. 

^Ir. Grimes said there was more ohiec- 
tioiis to the quality of the Generals, than 



Notic- i> li.'r.'b-.- siv.Mi. that on tUi' application 
or.)o.-:uh tloriicr", of Mcolle-t ( ..uity, iiHiUcsow, 
fur ri'li'"! of as :iii infolve-ut di-btor; 

An o.->Ut wa? made bv th.- Ju.I;.'e of the District 
c.jurt ill and for tlu-ttth .)iidie-ia; lj;istie-t,ai>iKjiiit- 
iut' fiie'>-i.iv, the J-Mli day of Ai.ril, Iv-:!. at ocu 
o'clock I- M., for the- hoaiiiijr >>f -uid upplu-atiou, 
iM'f.iM' the >aid olSevr. at hi.- e-Ii.uiib.-r.- iii j'aiikaio, 
uii'l r.-cjuiriu^- tU tii'- cre-.lUors i.f .-aid apinie-ant lo 
show eMUsc if aiiv they iiav.', at Mie-ii lim" an.l 
pi K-.-. wliv an •.i.-.-i;;ii'.;ii;:t of the <-?uite of said 
u,.:liea;i! should Hot bt; made and he be di^-harg- 
L-.i lii.ni Ills deV)'.i. 

F.b. Vth, ISm. THOMAS CI (WAX. 

Uesiduig at Ttjl^ ers.- il.'s >ioux, 

fcbl-'-wlOw Att.jruey for Apiilicaut. 



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E. S C H N A B E L 



IN MUFFATT S CASTLE, CORXKIt OF iTH 
AXD JACKSOX aXKKKTS. 

DEAI.kK IX 

j^y^T> PiiOVia-TCX'S, 

K -er* constantly on hand a full eurply ci" Cere, 
C.-rn Meal. Oat-'an.l iJian. 

Nice Leaf l^rd au.i sugir Cui< u liams. 

Auv quantity of butter and ep^';". 

lie lias iiwile arraiii.'>'m.-uti to re'ceire two or 
ihrei' times a week from the country the cboic.r^; 
roll butter. 

Also agency for C. H. II. Baker's extra flour, 

vrhie-h i.« ;>ro:iOuiie-Hd the best in the city. 

(Joi.ils delivered la all pans of the city fn-e ol 
cUarg". J«l-'y 



A 



TTENTION BUILDEPtS 



I'lopo.sals will bp received until the teuth d.iy of 
F'-bruarv n«-xt. for the er.-i-tiuii of a ISloek i-f 
M.irt:', t<> be ef .stone, in -aei-eniuuii- with pial!^• 
a.; i sjjcci.icatioi.s 10 Ix- seen at our place of bu^i- 
:e'--s. 

U'.' invite the .•;nbinis-ion of bii:*, reserving the 
rlslit t" ri'j"Ct aa-.' "r nil, at our opti-m. 

juuiJ-t I ' «0(»LLV, t.AltVKU fc CO. 

The time f.ir r.'Cfivin;; propo.'a!-! fur the above 
work i- exti'in!<-<l to >atnrdav n.»xT. 

l,b:>:;: 1 'MtLLV. CAltVF.R & C<>. 

AVATER-PIIOOF VIENNA .VN1> 
STBELLA :>.IATCHES. 

The.io Matches are made without .suliduir. and 
i-ein? iV''.- ftoni tiis-.i.ii '-eal-Ie exior. and in>t oid-. 
verv de^il•abl- but almost iiidi«i»'nsali!e for use in 
t.;.- parlor an.l jle.-pitig e-h;>.iiii«-r f liev are )>u' 
..;;> iu IViii -v c .i.>i.-il l.«i.Xfs au.i small I(ackaae^ fi.r 
I .'iiiiU- use, aiKl are a'so car.f.iliv pu-kt-d iu i-ase.s 
for tr'ausportauon. i'or sal.- wholesjl- and re- 
tiulb.- .IAML> It. i»l!-V. 

Xo. <>' Cortland-st , New York. 

]». .<.— Country uuichaiits will eio well to call 
and e.\.imiue our stock. l-.-b-Jui 



4 LECTURE WILL BE DELIV- 

^\. KUKl) liV 

l>illou O'Ki'icMi, l^fe!ici., 

AT 

Tii2:cvt=Joirs Hall, 

On FillUAY KVKXIXU. a» half past seven 
o"eloe-w, f,>rtlie bei.t-lit of tiie 

.S0< II-TY OF ST. VIXt IINT DM FALL. 

Proceeds to be given to tin- poor, 
r-. SulO'et— HLMltCO. 
1 iekeis, Ji c-at -. febll-lt* 

Xh« Xhird .TliDnesota Battery. 

XoTKK. — IVisons wholiave served during the 
recent Indian War in Captain Mark llendrick» 
I'.allery, are informed that a Third Hatiery is uo » 
ill progress of orgauizalion, which will be us<d 
for seiviee in the State duri.ip t^e Indian Cam- 
paign. Capt. Hendricks will be plad to recei\e 
all able-bodi.d men, e.sp -cially those who lia»e 
fonn.'rh ^ rved under him in tl,is Uattery, an.l 
they are n-iuested to e-all at the Captain's Ile-j.i 
• luarters— Mes-fg, l',uibank"s Express Office In 
St. I'aal, and enroll their names. Olfiee hours 
from U to j I'. M. 

MAUK IIEXIiUICKS, 
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PUBI.ISIIKUBYTIIK 
l*RE.«H I»lIlliTi:«« C'Om».43Jl.'. 

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En^rlMoU* Olffr to titr Poim* uad i(* ; XEWN XTE.IIS. 

<<ta»^urnrrn. j _'p|„. ],..,,ii„j, Jjotolj of Xiw York, 

» orr, M>..u.loi.c.. of t!..> N Y. KvcninR Po-.t. owii.-to tlu' enlianro.l pri.-fof nrovisioi.!.. 

rA::s. January li., 1S.J^. " , , • . 

V.:r insrr .tal.Ir r..l.r who ..pi"-* »'i^ l«:^ve a.Ivan.vd ll.vir ratfs ol d.ar.-rs Iron. 
MilitK- \v,l. at tlu-Tui:.Ti«s was jilaiiianil .•?-'.•'<> to .-?" pir <Iay. A oli;:ii-o iii tlio 
opoti tiioiijrii in liis Nfw year's .s|»«tMli. pro|>ru'tor>lii|i oi I'm* St. Ni«'l»olas Ilotol 
wtitii he sai.! tl.at lionor an.1 iinptrativr j,,,^ ,^|.^^,„ ^j.^^.^.^ ^^^j^j i,^.„^.,.(^,rti, jt will bt- 
i>l«Ii''atii>iis .-^till boiiii.l him iIomIv to (In* i . i i .• ^ ^- ., „ ii 

!• I . .1 -. :, -ifi. „l. ,ti tl.it t'ontlui'tfil bv Captain ^potts, a wrll 

I»roi»lfni f4»- *«•*•«••?» •»'»>M'«>«'»''«'»"** lope: l>iit tin' surjo !s«' witli wriuii mat .1 1 • 

1 *r».„i;,., ,rr,m "'v.--uailv.amli.l av..n:il (.this ii.ttMiluins known an.l pnj)nlar .Mis>i>Mppisti-ainboat 
W o luar a .i:on.l ,.■ .. oi howl.n^^ rom ^^^^ ^^^ ^.^^ ^^ .^_ ^.^^^^^ ^^ ^..^.,^,^. i„.Tra.r.| .aptain ; Mr. llawl.. laU- lan.llonl cC tl... 
SecH-sTi sympat!n/t rs .1. l.nh sm.os oi tl.o ^ ^^,,^^,^ j,,^. ,,^.^^_^ „,. j,^ ^.lo Uas.dPs I.ttU- i:i,i.„,o,„i ^^a siu-nnan i:..usc in C'l.k-a- 
Atlanli.,al>ot.t o.n-i^a.>u.- war .xp.-n.»^. atlair canu- to llui.f._ W .• Iriv*. ha.l ll.o ^,^^, ^,^^ ,^_^ j,^^„ ^^„^. 

Ttitv art- Imu' thit"-i a l.i. t : aiul will wli..!.- history ol thi> n.-w turn in tho , »= ,.,,,,- •. 1 

, • ■ .„„,,i, 1',., Koniar. allair this wtH k. from thr pa^es ; n^'*-J'<l «'ti' t''*' I^'trl .sini-o it wa< oponid. 

prov.. buruoKso.-...' to our p ..-' • , ^.^ „,^. .. y^.,,^,^ j.^,^^^ .- ,,„. .^„„„^,i ,.,,. ^ _;\j^_ lloik-au. tho nvoutly arn-strcl 

w<. 1„- ot tl. -• « ,.; jHrlua.ls to ^-^i" ^ ,„„». which is santil to .lijaomatv au.l j phiU'iIphia o.Iitor, »av8 in ihi- Jirstpqicr 
. l.scly the rq-urt. ju.t ma.u-. ot the . e- .taticratt It is an ..x....a.M^'lxjnr.m.s , ^j,,,.^ j^;^ ,^.,^,^^^. ^ .. ^,;. j^ ,,,, iH-n.^.Tat 
.f<h Soirctarv ol tho Irt-asury. i^lr. story, ainl whotlu-r " i-onl .loim has or ^ r • m • r . ^. .. . 

V, • ., ■ 1 .iv.. us th. Ir i.np.v<M,.i. ■ li:is not ha-l anvthin- to .lo with it. Mr. ' «'"' '- "^" nn piali.ic.Iy m lavor ol l.io 

MemmMyr. ..uii „i - ,,, , ,1,..,,, . Udo Kusst-ll tliMrlv has ma.I.- his oiV.-r. I I'nion and the (.onstitntio,,." I?.Mloau is 

. : i!i:it documont. U o will, to ai.l them, 



r. ].roiluce a fi w ll-nns Iro:n that tloni- 



and M. l)ronyn di- 1/lhiys is <:reatly I just now catehin;;; '* llail (.oltnnbia" Iruin 



iiient : 



Slakin- :l totul of «'•''■ »,"•».'«'" 

Till- Federal d>^l t and expensi's up ti> 
the same time will be 81.1'>!''.""<>.^""^- It 



perplexed thereat 

V< cordiii;; to tlie o liel.-il statements of 



! hi.t iVmoeratie frionJii, lor his lato baek 
(hnvii. rrlsi>n fare jrenerallv lirin-rs one 



, , ,^ .1 \r i.i'ii . I . ._ »t ilowii. rnsi>n tare jrenerallv iir;n;is one 

I !u' n-lvl.l.M in P'lvmlMTlx-t wa* $.■<,'. ..,••» the ease. M. de L Utivs beeame aware ol ! f' • » 

i:i.' ril..'lsn.iur.>netw.iuru.w nu.l ....,^^, ^ , the new ••eoinplieatio T on or about tlie j to repentaneo 

*'"'y '• '* '" ' -JiUli ot iK'iiiit.er hisi, lor at tiiat date lie — .\ woman named Sanlt, residing in 



wrote to file Fremli .Ministi r at Uoih»', 
tliat he ha«l heard "in an indiret t inaii- 
net" ot Mr. Kiisse'r> advice to tlie I'ope 

It Italv. anil his ollir ol"a reln-e lor I a;,'''^! respcetively seven, tiine aJid lonr- 



C'ohinibia ecunty, I'cnnsylvatiia, on the 
:.'d. murdereil three vl her step-e!ii!ilren. 



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. _,, , . ^ , I iMTii-not' in till' nliov4' buMin"*« in Kasj«'rii citii-s, 

t. Tlt»roiic!iaroln|r. MBdepe^fleMt ami , J,,. tVels comp-U-iit in oli.-rliiK hi-- «<Tvio.>s to tak 



The onormous incroacr in tln^ prico of pi iiiling 
paper and other materials iii'' d in printirj.' in-wa- 
paprrs, coinp<'!s us to increase the prico of tho 



courludid to eiiguffii in the abovo l.usiues.i, and WlVTirr* M- 1» \ V/"' V\!"PVT.<s 

I woul.l therefore >av to Hi- rili/eim of Mlnn.apo- " ^^^ ^ ^'^^ Alili.AAtil"..31i^-> 1 O. 

, U.S an.l vicinify, that he will Ik- i.repare.l i,i future „„ ^^^ ^ner Mondav, Doremhcr 1st, ISC-', pas- I'UKSS. Our new term- are : 

to furnish ( olliiisof Uahmt, M.-tnti.-, rintli ror- ' .,., ^,..,. ,, ,. , « , i ruuus foUows • 

entl and ron.uiou, BH.I all IliiuKM..|„ir..d in an ' *'''^" '" ' « I'l run as louows . I>AILV TUESS 



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A COMl'LCTK F\.M1LV NHWSPArER. 



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ei>iti:d hy 
AVilllam C'ull<>u Ilryniit 

AID 




their population ^tau'Is as tfn to iirtnl:'- in ^;lMi.iiii;; m ih<' aiime, iivit 1 lr.nl l.-arut thai 
"' ' ' " , , , ,, ,*. vM'tiul n<-»v auxili ;ri>'< ; ml fonin.fiior.* in tin- 

...i". iiieludinj: sl::ve and bee. lor this 

ciionnous expense, too, we l.av«' some- 
thin;; to show— the I :K-.-t !i.v\y in tho 
world, arms, amuuinitlnu. stores, cloth- 
inj:. etc. — -wliile the rebels have literally 
nothing;. Rel.ulve t > this matter, tlie 
rhiladelphia tU'iulnr cmphatiealiy r< - 



jTi'tOi'teoi which Wf jrive t>> the tlnly .*n'. Ih*' 
.\uiii-iii iiak ii:.;^ oiiiliriu> •! t)i<- iiit'onii.ilii'ii wiiu'ii 

tuiil 1 11 j;i>f:i liie, t ai!'i>'l. While a\ui.Uiii; to 

laUc llio m.iiiiT more «erii>ii.|y than was iifi'»-«- 
< IT' . tiiat «i' !i<iiK-dvery iiiui-!i that if the I'op'', 
w .ii-;i <e«l t'ti'.i.i, w(Ti' I' iiiiiflloil ti» 'Hiit Itiiiy, 
he \>i>u!il ir .ui» II- thi' 111 ■!■ reiue over Kii;:lan>l, 
Uii'l ih.lt \v>- ."li-!.::.! :ijk It Hit." 

In reply to this di-pateh. the French 

iiiiiiister at Ib-nn' v.Tat*' that the story 

v\.is true: tli;u in the ''oiirsc of last sjiin- 

', * ,* ., ,. , , , . ,, ! mer Ml. Kiissell. inti' olini; to fake almli- 

If. then. wuU onr two-to.d and r.ap.dly ,^^. ^^^.^^ ^ , ^^^. ^j,^. IVmc betore Icivin- 

tl:e eltv, was aihiiittet! toait andienee. and 



iuereasini; nnmi>ers. our bri'ad expatise 



iiidns- 



ol rich publie lan.ls. our iint.rn.;: .o..,..- . ,„,„,,., n^j^.i,- j,,oeeea. ,lto plead the cause ^^■'•^'■■ 
try. our provero.al enterprise- and t;.nlt. ^^ j^.^j.^^^^ ^-.^f.^._ ,vi,:d :.- np with a formal l.l'-"' 



without intcrei.t : tlnrin;; the week eiidiji;: 
January od. the number of death-s was 
l.oo.'J; of diseases, ;'..) of the cast's were 
from small-pox, OV n!i:isles. 7;> searlatlna, 
Itill consumption, ISS br»>uehilis. The 
births during the same period were 2,110. 
In the thirteen weeks ending December 
■_'7th, tiio numb'-r of deallis w.a.s 17,717; 
pulmeiiary dlsea.«en. exclusive of oon- 
sumjition, .">,.*l:»l ; iliscises of the nervo»i.« 
system l.-'SJ: mea.sles y!).>; .scarlatina 



our fresh vit.iiitv and ela-tie eneri:i<-s. il 



. , ,, , , vn'Ar of tile Malte.-e r tn^e. Whereuiion 

with all these -reat a.tvanta-e.s lu <;'<; „^,, ^. n plied : •.Vdieu. .lear Mr 

favortnereisauyrea .a'l^e lor ^ear that ^.^..^^.;,'. ,,,,,1 ,^„,„,, ;,,„,,. ,,^.,. i ,,,..,; 
our debt wi.l I'caru-i di>«u. now is it wr 



hear ot" no s;ie!i iea-s in .se>t>!t eif-.des. i 
cither on this or the of lur side ot the .\t- ■ 
lantie. touehiii!; tiie Atlas load oJ in leht- 
edness on the backs of the rebels P It we i 
shall stai:.;er beneath otir burden, they 
mist inevitably be sunk into a bottonilos ' 
slon:;!! ot ba'ikruptey. an-i rei>udiafion by 
theirs. Ycr \v.- ib> not tunl intin' .Vr'.Lr'o- 
Ki'liel press aiiy re}>ro.iehes ot our '•mis- ; 



I 
iu>t be lor.fii to tro ti you to auk fv>r hos- 
pitality .' " At these words, says the 
Fieneii minister. " Mr. Itiissdl immedi- 
ati'ly returned into the ealiinet of the Ho- 
ly I'athcr. to ask him If lu^ indeed leareil 
that he .■>liould l>eeoiii| rllcilto tpiit Ibniic ; 
.lad if. in that easv'. I i- would really be 
.••-posed to i.o to Ki;.:lamr.' The I'ope 
\ > ly iMiieklx reassuml Mr. Itnssell. I>y 
adiiui;; that he was ignorant of the trials 

nt 



Tiie Kvi.NlN'i I'osT.no'v in the .nixtv-lirst rear 
ol" li» «-xi«teiiee, i< a nmrnal Ihoroujrhly d«'vol"il 
to ihe priiu'i(i!jj uf b'KK 'JioM, and ii« candid, 
fi-nrle-s .Old indepenilenf In the I'xj'n'.^^inn of il« 
-en iini'iit^. It holds to the jtreal doctrines of » 
-Iriet coustruetion of ihe Coimtllutlon, K.-onomy 
in «.io\ <-rinueiit, no politic d julihery, honest nn-ii 
li>r ollii" •, 111 • *iijipn'.-*.-ioii ol tin* .>!a\e t'oMer, 
I'rei- s»>it and Kree ^|H-i>i-ii: and it eurnu^illy ad- 
VuC}ile» a v!;Mrous pro-i-ciilioii of lh« 

W.Vil -V(.;AINt>r TliKASUN. 

If siin-< ehi<tlv, however, at liein^ a <;o'>i> 
N KW<i' \iH;i'. In irs rohnniis will he found a 
C'>uii>!« I • ilii'torv of the War, all iiuporiant I'olit- 
i'Ml <>- ■-•••;e I'oeiiinenM entire, frncedinifs of 
!..•"• !-'i<i' l>oiiir.<, .suiuinaiie.i of Kuro|M-un In- 
leill^.'iu'ej anil new* from nil inrln of the world, 
r.i'-M.; '• ■•■|>orlt uf liiiain iai :iiid coiunierclal inat- 
ti-i.-, ir -iwiirtliy • 'orreKiwaidenci', and a o«r«'f'dly 
^el. ce d l.it«'tary .Mi-ce,lanv, eoiiipri-^iiiK Poetry, 
!;rvifw< of N<-»v Work-*, with lil>.>ral extract-, 
Tah's, I'o try. «io-;-iii ami .\iiecdi>^'.« — the whole 
foriiiiii;^ an excelli-nt varii-ty, in which vvviy 
riM<i<.r will diycoker soniuthlitK to liin tuate. 



the entire oharf.t' of Kunentls, and would noUeit 
a share ot the patrouac<'. 

O. F. WARNKK. 
Minnoapnii:!. Nov. fith. nov 1 1 

T EATIIER AND F1^'DINGS, 

SADDLEUY, HARDWAKK AND TOOTHS. 
LKATIiKK. HJ5:L.1.'IXa-. 



Lnnve >;. Arriv«» at Loave Arrivp at 
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TAXXKnS ANH CUKlttSSKS, 

Ktf«p oon»tantly on hard the larppst and moit 
Ci>l:ipl>>te fttock of 

LEATIIKUnnd FINDINGS, SADDLERY 

IIAItnWAKE and TOOLS, j 

LXATIIKR HKI-T1.\<>, tXAMF:i.Kl» j 

1 LOTUS A!f n LKATntre. f-r., fcc, kr, 
AH of which they aro now oiror:n<: »t prlcei to ' 

bult tljo time.''. 



Our Omiilbn.'sps will nin to and from th<» prin- 
cipal Hotels and Itontd in connection with the 
trains of the 

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I'asserffernand bagpapj* will bp called for In 
an.Hwer to ordiTs h'lt at the American, Interna- 
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Fare to .'jt. Anthony, including omnibus ticket, 
50 cents 

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One copy, one ye.ir. d' livtTed hy carrier. ..^11 0" 

Oiii- copy, one vcar, sent f-y m.tii |o imi 

li..ec tp\, one iiiuiiih 1 tA> 

si:mi-wf.i:kia' kvenixc. fost, 

Isi l'ii!Ji!<!iiil A'/vr>/ 'J'itt:iitiiy mill i'rii/iti/. 

One '•"j'v, one year .*a 0<i 

f M o t'**{'e*H, one year. ... •..••.■•> U INI 

live ciipi •s.iin • yen." 1' 00 

I'.'li copii's, tin.' >eai'- '.".' .Vi 

An e\tra '-opy will he s-nt to any i>ersoa who 
send'* ui« u cJub uf tivt'iity and over. 



pitied >ontlHrn bretoren tor the.r , ^^.,,: .,^ ,._. ,^ j^^^.^^^.^. ^^.; .^^ ^.^, tor him : bn 
bouTidless and ree^Kss expend,, .mslu- . , ^ ^_. ^^^ _ ^^^^^^^^^_^^ ,^ j^.^ ^ ^^^^ atn.rehen 
yond any po<.,'.,.. ability t., iny. Nor ^^^^_^^ ^^^^ , ,._j ^^^^ .^^ . ^^ ^,_.^ .^,^^ of remov 
.k. we hear ,.| >;; ;■' nproo . amo.-iT s; m- . ,^.^^_,^ ,.^^^^^^. .. ^^ ^^^^^^^^.^^ ^^.^j^,^, ^^^^ 
pathi/ers l,e:v. •> hv is t.us . Is sneh ,.j >,-,,,^.„^,,^., i^^,j_ ,,.i„.„ j.^^^l Kussell sent 

lialnatde caiit the result ol liiat I'liii'i pre- .. i ■ •. .- . .i ■> .1 

\ \k , ., , ■ 1 .• i a lorinal invitation to the 1 oih* to leave 

Vidice that w:u •;.••• but one sitie ot a I ,, . , • , „• • ', 

J ,. • • , .. » Koine at ins pleasure, otterin;; the ser\ ues 

•Teat ci>iitiiit ; or IS 11 because liie cliam- , r., ,1. 1. ,1 ,; ,1 . m i„ „„ 

<^. , , !)• I I ■ . ot the Imi;;Ii,-Ii liect ii the Alediterranean 

piotis ot the rebeb.o. re-ard our deo as ^^^ ^.,„.,, /,.;,., ,,. ^-.a ice t.> Spain, or to 
o uijat.ons ih.ar wdl be paid whde they , ,j^^.^^^ -^^ ^^.,_;^,^ ,^^,.^.^ ,,^-.^. ^ j^^^.^. 

MC ui ^lemmuiLri'r s scrip l.v.t so mauv , .. , 1 . » • c 1 <• r 1 

. V Hi . Lv ^ • . ' 1 1 . I would be piaeetl at his disposal. Cardinal 

lalse promises luver mtentleti to be re- . „ .11; i. >,.. .. . ,...,, 1 ... 1 ,1 :. ,; 

. • ..J,, Antunelii, liowcvei , V as at lianu this time. 

'*''-™'-'^ ^ _ jaudtpiittly snulletl nut the whole busi- 

*^ *"*^. .., , ne?s i»v assurin<: Mr. t)do Ilussell that 

I ••the I opi- dill nuc tlream the lea?t 

While th • nofjrocs in the department in the worhl td ip.iittiii;.; Italy " 

of the Southwest are reeeivinj; the worst I The slirewtl ami capable (."ardinal 

pojMble treatmetit at the hands of the I t^''^ ''' keep the story secret, but 

, ,. , , ; Jlr. <)«.o liussell v as luobablv rather 

Government and it- a-, uts, they t.o not . j,^^^^^,j ^^-^^^ "mission." and mentioned it 

permit their loy.iUy to be shaken, but eon- j [„ one or more ot t!ie diplomatic youn;; 
stantlv rtnde- must jnpoitaut services to | jrentlemen in Home, md then it got whis- 
oar commanders. An incident of this is i'^T»-l :il">'it. ami .so in due course of time 
, , ^ ■ I w( lit to 1 arts, and at the end cl Decem- 

thus reported by a eorre.-pondeut -1 ^v 1 ;„.r produce l this olliial correspondence, 
lloston paper, in an account of the late ' which has developeii the entire history. 
operations in llerwiek liny : [ ami created a iirotliylons liubbnb on botli 

T'.ie reb-I.t have p:uced all jorts of ob-rnictinn ' ^"''■* ^''^.'^^^'.f hatuiel. 
in the Kiv aiil u\ -r, bur ..ur force \y.n not in this at!a:r, and m the prolUred ces- 

awar.? that t ley hi.lr. sort-.! to ti..-:rtd.| priuti.e ,;„„ ^,( the Ionian Islands to tireeee, 
ol iiWcuie lor;»'di)et in c.'iaui-i acr.)-'' tfi • rivers, ... -n i 

uiTit th-y w-r-fonuuarlvi-4i-.rmfdhytwoii.- ! r rencl.men Will be sure to see new e\i- 
ttliig''n: ni'gro.v-. wii.i jiiiiip.- 1 tmni r!ie cott.>ii 1 tienee of toe horiibl' treaeherv of .John 

37^;:r"nr^^;;'!'V::i^^:!d'';;';:V.:;:'!:;r;!;::i^ I '^'-^\ i:n,ian.i-sa:s the Fretich-watits 

tioii nf tlie-c .langer-ui- ami iisf."-iial iiKichim-s. : to tii'/civmate I raiK. in Italy, in dreeee, 
siiowinu' ourottic-rs t'l' lii..M a-'ach.nl to tiR-e j ;„ tj,^. l-„iU'il States is she" not perfuli- 
t«»rik-(Io.'.<. Our i.fticers rtnii>' .mI iw.i ot fh.><*» ., .., -,, . , • x- 1 

d<'»tructivcs, and in .»ne .jf t!i>in wa< live gdlon* O"* ■ '^''*^" ^^''' >'^""' *-''" periuit .Napoleon 
ofpow.l.T. Th- cf.ntniti.iri.l saiil the n'j.!* have ] to ha\ e l.is wav in .American ail'airs, nor 
[.laiited inanv m'Tc (jf Lf^'. r «ize further tili the 1 • , xi . „,,.,,„.,.,„",.,.,.» , e.l.u, l-'r.,,. :. «f.I 
river, t.ne.f th.- -Hrpe.ne^ .li^cov.retl hi- oer ' '" ""^ maiua;;ement it that kingpin of the 
troops wa< .Micl.iod in a -I lare w.Li.len bojc ai;.l ' Kiiropeati gtuiie, tlw I'ope — hence revil- 
ni!»rb-d- i:,.-dic:iI-tMre---- It.i.i ri,U been op.-n • 1 . ^y^^ -in.i bitterness. Neverthele.ss. His 
a- th>' inv.-iit'.r< int. '.lied it sliuLiIJ be, the los.'J t>l I ,■' .- • . , , .. , , 

life must have b.en lari;'^. j Holiness remains true and steady, lor tli«l 

ly in his > 
■ ai'iiiiral 
ry ; 1 M.-s 



rp, , ,. . ,, •. ... he not sav 111 his >etv lear s speech : "I 

ihe absurditv, to eal it nothni" worse. 1 1 .1 ' i - i 1 i- i • 

'^ 'bless the ai'mirabli !• rench episeopaev 

of the policy winch rtpils the loyal blaiks mni ,.', ' • ' ■■ ■• 



ill France, the great 
and generous nation —I bless also the Im- 
perial tamily "" — and '<id not Cardinal An- 
tontlli, on his behalf snub .Mr. Kussell. 
and deliberately tlce ine the proller of all 
the delights of the ch inning isle of Malta ? 



and refuses their .-it\v < s, Js clearly ap- 
parent in view of fa. ts like that here re- 
ported, and one would supjiose that in 
New Orlcaus, at least, it would never 
again have a ibothold. The latest ae- - — .r-* 

founts, however, leave no .-.oubt tliat the i "*'*""* /•*''■:*'"""«."' **•" "-P"™* 

Court of HinnvsotM. 

military authorities, by their course, are Orlando !",. Turn II. I'la ntirt in Error, vs. Caleb 
doing much to alienate the blacks, weak- -^'"^K"". ^'^rvnihxut in J:rror. 
Ming to that verv extent the Federal re- I • ^'"'^^'-f "\'"t-* "» ^l;e Uck of a prom- 
. , ' ,. . , , ] K-sory note ot sums ot monev paid there 

sources in that now disorganized depart- j on, not signetl by any one. and it not ap 



♦ >♦ 



jiearing in any way by whom they were 
placed there, are no evidence ot any tact 
Tlie Ton* of the Fpivcopal Church, lor cr again.-t any one. 

'^o"*''- I A party plaintiU" ueing upon a note 

I'hc, on tlie whole, moderate tone ! '''''•' f ^'i-'i^al su<-l> *-•" lorsements on It, of- 
t • t 1 1 .» . 11...,! f^'r-"> tue note in e\ denee, .and also the 

which pervadod the pastoral letter to the ' „^„„ ^,- ,•. , .,,.,„ „ i • 1 'V. 

.^ ' I name ot tau p.ayee, which was written on 

likshop.s ,A the 1 rotesfant l-I'isi opal j the back, but made :o reference whatever 

Church in tlie Cor federate. States atvakens to tlie other endor ements. Jlchl, that 

in some of the Xorthern organs of tiie ' ''^.'*^''' ^''"^'^"'^"'^■"*^ I"''"''^ '"J'l'">j;»ir.iii'-"t 

f'l 1 .1 1 .1 . •" •. ,■ I I him, and were not in evidence. Ileltl 

Church the hope that a maiontv o t he ,■ . ,, . , i«nut.i. utui, 

,,. , ' . , • lurthcr, that endorsements on written in- 

Hishops are even now in favor of a re- | strninents are imU-pendent writings in 
union. In support of this view, it is | the nature of receipts or written deelara- 
([uoted that ISishop Lew, Missionary I i'^\"''' and th.at they can be received in 



liishop of tho Soulh-West.'evcn after the • '-^"l^"'-^' ^"'.y ii^er j roof made that they 
., , ,. .1 • 1 If , ,. .1 •"■^' signetl by tue partv sought to be 

ontbreak ol this rebellion, prayed lor the charged, or have re. eived his consent in 
country as a whole : that an address of ' .sonn: binding for:n. 

liishop Davis of .South Carolina, dejilnr- ; J"''" i:o'''il '* wife, , pj 

, . ,. , ^. - , ... ' , I 13aa-i n. Itespoud. nt. 

eu the dissolution of the I luon .is the ! it-i • i 



:'rw>l!anf«, V'l. John F. 



, . , Where evideiiee i < ofTcred liv a partv 

heaviest of .-•a.amities, and breathed noth- ion a trial, and excluded by the Clourt, 
ing but love lor the whole nafiun ; that' .-.nd no exception taken, a'partv cannot 



there were whi-^pers that IJi.-Iiop Atkinson 
of North Carolina and IJishop Utey of 
Tennessee relnsed to acknowletlge sepa- 
ration, even a.<; a fact ; that Bishop lliit- 
Icdgc of Florida had merged his well- 
known political sympathies in a convic- 
tion that the church, if not the nation, 
could not be severed without death. If 
is therefore hoped that if the national 
Union shonhl be restored, the Southern 
BLshops will have no objection to restor- 
ing the unity of the Clinreh. 

♦ «♦«■• 

— Bishop Ilosecnans of Cincinnati, 
brother of Gen. IlcTseerans, delivered, on 
Jan. 6, a leeture at Columbus, Ohio, on 
the ** Mission of Mercy to the Shave," 
which proved to be tlie recital of a relig- 
ious order, established in 1197, for the 
especial purjiose of purchasing from Mo- 
slem captivity Christian captives. The 
IJishop claimed, therefore, lor the Catho- 
lic Church the honor to have organized 
and fostered the first Emancipation Soci- 
ety, "devoted to justice and in oppo- 
sition to oppression." 



urge the exclusion of this evidence as 
grounds for a new trial. And this 
whether the fact appears by a case or bill 
of exceptions. 

A witness, who w is a p.arty to the suit, 
was .asked, "Did you know the instru- 
tnent was a mortgage when you signed 
it?" Jlelil, that th.! tpiestion' was prop- 
erly excluded by th«! Court 

A party who a.sked the (.^ourtto charge 
certain proposition.- which are relumed, 
must e.xcejit to the ruling in order to 
avail himself of the same as ground for 
new trial. 

Nor can he u-gc as ground of error the 
eliarge actually giv.n, or portions there- 
of, uidess he has ex epted to the same on 
trial. 



— The world will probably be girdled 
by the electric telegraph during the pre- 
sent year. Coinmnnioation h.a8 already 
taken place between London and Turnen, 
In Siberia, a dlstaice of four thousand 
and thirty-nine mile<. The wires will be 
e.xtendetl to the Pat Ific in January, and 
telegraphic comniui ication between Lon- 
don and New York, by way of Siberia 
and California, will be one of the marvels 
of 18G3. 



— Tiie L'Uh'rl givt'.s .T cnr'ou.* .".rcoiir.t 
i>f a woman with liiree hinds which was 
et.mmunieatt d to tin Ilo\al .Medical Cliir- 
iirgieal ."stieiety l)y .I.ir.hn .Miirr.iy , Ksij.. 
of Hrighton. ihe patienl. aged tl.irfy- 
eiLjht, wa< a well-d-vehiped, healthv, ac- 
tive, and iiitelli;.'ert womnn. She was 
married, antlhas hail otie riiild. in all res- 
pects normal. None of her relations liad 
been or is the subject of mailortnatioii. 
The np[it r hit « .xtri niiy is tlie only ab- 
normal part. The limb v.-a.s rnuseular. 
the should, r natural, and th" external 
ctindyloid ridge ol the humerus was prom- 
inent. Flexion of tli;> el'.n.w w.is iiup. r- 
?eet. Tiie supernumerary ban. I was 
somewhat smaller tliau that wl.ieh it so 
stratigely accompanieil. The thumbs 
were rudimentary. In working as a elnr- 
woman, the patient leatis on tlie ba.-k ol 
the tlixcd carpus. The donide iiand 
could yrasp llrmly. though the maximum 
ot'ower was not e jnal to that ol the wo- 
man's ri^ht hand, ."seti-ation wasetiuallv 
aetile in the tiiree han<ts. 

— The .SpringlieM, (III..) Joiivnnt \\:\< 
been handed a letter from a prominent 
eiti/en of that .Slate, iiow an ollieer in 
(Jen. (Irant's Departmrnt. dated M- iii- 
phis, Tenn., .I.m. ;'.'», l^t'..'.. In it is the 
Ibllowing : 

"Cien. John A. Logan says he would 
like to take his division up to Illinois and 
annihilate t'.ie traitors tliere. The ainiv 
generally would like to .eemi those traitor- 
ous .scoundrels in our State and Indiana 
to that jdace where .a drop of cold water 
would be more agreeaMe to tliem than 
the sign of tlie Colden Circle." 

— One of the bntterily liead-dresses 
has just arrived in New York, with a Kt- 
dy. fresh from Tnilenes. ami creates 
ipiite a sensation among the ladies. The 
brilliant insects are noised amoti" 
llowers, and siiake with every movement 
of the wearers head. 

— The resignation of Ilrig. Gen. ^Vm. 
I». Campbell, formerly (iovernor of Ten- 
nessee, and during the Mexiean war Col. 
of the Firit Tennessee Volimteers, has 
been accepted. (Jen. C. has persistently 
urged tlie acceptance of his resignation 
since the publication of thi- euiancipatltin 
proclaiuatioii. 

— l>y a sppchal order from the W.ar De- 
partment, Francis Lieber. LT<. D.. M.ajor 
(ienerals Illteheoek, Cadwallader. II;;rt- 
sull", and I>rig.adler (Jcneral Martimlale. 
are io constitute a board to prepare 
amendments or cliangos in tho rules and 
articles of war, and a co»leof regnhatlons 
for the government of armies In the fudd, 
as authorized by the laws and usages ol 
war. 

— The Cleveland Plttiimcaler s.ays : 
"The following coinmnnlcatio'i Iianded 
us we publish tor the bentlJt of all whom 
it may concern : 

" .4 Poor .!/>/)»'* TJir>Hf}ht.r~rToir the t.'iiinn f< 
tn ?," Siiri'i/. — Kii-t — Let slav.'ry nlnne. Seco"«l 
— T.'il th.' .'■^oiith.-rn Mat."* to c.'.ine ha<k i'lto the 
liiioii. an«t if thi-v dioi't w-'ll knock heil lijrlit 
out of them. FJea^e insert.' 

" Whoever it may be that invented 
this strong doctrine is worthy of a ^I.ijor 
General's commission." 

— At the New York Court of (u-neral 
.Sessions, a few d.ays.igo, Milton J. Cook 
was sent to the State prison Air live rears. 
He had been convicted of attempting to 
commit a rape upon a negro girl ei'dit 
years of age. at a tenement house in 
Wooster strct, l.^st December. He was 
eng.aged in distributing Dible.H as agent 
for the New York Bible Society. 

♦ » ♦ » ♦ 

A. T. KtfHurr. 
" Burleigh," the New York corresj ion- 
dent of the Boston Juurnul, writes to that 
p.apcr that : 

Mr. A. T. Stewart, ol this city, ha- re- 
fused to sell cotton goods .at .anv price, 
anil that he has been eng.nged in biivin'» 
up all the goods he could le.ireha.'je ; that 
empty stores have been tr.ken, ware- 
houses rented and lilled to the rafters with 
goods, and this done that he has closed 
sales and waits for coming event"'. It is 
well known that Mr. .Stewart's connection 
with the government is such that he has 
early information of changes to take place, 
of movements to be made, and the signs 
of the times are within his vision. He 
has thf" monoi>oly of one kind of goods 
for which the sale has been great, and the 
past year has been to him probably the 
most successful year he h.as ever known. 
Over fifteen million dollars' worth of "-oods 
he has sohl within the year 1»G«7 and 
when he holds up and refuses to sell a 
class of goods, men begin to open then- 
eyes. If we have a battle and do not 
win, cotton goods will run up like gold. 



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t Mie copy, one year 

riir.'e c.i|iiea. ouu year 

1 ivr ci'p.e». toie year 

I'.-.l copj.-', inie y..,ir 

.\ii\ lar;;t!r number ^l.."»o .'ach. 
I'UICMIL'MS. 

.Vv.y p..r«on s.'n.tin^ ii« :?I."i f.ir twenty . ^enii- 
We- klv <.ub.<i'rilM'r- will lie entitled roan exlr.i 
.•.>;iv .if ill., sen i-Wif-ly one year; or 9'.:-'..>0 lor 
i.".i i-ooi •.*, will b.> entltlt»<l to oue c»»py of our 
^V^•ekiy one yi'ar. 

Am p.'i'*on >endin;r'is .■*;."> ami the naniei of 
t.'ii -..b-ciiljeis to our Wee' ly will bi- entilb'd to 
all •••» ra copy of tin' Wckly one year for his tccr- 
\ itv-^ ; fi>r t» ciity names uinl ifM* "he will Im- enii- 
tl.'d 10 I.M'. cpy ol our >.'iiii-Wcekly or two 
coi)!i'< of tnir We.'kly one year 

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C O jM 13 S 

lla.s romored his BOOKKTORK to the 

P.VRTICUL.*.R ATTKXTIOV PAin TO ORnr.R.S. j J^QSX OL^FIOE BLOC'Iv 
«9*<^a8h paid for Hideo and V'w^.JMr 1 

lanlK-dlv • Tliircl-Sl., St. Paul, 

.Vnd is now In receipt of a choice lot of the latest 

Works, Magazine?, tic, and a splendid lot of 

Statlonerr. jan'.J3 



To city subscribers, by the year, payable 
quarterly in advance f <;o 

To city Hibwjribers, payaJjIe wei-kly '-O 

By mail, payable for any time inadmc-?, 
at the rate per year of . S »>y 

To News Agents -'V cents per copy. 

M'eekly e.xcliange neu^jwpers ;l.^, llic tlif- 
crence between Daily and A^■e(•kIy 1 1 in money. 

TUI-WEEKLV I'Rl'.i.-^. 

On«» copy, by mail payable for any time (in 
advance) at the rat*- per year of 

Clubs of live, to oneRildress,e»eh.... 

Clubs of ten, to one addre.ss, each 

WEEKLY rUE.sS. 

One copy one year 

Five or more cojiie-i each, one \ t^ar.. . . 

Ten or more cojiies ea».h, opp year .... 
wenty or more copie* each, •»ne year 
its'" All subscriptions pnyaMe in advance. 

ItaleK or >\.clvertiHinfr. 

Ten linff to a S<itMre, (the xpace eiKlosed in t'lf 
follmcing Udde.) 



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r^ L AIMS F O 1: 

TliP unilersigned is prejiared to j.rosccute all 
claims against the Sioux Indians beftiro the pro 
per Department of the United .^tates Goveruniont 
ariiiiig out of recent dciiru«^ation:». All parties 
Interested can h.; auMirud that the unde'-flgned 
po.^sesses fdcllitie!! to obfnln a spit'.'y ^rttlemrnt 
and payment of any claim which may be placed in 
hi* hands. C. D. GILFILLAN, 

novi.'-dStw:'.m Catholic Block, St. I'au!. 

A LARGE DWELLING, 

Near the residence of Gov. Hnrn'oy, on the 
banks of the .Mi.^iiisslppl, in a locHtiiy at oncr-ceu 
traland retiretl. 

Ki:N1tY McKENTY. 

l»pf lor in Keol Estate. 



rr'^O LET WITH BOABD. 

Two or three very plea.sant rooms in a delight- 
ful location coiiibining both city and country, 
v.itJi plenty of stablt! room. Adilres? 
j!ini;i-lf A. It., at this oflRce. 

>^ O T 1 C E . 

T!>e n»idersig!ied linve remtived to MeS'sfS. 
Nicols ."i Dean's Iron htoreou Third street. I'ar- 
lii-.- Irn in^ ttoti'.s oraccounts payable at our office 
!!r • n'tpiestetl to call and cettle the same immedi- 
i.i.lv. S. v. & r. F. JloDtiE.'^. 

November??, IftO*. nov'20-4m 



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Su!>scrIption' mayc'iinmeni'ent anytime. Pnji 
•i.'rciii^^ ill tii!ri!-rr. Wlieli a clnb ot' !inl><criber> 
tiii'< b.'.-ti I'l.rwHr.led adibtioiis may b.- ncide to It 
.>n the .sani.. teriii''. Il \* not neci'ssury that tin- 
ui.'iiiI'Ts id" a club alioidd receive their japers at 
til-' snm.' piKtoU't-e. CI.EKiJ V.ME.N are supplieil 
b. mail at th.' Ii»!l .wiii^; mii's • iMilv, ijs per an- 
il 1:11: >.Mi W.-.-klv. !i-.-.fi»<: W.'ekly. i?l..V>. Mon- 
ty ni:ty !..' f.irwanli'.l by mail nt i>ur risk. 
s'l'Ei I.^IK.^• <'OiIK:'< >F TIIE EVEMXti ro.<T 
ui'.l W sent t'rci' to all \v!io desire It. 



• mice id' tie* Evi-iiinR I'ot, 
41 \!\'««:r.i -ti-eet.cor. i.ibfrtv. New York. 
.LiHuary 1, 1.>m. ' feb'U-'Jl 

\^i:W FLOUR AND GRAIN STORE. 

1 iio siit>,<crib.T having taken the stt»re rec<.'ntl> 

occupietl by O. !•. Turrell, 

COLTi:i:S NEW I5L0CK, JACKSO.N-ST., 

Will keep constantly on hand all the 

Clioioo I3r>micl«<i oi" Flotir 

r.r'Wght to tills market, which will be sold at the 
LOWEST CASH PRICE. 

Also. CORN, OATS, RYE AND BUCKWHEAT 
FLOUR, UUAN, SHOKT.S, 4c. 

We have now In store, Cataract Flour, Extra 
an.1 D.uible Extra, North Star, City Mills, Urain- 
anl's M:i!s. 

JC^ Goods delivered free of charge. 

3L,. yv. OREE3V. 



3nn:!!-ly 
tSk N LK YS PATENT COFFEE-POT 

.1. DI'NLEY bi^gs lo inform liisfriend.«, patrons 
and till- public (rener^lly, tint he is now prepared 
to .-upi'ly i>riiers for lii.s 

rs«»>v I?Jit«»nt Con'ec-I»ot, 

Vt'iili Cylinder and .^trainer combined. 

It \\\\* already met with the approval of number* 
of the cit.i/en-i of .St. Puul and the State of Min- 
iie-oia. ami f;>ven very ^ireat .Hatisfacii3n to all 
who have te.<ted its ffood qnalilie.^. It.4 me hnn- 
i-'iii \* .-iinnle; it i> convi'iiient, and produce.s 
-troiig and I.einitifiilly transparent ColVee. 

A lai-;;t; a.^.^ortnient of .>toven and Tin Ware on 
hand. Utiger's ISIock, near th« Itridge, 

jtiu'.'Mm f hird-st., St. i'aul. 

TXTEHNAL RK VENUE STAMPS. 

ruSTOFKICr. S.MNT I'.M I., MiX.V., ) 

.lannary -.^Oth, 186.1. \ 
The nndersipneil is ]>repared to furni.tli U. S. 
INTEKN'AL ItEVENUE STAMl'.S at the fol- 

loiving rates, viz : ,, 

In ainoiuifs less than ji.">r>, nt par. 

In aniDMids of iS.Vi and up to iJIdO,? perct. disc't. 

Ill ainountsof $100 ami upward, L"j fier ct. disc't. 

The di-cinint will be paiil in stamp.s. 

( »r'*ers will be promptly tilled, and forwarded 
by mail or e.xpresn nt the t'.\|,enHe and n.^k of the 
i"ircha-<T. A recent aiiiemlmeiit to the Itevenne 
ijivv authorizes Mamps, (with the exception of 
thos.' enuinernt.'d in ."^cheilnh' I ' of the law, for 
.Mei;icin"s, rrepanttions. Perfumery, &c..) to be 
ii.icd indiscriinliiately. I'artie.- ortlerin^vvill only 
iii-ed to Rive the ainount and denomination of 
.sliinins ilr&irod. 

janJl-lm ClIAS. NICHOLS, V. M. 



To New York. New England and the 

Canadas. 

On and after SI'NO A V.Nov. i:\, 1H<->-», trftin« will 
b'ave t he ( ueat Central L iiiuu Depot, foul of Lake 
.street a.s fi.llows : 

0..10 u. m. — I'av Fxnres.s (Excopt Sun<Jay<) 
arrives m Iiefroit at .*>.o.", c. m., 
.««tispi.||siiiii Itridt-'e bt '1 'i't A. >l., 
Albany. •.•.:'.'p p. m.. New ^'ork, 
K.ao f. M.. ISoston, 1 1 ;:o V. V. 
tt.-A.> ]». ni. — Ml'IiI !'.\priss(Exc".pt."^aturd:iys) 
j.rrives at Detroit ;.r li.-i.'i .\. St., 
.*iii!«ponsioT« Urideu, •J.i'.o e. m., Al- 
bany, I', ".o .\. >'.. Ni'w York, II.;.') 
.\. M., Ilosfon, ;i.'3') i». M. 
Cincinnati tniin^, via M. «'. Kailroad. leave 
Chicago at ''..:'.o A. .m., M:o'1 Train; "'..i.j I-. M. Fast 
Kxpremi. Arrive in Chicjiso at iO.o'i a. M., Fa.st 
Express, anil lo.l."> v. m. Night .Mail Train. 

Theri.-t.'i I'. M.tniin l.'avinff t'lef^ifforunsthrongh 
lo Cincinnati without chai'KO id 'ars or bsggage. 
RUTTA.NS INTENT Vi'ATlLATOlUJ 
On Cars uf Day Exjiress Train.s. 
I'atmf ^Icejiiiiif ('ar.t on X.'ifJit Trains. 
llHinrH8rc <'heck«««I Xliroug-h. 
«V5-Thro>i«!i ticlcets for s.?Ie In nM Principal 
RailroaitOtiicesin the West, at theUotieralOllice, 
corner I.nke and Di-arborn str"el>. {undor the 
Treinont Honsej Chicago, and at the liejiot. 

It. N. KK'E, deiieral .*<iii>erintt'iident. 
I.W.S.MIT'II, Western l'a?'>'ent'er Apt-iit. janH 

CHANCERY SALE.— CIRCUIT 
COCUT OF THE IMTKI) .STATE.S FOR 
THE DI.^TKIt r OF .MINXE.-OTA, ss. 

Henry II. tiregg v-. Daniel A.Robertson and 
.Iiilia \'. I{ob.'r|son,.Itdin .Naf.ii-r. WilliRiii .Xajiii-r, 
lieorge Napier, .lames Napier, unil Charles 
ItruiUe. 

FOUECLO.>URE IN ( HANCERY. 

Decree at Octobor Term. l'<i>-.»,— S;i,-,'s'.i.('..j, with 
interest and costs : 
Pursuant to the decretal order of flie Circuit 
(>«irt of the United .States for the District afore- 
saiil.niad'. in this cans." at tlieOctt>ber Tenn, \. o. 
IsO'J.the undersigned. .Master in Chancery of saiij 
Court. V ill sell at public auction, to the' iiighest 
ca»h bidder, on 

SATUR1»AV, TIIE SEVENTH DAY OF 
MARCH, W.;!, 

at 11 oVIoek in theforem>on,ntthe frt>ntenlmnco 
to the place of holding said Court in llrown's 
Itlock. 1 bird .'Street in ilie K'AXy oi' .-^aint I'aul, in 
said Ldstrict of .Minnesota, tint fidlowiugdescrib- 
eti premises, to wit : 

AH and singular the mortgaged premises, with 
theappiirtenanc.s thereuntil b.donging, described 
as follows, to wit : Situate in the co-.iiity of Ram- 
sey, and State of Miiinesota. and lifing the nn- 
ilivitled one-half of lots number one (I), two {'l). 
and three (•'!), ia blofk twenty -one (Jl},iaRice 
and Irvine's Addition to Saini Taul. 

Also, the whole of lot iiiini!>er eh'ven (I'), In 
block tlilrty-three (:U), in t^aid Rice and Irvine's 
Addition to .Saint I'aul. 

Al.so, the whole of the following tle.scribed 
premises, situate in the county t>i |)akota, and 
.^tate of .Minnesota, to wit: being lots ftnir (1), 
Jive (.">), si.\ (Ii) and seven (7), in block one liun- 
dred ami eighty-one (l.>l). Also, lots ten (lo), 
elevtni (U), t\vefve(l'J). and thirli-en (.0), in block 
one hnndreil and m-venly-eigiit (I?**.) 

Also, lots three (:t), nine C'.>)and ton (10), in 
block one hunilrod and sixty-si.x (li'.i'.V Also, lot 
three (.'I), in block one hundred and si.xty-eight 
(lt'>S); all In Robertson's Atldition to We.s't Saint 
lliul, together with tho ait-urtenances thereunto 
belonging. 

Also, the following described propertv, situate 
in theconntt .d' K:uusey, and .State of .Minnesota, 
anil being blocks nninbered nineteen (I'.i) and 
twenty C'.^»), and lots one (1) and tweU e (TJ). in 
block twentv-eight (','s), in Robertson's and Van 
Ellen's Atlilitioii to Saint Raid, b<'lng part of the 
city of Saint I'aul, according to the recorded pkt 
thereof, together with thi' ajipurtenances there- 
unto b' longing. 

JAMES AV. TAYLOR, 

th jan'J-.'-fiw Master in Chancery. 

W. K. Gastok. riaintlir 's Solicitor. 



>{ea' EstJite Agent, Notary Tublic and Convey- 
encer, ('oMimissioieT of Deeds for the States ol 
NewYork, Pennsylvania, MassachufM-tts, Ohio, 
p.nd Vermont. Collections made — Taxes paid 
for nou r.'sidi.nts. lliiuse ronted. 

Ollice Third Street, Irvine's Block. 

Tieference, Hon. Ai.kx. Ramsicy. JyI'Mlly 

GlAfiE YUil SHAKOPEE, 

Belle Rlninn. Henderson, Le Suenr, St. Teter and 

^laiikato. will leave at !S o'clock A. m. 

dec'-Mf .1. C. BURBANK & CO 

f'y A R 1) . 

H.xsKixo Okftck of Tiiompsos Bros.. > 
ST. I'Al-l,, Dec. 1, I.sf);;. s 

We berr leave („ niinonnee to onr friends and 
lb.' ;.»l.lic K''nerallvtliatMr.CIIARLl> SCHEF- 
Fr.i:,of the late linn of Darling & .*<chefler, of 
Stillwiiter. Minne>ota, becomes associateil willi 
lis in tilt Banking Business from this ilate. Our 
I'rni name remains nnch.iiiged. Tho business at 
.Stilhvaier will be continued under the tirm name 
1)1 ."clieil'er & Thompson's. 

nov;:u-it TIIO.MPSON BR'^THERS. 

np O R SALE. 

?il O C C A S I IST S 



Men's Oil TaiilMoocasin.'*, 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

&c., &c., &c. 

janr-tf "WW. J. M:fti'ra * co. 

A TTENTION P>UILDERS ! ! 

I'ropfjsals will be received until the tenth day ol 
February next, for the erection of a Block of 
.<tores, to be of stone, in accoidance witli plans 
and specilicatious to be seen at our place of Dusi- 
ness. 

We invite the submission of bids, reserving the 
right to reject anv or all, at our option. 

jaii'i'.-td ■ COO LEY, CARVER ft CO. 



Or-e time .. 

1 nree times. . 

One week.. 

Two weeks 

tin*! month .. 

Two months .. 

f iiret months. 

.Sir months ... 

Twelve months ;.") (hi .. 

LEGAL ADVEItTISl'iii:N TS, 
Published oncea iceeJ:, either in Dnihi or }r>'U;i. 

First insertion 7j Cent.-^ per .--'luaie. 

Eachsubsequent insertion.:!; ',' * " " 

Legal Advi.'rtlsements imbiishei:! at the expegro 
of the Attorneys oidi-riiig, and uo. oc'!i-f.t>'e lor 
the legal procet^dings, IkiI colierli.td'i .'r ^'; 'I'lce, 
or on ikliveiy of aliiduvil. i'uMiAiiLis ».ot at>- 
-•ountablo for tin-accuracy of legiiladvirtis.'nients 
beyond the amount Cliaige.l foi their J.ui.'; alioii. 

Advertisements publisiied in both the Dadvaud 
U eekly will be ciiargeii the lull Daiiv nut wiili 
uiie half the Weekly rates added. 

Business Notices, publi.slnd in the Editorial 
columns, of ten lines or iinoer, >\ill brchargid, 
for each inseriion, one dollar; if over leu Uues, 
ten cents per line. 

Adwrtisemi-nts leaded and placed under the 

head of .SjM'cial Notices, if ten liii.s or ov . r, vt ill 

be charged tiie usual rates and om-half adiliiional ; 

it under that a niou nt, litty cent s lor each ju»i ) lit*u . 

Yearly a.lvertisers to j.ay .juaiti-rh. 

Adverti^eIlK•nls, for a 'less time than three 
months, to be paid in iidvancr. 

advertisinTTIn weekly. 

One .?qu.-ire, one insertion .* :.-» 

" t\v» insertions 1 tnj 

" lour " .: o-J 

for each subs^-quent insertion, andforeach 

adilitioua] square « 3r «; 

«B" Joseph D. Ca.vxky, at Minneapolis, and 
>Vktmouk«)'Bkiks, ^t St.Anthonv. will act us 
Agtmts in circulating tlie Dailv I'kkss in their 
r-rpective towns. 



©ife mul ^nmp. 

T A M P sand" oil ."~ 

A now and complete £tock of 

ILiai»2»s aiMl Fixture ««!> 

And the best brands of 

OIL, 

For sale at Pj:rCJ-:S TO SUIT THK TnTES. 
S. K. rUTNAM, 
8l<5 Comer of Third and Market streets. 



jyj A R V I JM » ii 

CROCKERY HOUSE 



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YALUABLE WATER POWER 



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T I C E 



E.KCELSIOR RRE«^ERY ON PIIALEX'8 
CREEK. 

.\11 persons interesletl will take notice that said 
Brewery i- now In full operation, and that all 
. iiiitiact-- lor Barley, Hops, or Mock of any kind, 
lor -aiil ISrowery, will Ikj pnrclMsedby the untler- 
sign.'il, or .Viidrew Nesscl, his (ieneritl Agent, no 
otiii-r jM-rson hnving authority to make such pur- 
cli.ises. Mr. A. F. Keller is authorized to srll 
• ir li.'llver I'.eer, Ale, *c., and to collect tor me all 
clnlm.t on .sales so made, hut is not otherwise au- 
Ihori/i-ti to contract for saitl estaltli.sliment. 

St. Paul, January 1st. isd:!. 

janl-lm LAWRENCE NESSKL. 



TTORN, LUND&GALUSIIA, 

ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT UW, 

(Successors to Horn ft Gnlnibk and Saabom k 
Lund) 
Saint rAii,, Minnevota, 
Practice In all the Courts of the State, and In the 
Courts of the United Statei, at Law, in Chancery 
and in Admiralfv. 
Collections carefully sad promptly attended to 



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EYNOLDS & McCARGAR, 



Wholesale Grocers 

A.VD 

OommiisMioii 3J[circliai&tM, 



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OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. 



•ni-if 



UPPER LEVEE. 



SATjrr Paul. 



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EWSON'S COMO SKATING 
PARK. 

TWO MILE.S ANT) A HALF FROM ST. PAUL 
K£- Par'.; kept Id good condition for Skating. 
Refreslim ents furnished when ordered. jan4 

T WANTED 



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A lot wjknted— vacant, or with business hou8« 
on it, on Third street— between Wabashaw and 
Jackson-sts. Address Itox 076, aUtlng lowent 
ca.sh price and location. janlS-tf 



Whereas. James Kiddell and Clara Kiildell, Ids 
wife, did, on the ll»ih day of Jauiiary, a. i>. iniil, 
e.xecuteand deliver to Eleanor Stephens, a certain 
indenture td' morlgage, iH-aring date on same day, 
for the pur|>ose ol securing the payment of tlie 
sum of i^'iU*', two years atter the "dale of said 
mortgage, or before, willi interest at the rate ol 
st'veii per cent, pernniiuin until jKiid, according 
to the conditions of a certain promissory note 
iK'arlng even date tlierewith, whereby the .said 
James Kiddell and Clara Kiddell, his wife, did 
grant and convey untothe said Eleanor .'•iti.phens 
and to her heirs and a.^signs lorever, with cove- 
nant of warrantv, the f.iiloning descrilx-d lots ol 
lantl, situate, lying and being in the county ol 
Ramsuy, and State of Minnesota, viz : 

I.,ots numlM-red three (:ll, four (4), five (.l), »i.x 
(r.), seven (7). eight (h), twenty-two ('.r.!), twenty- 
three {;iA) audtwenty-ronrC-M), in block numbert'd 
two {-i), in Edmund Rice's r irst Addition to Saint 
Paul, acconling to the recorded jilot thereol, 
which said mortgage was duly acknowledged, and 
on the -.Mtli tlay of April, iNil, at "l 'i o'clock, r. m. 
duly tiletl for record and recordetl in book " R" o; 
mortgages on )Miges olK and 6l<.i, in the office ol 
the Register of Deeds for t^aid county of Rum.scy. 

And, whereas, on the -JCth day of June, a. h. 
isii'j, saitl mortgage, together with .said note was 
duly assigned ami transferred by said Eleanor 
Stfphens and .Tobn C. Step'iens, her husband, to 
Mark Hendricks, bv tb'etl t)f assip;ninent bi-aring 
cato on that day, which said assignment was duly 
acknovvletlged, and tliilv reconletl on the 2)'>th dav 
of June, iNl-.», at 5 o'clock i'. .m. In book '- B " of 
assignnn.nts on pages 2M and 7, in tlie oflice ot 
the R'.glster aforesaid. 

And, whereas, default has been made in the 
condition of said noteaml mortgage, and then* is 
now due thereon, at the date of this notice, the 
eiim of # J71.4.I, and no suit or procctiings at law 
have been instituted to recover the said debt se- 
cured by said mortgage, or any \u.n thereof : 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that 
by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage 
contiiinetl, anil agreeably to the statute in such 
case made and provitletl, the abovt; described 
mortgaged prenii-es will be sold by the Slierill of 
Riimsev counfv, at public auction, to the highest 
bidder,' for cash, oullii! lUth day of March, a. i>. 
lM-».{. at 111 o'clock in the forenoon of that ilav, at 
the front door of the Court House, In the city of 
Saint I'aul, In said connt v, to satlsfv the aforeiiaid 
note and mortgage and interest andallle^aIco«ts 
charges and disbursements. 

Dated FebruBrr4fh, 1W«. 

MARK HENDRICICS, Assignee 
- I. V. D. Ukabu, Attorney for Assignee. 

tU feb5-Cw 



ANT> FLOURING MILL FOR SALE. 
Owing to the illness of one of the partners we 
have conclutled to i><rer for sale our Mill and Wa- 
fer I'o wer, situated ill the city of Hastings, on 
the Vermillion River Falls. It is the best jwwer 
in the .State. Our Brand of Flour stands high in 
Chicago and Boston. Capacity of Mill, 'JO barrels 

^ jaiVi^-L-m* T. O. ft C. G. HARRISON. 




3WT KECKIVED XST> 

SEUL.I1VO VEIiY LOW, 

1,000 LOOKINO GLASSKS AND MIRRORS. 



OUj— THE VEKYBKST. 

1,500 OALL^KS AT FKOM THIRTY TO FORTT 
CKSTS AGAL1.0S. 



KOW IS STOHK, A FULL BTOC.I OK 

CHINA, CROCKERY & GLASSW'ARE 

AT WHOLES.VLK AKI* RE-^AIL 

AT PRICES MUCH ERCUCE 



DE VOTED TO KI RE AND MARINE INSURANCE 
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS OF THB 

J^.TNA INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OP HARTFORD, COXSECnCUT, 

f -fy^eis,!:!!* 19, 



OF UARTFOIW, CONNECTICUI^ 

DKVOTKn TO FIRK IN.Sl'KANCK KXCLt'SIVELT 
ASSETS or THK 

rU(ENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF IIARIFOKD, CONNECTICUT, 

f V.S7,*»0 00. 



CITY FIRE, 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, 

CASH CAPITAL AXD ASSETS OP THE 

CITY FIKK INSUKANCK COMPANr 

OF HARTKORP, CONXKCTICUT, 



NORTHWESTERN AGENCY 

IMCit-titul I^ifo Xusuranoo 
Oompan^, 

OF WISCONSIN, 

ESTABLISHED IN S.MNT PAUL, 1S62, AT 

THE OFFICE OF 

O . G TJ R T I S 

GENERAL IN.SURANCE AGENT, 
»l-ly Corner of Third and Minnesota-st*. 

TEONARD & SUEIRE, 

Shop in old Baptist Church Rnildhig* on Fifth 
street, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter 
Work done to order. 



MSHEIRE, ARCIITTECT, 
• Office in the same building as Leonard ft 
.Shelrc'a Carpenter Shop, on Fifth street, near 
Jackson. Desifcns, Plans and Specifications for 
B'lildings of every doseription, prepared on short 
notice. feblM-ly 

J D E G R A W , 

BXJIIL.r>ICR, 

Shop west aide of Jackson, between Fifth and 
.Sixth streets, where everything retiuired In the 
building line will be prtmijitly attentled to. 

49* J obbing done at short notice and on reason- 
able terms. novT4-lT 



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B Y E R S , 



M.\NrPACTUREB ASD DBALEB IH 

COPPER, SHEET TROX AND TIN WARS 

OPPOSITE THB BIO CLOCK, 

JACKSON STBEST. St. Paui., IQaBMOta. 

BOTliHlftwly 



JUST RlICKIVEn, A LARGE STOCK OK 

Xable Sc PocUot Cutlery. 

The merchants who purchase in St. Pan will fiud 
these goods very desirable, and at 

VERY LO^W RATES. 



Jt'ST RKCEmfD, 

AFINEASSORTMENTOF 
Silver PlateU 

Asn 

BRITANNIA WTARE, 

HOCSEKEEriNG GOODS, LAMPS, ftc, &c. 

WHOLK F.SAL AND RETAIL. 

R. JiLVRVIX, TiiuiD Street. 



jell 



J^EAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 

A NEAT COTTAGE in the vicinitv of Chief 
Justice Emmet t 8 resitlenco. 

ONE LOT 40 by ].>0 feet, near the Capitol. 

TEN ACRES a short distance from St. Paul. 

A FIR.ST CLASS RESIDENCE within a few 
minutes walk of the International llt»tel. 
HENRY Mt KENTV, 

L>caler li Real Esf.ite. 
St. Paul, Feb. 4fh. lisi'i.'t. febd-lmd&w* 



DAVENPORT HAS .TUST RE- 
CEIVEDallnelotof NewBot>k.s. Amone 
them are — •» 

Wilkie^ Collins' celebrated New Work. No 
Name. Price, in paper, *l.-2,'5; doth, $l.5o. 

Mistress and Maid, by Miss .Muloch ; price 00c. 

Anna Floyd, by the author of Lady Audley's 
Secret, ftc, &c. ; price 25c. 

The War Powers of the Presitlent ; price COc. 

Somebody's Luggage, by Charles Dickens; 
price 25c. * 

Also a fine lot of 

MILITARY BOOKS. 

Constantly on hand. 
New York and Chicago Papers received daily 

Also, just received, all the 

FEBRUARY MAOAZII>3^KS. 

CALL AT DAVENPORTS. 

HE'S COT 'EM. jju,3i 



F 



ARM WANTED. 



In exchange for desirable Real Estate in Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, valued at $2,i<J0. Any oue having 

A. Farm in ]M[innefsota, 

more or less InnproYcd, which thcv would like t» 
exchange for such propertv, can liear of a tirst- 
rate chance by eutiuiring at the Preg* Oflice or 
I addressing same tbrougu the muU. Jan29-'tf 






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THE SAI^^T PAUL PRESS THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1863. 



Jiiudiratc. 



irtOIV anrl HTL^iilJeL. 



HEAVY HARDWARE 



O n T> E R 

xui::vAy xjjl bods, 

BUKDEXS HORSE SHOES, 

>*'ails and Si:>ikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES, 

C'l'TXKK SHOES 

Sloi*rli niicl CiTttei 

rs' rs' E I^ H , 

Cutter Stuii; 

OF 



TOny THORWARTII, 
Uoot iintl ^lioo 

]Sr AXr FACTLTR E ri\ 

TIURD STRKKT. lU T. KOOKUT 4 JACKSON, 
sr, r.vi ., MiiiBt>:iota, 

Ki'eps constantly on hand and makes to order 
HOOTS ANT) SHOKS, 

Which ar»» warranfM o do a* ftoixl sprTio.', and 
of ».■* good ^-cyle and workaian'«Liii) a* 11' madv to 

ord'T. 

STEEL SHANKS FOR SEWED BO«.>T.-=l, 

Th<» ar--t lntroJuc»»d i \ this cifv, %vi!l he put In 
wh>"n iird'-nMl. I'hi.-t make* 0\f Inwr irrungerand 
m'Tt.' durat>l>.', aud i^ li ;ht»'r auJ titn n>'atfr. 

UEPAIUlXii don«' .'U tl't» *Uort*«t uotic*", and 
in a good and neat stj i'. 

•umN 

»t.PanI. rwv. 7. !)*« . 



^IIT^IT.VXIY HOI15S5E EClUII*>IE^TJS^» 

SLEIGH HELLS ANH SKx\.TES, 

IIOKSE BLANKETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

^V Lnrge Lot just Opened by 



^feccUancou^. 



BREWERY. 



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TIIORWARTII. 



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HALL, KLAIBARK k CO., 

CHICAGO. 



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'pHtMlKi: FOLNl'UY A M» 
AGRICULTLUAL WoRK-J, 



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'^ imtT of Filth and Pik*^ *tr*n:«. 

...•-^^;;*•,^1.'Pt f§ r.""»ivin full operation, an 
■•■ turni-iU a!l kin-t* i>I 
i.. 'X AND KRAS-* 

CA?«nNtjr!», HJK«U\»f, kc, 

1" ■•: FJ»»f«>ni rat***, Tiz, H'-hvv Mill fa.*t 

liuiH, s-inh Wfiittu.-", <>r:«t>' bar.-*, ^leiJ{ll 

V .. tiiTfj" mMii* [»T iH>uiid. Bra.** ca:4t- 

■ .'.- ,. to 'y CiiiTi p<'r pound. 

IV. I'articLiIar att<'utit>n 

■■' ' r.oil'-.'" vkorSi. Ihrtfiti 

;.'!v att-udM to. 

-1 :.; -, riir.'»hiii;jin.TliJnt"*. 

■lid luiiiii- . : r - ..- or t-xcuaiiije 



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13. I3iZ^i:>ETV, 

[Rnx. XAILS, STEEL, 



\i:::i v.i: ir.LMMivr,'?, 

I hi n. Ili'r-i»» XaiUand 
^.;-in-. .Ill 1 H<)Xf ■», 
Ax.-,-'. i\etiie», shelf and 



1 M r T S I ) I ' I ^ (^ C O A L 

A L.v::..!. >roCK of plows. 



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'n'rwofn Minn-'» it 
■t. I'aiil. u'.'-tt 



l\"N > >r()VK lt)LISH ANJJ 



- . • - till and Uae Wan* 
-iov.^ riji'' rive ivnt.' 

^•■r «:on-i. Aii«>. all kimU ijf s«^ 

'^ rchan<lii<-. old Iron. Ka^<. L***!. 

. .;i. «Stx'. M<)Vf:< wanted. < .mii I'ajd on 

iw-<>an4 onf-haLl Cfur* j.aid In ij-KKi* 

•■--... !:..i.--.at 

VVir>TS. on KoVrt-<t., 
■ • ^I'itif lluildinjr. H'-xt t'> :'..l-'<t. 
-which -to i^T |»>uud will bt' 



iilioccUaucousi. 



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'>! tir.i rp->om.<. and a i^ood «*!■ 
t.Tin- to a good teaaut. 

I>>.\ CENIUAL. 

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i;* r. PAUL L HAIR FACTORY 
II. OALEKY. 

Manofactoivr of 

Cane and AVood Seat 
G TI J^ 1 Tt ^ Z 

TIIE TraDE SUPPLIED. 

WAB.A. ^HAW STREET, BET. 5TII & GTH, ST. PACT. 

novS 



r^ W. WOOL LET. 

LOWER LEVKE. SAINT PAUL. 
FOR W .rVIiDINO 

Oonxmi^sMion >Iorelmiit, 

DE.VLEIi IV GROCKHIKS 

liRAJN, rKUVIiilOXS. LIME, 4«'., *C., fcC 

ANt» 

AOENT FOR THE 

pk>'^'sylv.\nl; railro.U) xsd 

CONN eCTIONS. 

Contractji f^r tran*rn<rTation botw»^n St. Paul 
Ro-ton. X'.'W Enjflau.l. Moiitrf-ai. .N-"* ^ ork and 
lU points l-:a'<t, uuidt! u;»>u ihe lowfsc aud mo-'t 
fav.ir.iMi:' tHrtH". 
Mark lackat^S "C W. WOOLT.EY, 

St. P»>i., 
Janl-d'.y VoT 



.NKJFFir.S castlk, 

January II, 1&4U. — ly. 



PRO AL, 

- . COR. fourth and jacksox-sts 



COOLEY, OAJRVER, & CO., 

(''Bcwssors to CooLKT. Tower k Co.,} 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

CoTnniission >Ierchaiit«, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQVOEt 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, &c., Jkc, 

JACKh'O.V STREET. BETWEEN LEVEE AND TUIBD, SAi:iT PAUL, MINN. 

Xos'TOS* -------- OA.SII. 



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In the Der'^rtmcnt of 

Our Stock will b<« found lauok and completk at all time*, and at price* to »uit the views o 

cli)«''«t hnyfr<«. D"i'''mh<->r 1 , IC'VI 



111-' co-pai-inv""*'!!:). iiT'^toforc oxi^tin? Tiiidi^r I 
t'i>* nanit; of liiiiwi'll t WaMby, of ihi< ciiy. i.- 
.i.Ti'by di-.-.ol\.'ii,tii''Ui dorsi/nfil haviii;rdi'»iio--d 
of t'u'ir iiitiTf r>t in said Smsiuf «... to M>-'-r.'*. Tlioinp 
-.ill llrother*. of tlii-t fity. t<> whom wu r>'i'iiu 
iii.ud a coutiiiu miv of tin? uitronajjf of uiiroti^ 
loiiitT*. Eilli'Tm-'nit'Toftho h\t>' lirni Hauthor. 
iz ••! to r.si'' th" fir-n nini-' in tUf ji'ttl>'m.'iit ol 
t I'-ir co-partrnTibip bi .-iue.'*.-. 

»V e luif tlii* oct"a-iou to i-spros* our manv 
••'lankito *tir fr:cnd» a id cu-Jtumvrs fortli'-ir iou;r 
i-oniii\u>'d i-oiitid»?nr.' tint', jvitroiiaije. 

• tur o fiv-.' h>>r»'aft>'i will b»' at tin* Rankin); 
i!ou.<H uf IJiotup.'iou UfolUiTH in titis oi:v. 

K. I. W »LL>ltV. 
a. E. lill'^V El.L. 

<t. V.\'i\. V ■*>. '-'. I»'v'. f<b l-- t. 




^ U T L L \l S K M P O R I U M 
Ooolo^v', On i*A-ei* &: Oo. 

JACK:?.).N >l!:i:Kr. IM'.fWKr.N LEVEK 
A-\l» imUl.*, >l. I'AL L, 
iravinjr::!; ly nrvi.- IiS.'mlada;t'»n»to their larpe 
and well a-sortfd •■'.nek «if 

FtxtK-y Civoc*oviosi«, rrtii ts, 

Invirp tln> . :irly a'ti-ntion i>f Su'tl'T-i anil "fhor* 
««• 'kinjr Arny Supjili"*, to thoir si'I'-i-tioii > f < i'wxl", 
w'ljflv thfv otft-r at clo->« tiguros for Ca»li or Oo*- 
•■niiJi'-iil VouchiT- : 

C.ntine*! l-"'rnitH. 



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ri.A< HE^ 

K v>r«K!:KiKs... 
i'.i.\rivi;i;i:uiE.>. 

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..'■I't dozen, fr^iih and f!a". 
.-.-Ill) do do do 

.•IX) do d>» do 

.J""i do do do 

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N J C II O L 

General Insuranco Agent. 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

MAIUNE IXSUR.\:;CE. 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

POLICIES 

r<<u«>d on favorable ti nn.*, in the moat ri»Uab!« j 

' orapani"'. 

"FFICK AT GEO. TITTLE-: BOOT? STORK, 
j.*£lMjT Ttil rd itreet, .St . Paul. .M>n. 

DR. GALEN'S PiaVATtnTl^MCN- 
S^vUY, 

.Vml3Iocli«*j»l!iHclJSui*y:it»nl 
Oilloo. 

ESTARMSIIKD IN •;. T. 
1 .\l L. .luue. I'M"..', for the 
' ire of th<* following .-^nn- 
! lint* : (iikonk ami Pi:i- 
V MK I»l*K\sKS. int-ludiug 
t u: VEXEiCEAL. I>I>E.A>- 
I * in all l'> u>rin«, >:riciiirc. 
1 iie'', Fi-fiiia, Rupture, l>\*. 
e i»e< ol tliw Kidney?!, Illad- 
il r. &i'. To VulNii .Mk>. 
pirtiruiar atteurion jti^eii 
t'tlie »eor»-t iufiruutie^ of 
> >uih and manhood ari^iiu^ 
t om cerfaiu •Jtcrt»t habit.s. 
MiMT.K A';i.i> and ev.n 
*j.r> >t:.\, who leel a l..-biltiy in adtancK- of their 
v ear* restored to vijror. 

I'l riiKLxi'lK-i — 1 'nuale I>i<ea<e< cured, •ni'h 
\* Leueorrh'-i, Mentrual l>i«ea...e.i, Kaliiiifr of 
the Woinh, r!>'»'nilioi> Ol 'hv O* I'teri, *«•. For 
-ale,I»r.I>evve.. s KkM !.i: Pll.t.-if-ir obitruc'ion*. 
irrejfiiiarifi'-*. Ste. .■^ai-an-l certain at ail tinif-i, 
hut should not hf n*eti daring prHjruancy, a* th.-y j 
Would prodiii',' .\fi'.;i; rUuif, Prio- ^1 'p>T box. [ 
aud luay bt^ soul by 'naiL ANo. I>rt. d m.kxN 
I'uKVKNtlvi , t.'T th ■••e wi^hini; to limit their 
otf'pring. will la»t a ile time, ami warranteil to | 
not injure the health, i'rioe $,', and may b-j sent ' 
hv nuil. I 

■ PATIENT-* AT A PIST VNCE— Troat,.-! hy I 
corr»»»p<jndi'n'v, anil \I>-didui'5t *»>Dt under ««fal [ 

\. H. — For partJcii itr* eotiCf>mij the al><>rf> 
ma'ter-", «'nd f--ro(ir .MKi>t< w. KKi'onron 
Method of f re-.i»iii.'ii*, eontainiiijT '"l pijfe*. ..., . ..- 
ira»injr», aii'l uuiifroM i^.»ei. «i«.-nt under »«?aJ, ou 

raceipt of ten (•• iit< oi *r;imi... 

In addition ; . u rej; .Ur JlH.lical Ehieati.in, the 
Poctor ha.* Ind lo 



WllUlil l.EBKKKIES .«») do d* 

Foreign* Frv»it.-4. 

UAI^JIN^. I.ay.'r 5t M. R.'— whole* halrc«&qr4. 
CL'URAN i ■ — !'. e^ii :m.l f,<uH\. 

I'KL X K.-< — ke,»* tind jnr^. 

PLLil>— French. 

1>ATES. 

inn|9no— '''nhrariii? lary- variety, and inciuding 
«ODie choice aud popular L^raiidx. 

•XM Packal^'<, Inrl'id'.n? n'^inrtpd <mde4— V!ni», 
Fin*' CutCl»ewin:{, -'mokinjr. Hilly Bowlegs, 
Meer:«ctuum, kiuuikiuick, ttc, &C. 

0;f!Bl«»r«« n\\<l &r»rtliti***». 
A fill line favorite hrind* : «Ko, L< 'll^TEUS, 
SALJION. HAI.IBUr. HKRRINli, *c, 4c. 

Brarnliojs. T\*in«»«, Uonrl>on 

.\ larr' ''Triety, im-Iuilinjj .*o!ne fine t )'i1 Rran- 

i'ie< HOd VVlli*kV". .,hotfle,l , wnioll We (-.in cunti- 
deutiy recomnieud a* very suiwrior. Al.-o, 

Gin'.'^r Wine, lilacklv>rry Hrandy, 

liitiirer Itnndr, Apoti* Itrandy, 

PeacD ISraudy, Cherry iirauU^ . 

Con.ri»ftionorv. 

Fig I^.st \ anoorted Candies, Gum Propi, I.01 

«'ng.*8, Li'iaorici', >pruce Gum, ic, ic. 

?Ctitf<. 
A full line, including every Tariety. 
OCtob T 14. I"*..;. 



G 



R A N T &. F R E E il A N 



Arri»RNEY'< & rtHNSELI.ORS AT LAW, 

Otflce in .Mr< lung's ,I*h«r>nix^ Block, corner ol 

lUird uud Waba^UaW'St.*.. 
ST. PAl! MIXNE.>iOTA, 

Will pract ii-e in all tin- State and F<*denU Court*. 

5Ioin-y loani-it on jjooil >ecurity. 

41^ .'>}<)'r;al attention jaid to colleotinjr. 
W. 11. li.iAX r. dec;J-4nios .1. it. kkkeman. 



K. 



S P E N C E R 

23 



• MINNESOTA 



^y A X T E D . 

3 Cabinet M.ikr.; 2 Chair Maker*; 1 G.Kxi 
Chair Painter, at the 

I-I:i«tvru;M Slt^atn S.'xwh and Fur- 
niture F'af't«->r3r. 
AL-«o, for .«ale, a 

I'OtiTARLE t<TEA.M ENGLNF. 4 BOILER, 

<'vllnder ■* Inoh buf, and It Inch »trok»». 

•5-rf IIFK/«m; h 1'<>K.M>N. HaHtinir*. 



^aw I f ^ N . UK M A N ic C O 

*, ;W)eii. '■ V^ • 
»eal, ou I 

i.in. the I 
lany jeiirs' exp<Tiencv in the | 
bov ' di^eine.. and l>v tU'votinif 



illXXEiOT.V. 



A 



Ml 



EXTRA SUG.\R CURED 



CARRIA'iE MANUFACTURrRS, 

CORSKB *>T rilTH ANIi KonV.RT STKKKTX, ST 
PACL, MlX!«K!««ira. 

rt'atui.'ii« 01 tif aUiV ' di^eine.. and l>v tlevotinif 

liiras.-if exilu'ively t.» thi-t department of pnu-- Wean- preparf'd to mannfartnrrt to order all 
tice, and iiriiwiriu;; hi own Jleiliciiie^, ho is ena- 1 kinds of Br<;i.us, t ittiiks, i.» mbi.k \va<.«>.\s, 
oled ti» cure all ea,H* \ ithiu the reach of medical I ^•X'•^'^•■*■* am> <iR<'<>"l:T %vA«i<>Ns. « o.ikokii 
•id. without ri-k or exposure, in the «horte»t | ha<K!« and sta<-.k aLKH.H'S, of the W*i <|uaiity, 
possible tiui-. ."•^t>ar;ile apartments alwavs in i 'nd late-,1 pattern, aud of E.Ktern stock, which 
re>er.e So th :itp.iti-n! H *e.> iioouebut the diK'tor, enables us to warrant thepi m evry particular, 
aud all inf'T»iew> cou;idential. 

JarUffioe in t oneei t Il.ill, Third "treet. 

Oi-KH K lliM 1;^ .liii y from 'J \. M. to i p. M. 
Sunitays from 'i to •• 1 . M. 

Addre*- wW commiii icntlon-' to DIl. G-\L*"N'S 
SAINTPALL. MI.NNE.'iorA. jan4 



Denti.st, 
MINNEAPOLIS, . 

A« far as I know, mv terms for practice will be 
the u^ual fees of Dentists of fli's Mate. 

I in-ert ARlIFIilAL I'lVol fKJ-. HI. which 
are liealtliier, cheaper, more beautiful and durable 
than teeth >et on plate. 

PivoTTKKTH iM> s<»r Prkvknt THK Tasting 
UK Fi>oi>^l'i,ATi-; Tkkih im>. 

I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 

(ejeiTuiitl; , as l.> la.-t th.- lite of the jMilieut. 

4bir Go'usultation* without charge. 
m^i-rtm 

U'Tl 1 E N D S AND PATRON S : 

t^lr Stock i< now complete, embracing ALL 
MAT I-> XEVV IN 

^Xillinerv Drv Groodsj 

and LAI>IESFti:\I<niNGand FANTT AR 
riCLi-..^. Our Freiu'li Hats are .^aite pretty ; in 
Felt, ISeav^rand Plush, we have the latest design* 
We iiave .\Iiliin-ry artioies by the <juancit>,t( 
*uit tlie trade, in Shawls. ( 'loaks and Cloakinjt 
we Uave a large ruppty — we have twenty diH'erenl 
juttTiis: oui' i- tiie ilccleiluii— the pattern cost 
*.") in I'aris. .VUo, tne tiotuia and K-tC'd^iwr 
(.ioaks. so mnvn admire,! in hijrh cirrles. East. 
Our stock is Urjre in NuNias, llooii<i. .^onta/s 
trench oj^^rm llixxls, /epbyr Worst' d Wool 
Varus, llosierr. Glove*. En'ibroideries, Whir 
tiouiis, iVc, ic. Uress tjoods, Kalnioral auti lloo' 
>kirt«, t»y tne .juiinrity. Fivu tto/en Winte 
."siiawls, tiiat must be sold, with almost every art' 
(-i<> wanted iu til'' hou>ekeHpin>; li'i-. We ji.;ici 
an early call. Itespi-t-tlullv yi>ur.-, 

MRS. J. .1. ULGAN, 
Below Day & .Tenk** Pnia .■»i'>re, Ttiird Street 
where the wax Ud> i* in l*ij wiinlow. <>i>-tf 

M. N. k~ELLOGG^, 

wnor.ESALE Asn retail pealer is 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LE.MOXS & COXFECTIONERY. 

rhildren'* f'-VR* — "rerr rarietv: Egg, Lemon, 
Ginger, rti-r... .1 , i • -vda TRACKER-s.; Travel- 
in«r. Scliool »nd Work BASKETS; MAPLE SU- 
GAR; Fresh CAN LUES from N«w York— also 

THE BEST CIG.\RM IX THK < ITY. 

M.N. KKI.T.4>an, 



/-CHICAGO 

LILL & DIVERSY, 

BP.EWEKSOK 

I^ILL'S STOCK, 

A>n 

CJRE.A31 PJLJL.E AJLE, 

LAGRR BEER, 

roRTEn ASD nRoirx stout. 

Sold by half barrel and delivered free of char^. 
WM. CONST ANS, 
my24.dly Aokmt,^^ Paol. 

•p L O R E N C E SEWING 
MACHIN^E AGEXCY, 

One door East of Davenport's Bookstore, on 
Third Street. 
The "FLORENCE" SEWING MACHINES 

foake K^l-K niKKKitK.VT stitches OU ono and the 
same imichine. Thus the Um.k, i><>tKLE-LO<K, 
K.VoT .VNf» iJOi'BLE-KXoT. all of which make the 
seam alike on both .sides of the fabric. Either or 
all can be produced while thi* Machine is in mo- 
tion. 

They have the p.evkksibi.k feed motioV, 
whicli enables the operator to iiave the work car- 
ry either way, or to change the dirvction, and 
fasten the end of seams, welch, t<)gether with 
making a long and a short stitch, i* Jouo simply 
by turning a thumb screw. 

Their motions are all positive. There are no 
springs to g>'t out of order. They are fo ^imple 
tliat the mo.st inexperienced can work them p<'r- 
lectly and with ease. They are NoisELEsa, aud 
can be used where 'jniet is necessarv. 

They are the tA.-sTEST SEWERS in the 
W»,)RLl>, Uiaking Iiv» stitches to each revolution. 
They oil no dressi>s. Their stitch is the wonder 
of all, iH-cause of its combined KL.VSTH ITV, 
sii-.K.Nc.TM and r.KAi 1 V. 

Prices No. 1. #4;.oo, .No. ?, t.ir.OO, No.S, ffir.OO, 
.No. 4. *r-.'w. No. a, ?7r,o<J, No. 6, i^rJ.Ui, No. 7 
Cabinet opener, i:X'.i»), No. 7 Cabinet cased, 
I'JO.OS Mahogany #y:.0<», Rosewood ?10o.0<). 
Henmiern and all neces-sary tool* included in the 
dtx>ve prices. 

On baud diffierent kinds of lower priced Ma- 
eltines. Gall and see the "Floreme Machines. " 

jyij-.ltf ti. W. BAtCtJGK. 



1862. SPTilJNG^" 1862. 

rivoErtJ«oTJL.'s 331-ocb: 

DRY GOODs^ FOR CASH. 



M 



iSS ELIZA W ASS 



TmuD Strhet, NE.\T Door to Greeslk.vit's 
Is now receiving 

Dii'ect Irom iS^ew York, 

A L.\RGE ASSORTMENT of the very 

RICHEST NSD LATEST STYLES 

OK 

MILLIXERY GOODS, 

To which she invites the attention of 

The L.'idies of St. r»aiil and other 
Towns in tUe State. 

St. Paul, Sept. -27111, IS.!,'. 82r-ly 



W 



M. ILLING WORTH, 



N 



O T I C E 



At ft meeting of the directors of tho I'hi'co'a 
Lund I onipany heM at their <>flic<'. St. Paul, .lan- 
uary Zi. I'^i.t, an BJtses..inetit of one dollar pi-r 
slia're, was Ii-vit^ on the Gupiial Stock of said 
1 oinpany to Ije fwni on or before tlie t°,ih day ot 
.Marrd next. 

jan.'.VJ-.w T. B. CAMPBELL, Seeretary. 



H" 



L I IJ A Y 



BOOKS 



Al^o all kinds uf repairing pron\ptly and faitiuul 
ly ex-'cuted ou the most rvia^onabie terms. 



«^ I ( ) U X U L P R E L> .\ r I O N S . 

I will attend p'oTnp'ly and faithf'il'y to the col- 
lection of claims arisiag out of th*' recent dcpre- 
ilatiou* of the .-'•lux Indian*. 



»5>«.tT 



<iEo. A. NOCRSK, 

Attornov i»t I. WW. ."St. iSinL 



II ^V 3X s 



For sale by 



S. K, PUTNAM. 



T;^ U R S . FURS. FURS. 
c. J". Kovrrz, 

>L!WNUFACTL".:EU of fine FUR3, OF 

Art. rvKS'RrTTIos^ axo kvkrt stitle, 
TniRP >r., Concert Hall Block, Sauit Paci. 
••pt?.^*.- 



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A G N E T I C 
Taolc Ilntntnors. 



If ■.-ou don't want to ma.s!i vour linger*, Imjv one 
for i'> ceiirs. at E'. ft II. Y. BELL'S. 

«'off'»e is high. Buy » pat»'nt t'oifee Stnuner; 
It clear-i the cuiTee, and save* one thinL Only 
., .-euts. E. *. II. Y. BELL. 

P.i:.-iit T.ifJ'^rs. Will lift evervthing hot off the 
*• . Jit burning your lingers. Only ii 

c. . E. &. H. Y. BELL. 

Agent* wantetl to canvass the State for the 
aho.e rirrii-les. A smart man can make big wages. 
F or particulars, address, enclosing stamp*, 

E. k II. Y. BELL, 
Sole Agent* for Minnesota. 
f*. Pint. .Tn!v 11th. l>Mi.'. Jvil-<lff. 



r^ I R B Y " S COMBINED 
Rcxipor and ^lo-wor. 

H. A. "ITT icos 

TIIRESIII>G MACIIIN'ES. 

ITe are now "oiieiti ng ortlers for theabore c«»I« 
brated macliin»*s. 

Persons in want ar • invited toexamine themat 
our stort* on Third s'reet, as we feul confident 
our terms and price , as well as the machines 
themselves. wi!l be f, unl «atisfactorv. 

A genera! assortn ent of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on hand. " 

je-r- N'irOL9 fc PKA.V . 

"jnvUNI).\S MILLS' ~ 

CELEBR.VTED XX FAMILY FLOLTl, 

For sale In bbts. or 'acks by 

R. k II. Y. Bell, tie ir the Winslow Eon** ; .«« 
K. Putnam, corner'lt I and Market Sts.; Ue«umont 
and Gordon, corner M and .larkson Sts.; J, B. 
Slichter, ojrner of 7t!t aud Jackson bts. 
Warranted thu be. t 

X.X FAMILY FLOUK 
offered in this mai ket. Orders from TTotel g 
Bakers and others hall ha^e prompt attention 
and immediate delivery. 
m»T\S .T. .S. ARCniBALP. 



TNDLVN WAR IMPLEMENTS. 

The nnJer»igne«l are AgentJ for 

BALLARD'S CELEP>RATED 
Breech Loading .*\.nny Carliinea, 

The mo«t perfect and most convenient breech 
li>ading gun in use. Ord-Ts received at our otBce 
where a sample may be S"en. 
s».tf J. C. BUEBASK ft CO. 



F 



U R N I T U R E 



joh:n" pkimrose 

Manufacturer and Dealer In 

CABINET AND CHAIR 

OF EYERY VARIETY. 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Photoj^i^aphic Albumr?. 
ANNUALS. 

.lUVEXILEBOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Dissected Pictures. 
rORTFOLIOS 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 
TOT BOOKS. 

Kverything in his line. 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EM. 

dp<-5) 



Watcli Mauixlactuircr. 

• A M> — 

TO W2^ CLOCK I3UII.r)ER .' 
SIGN OF TIIE TOWN CLOCK. 

JACKSON-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



Having had over THIRTY VF.ARS EXPERI- 
ENCE in the best Watch Factories la England 
and America, he feel* himself competent to do 
auything in hi* line 

.A. LITTLTC SUPERIOR. 

to any other establishment in the Northwest. 

*^N. B. — Persons wishing to perfect thorn 
s-lves in the busine.-s. will be received under In 
strnction on VERY MODERATE TERMS. 

Mf Fine work done and Clock aud Watch 
Wheels cut for the trade at low rates. roryy 

'^n O B A c c o, 

Oiernr-s, Pipoiai, Snufi*, &.c. 

F. W. TUCHELT, 

Thinl .«treot, n^xt door to Tomb's Book <=»ore 
Wholesale an<t Retail D-aier in Tobacco, Cigars 
\.r., isjust r<>ceiving his fall and winter stock 
and is prepar-d lo till orders to any extent, for 

FINE IMPURTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky .Smoking and 
(hewing Tob'jcco. Fine Cat Chewing, superior 
10 any in the city, 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
alargii a*4ortmeut. These pipes are all the go 
now. 

F. W. TUCHELT. 

S^ Panl. Not. 17. novlTdJy. 



r>. W, luisrersoll &, Co., 

BATE JUST BECKI>'ED A LABGK STOCK OP 

SPRIlSra DRY GOODS, 

COSSMTISO OP 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every variety of quality, wUl be sold at price« 

TO SUIT TUK TIMKS. 
Mottled Morello Ooths, from 10 to 25c per yard I 

PLAID FOIL DE CHKVRES, 
EMBROIDERED FOIL DE CHEVRE3, 

EVERT V.KRIETT Of CUAI.LEYS 

EMBRUIUEREI) A3JD GKKY GEI3.VILLE9 

BLUE, GREEX AND RUJK BERR.VGE LEXIEISA. 

RXOLtaH, FREXXH ASD .VMERICAS MOL'SLIXK DB 

LJaNR.S; PRINTED L.VWX8 Uf 

GREAT VARIETT. 

A SPLENDID STOCK OF GIXGHAMa 

ALSO 

BLACK ANT) RICH FANCY SILKS. 

MEN AND BOVS* SUMMER WEAR; 

BKOADCLOTII8, BL.\CK & F.VSCT C.iSSUIKBES, 
8ATTINET8, AND SITM.MEU CLOTHS. 
ALSO 

A VERT LARGE STOCK OF 

HOSIERY, GLO\^ ES, 

AUD 

EMBROIDERIES, 

PARA30U3, SUN tJMBRKLLAS, KTC, 

ALSO 

A LARGE STOCK OF 

DOMESTIC ANT) FOREIGN GOODS, 

BT THE PIECE OR PACKAGE FOB THK 

COXJNXRY TRADE. 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

Can purchase thuir Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We invite the attentian of the ladies to our new 

styles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OUR ENTIRE STOCIC 

WU.L BB 

SOLD EOR CASH, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 
The public are invited to visit 

OUR I'J'E'W STORE. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. 



1862. 1862. 1862. 



WnrTEB ABBANGEMEITT. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CABBTrMO THE 

NORTHWESTTT EXPRESS 

A5D THE 

United States 9Iall. 



The roads are well stocked with first daM 
horses. Concord Coaches, with carefbl and expe 
rlenced drivers, all under the control of oosapo- 
tent agentj. 



SCnEDCLE OK DEPABTVBES FROM SADTT PACT. 

For Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, Reed's 
Landing, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona and I.a 
Crosse— connecting with the LaCrosse and Mil 
waukee Railroad— every morning at i A. M. 

For Stillwater— DaUy, at 8 A. M. 

For Shakopee, Jordon, St. Lawrence. Belle 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sneur, Ottawa, Traverne oe 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at i. r. M 

For Rosemonnt, Castle Rock, Northfleld. Can- 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Fall* and 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatonna, for Wilto:.. 
St. Mary'*, Winnebago Agency and Mankato 
Also for Rice I.ake, Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, Chatfieid, aud Winona— DaUy 
at 4 A. M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando 
Monticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and hi 
Cloud— Daily, kt 5 A. M. 

For Sauk lUpids, Belle Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing — Tuesday's, Thursday's and Siatur- 
day's at 5 o'clock A. M. 

For Riclunond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria. 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Fort 
Alx^rcroubie — Monday'* and Wednesday's at St 
o'clock A. M. 

F'er Sunrise, with eonnoctions for Snperior 
and Baytield— Monday's Wednesday'* ana Ftl- 
day's, at 7 o'clock A. m. 

For further particulars inqnir* at the Genera 
Office ou Third Street. 

J. C. BURBAKK & CO., 
nov24-dly Proprietors. 

"VTERCHANTS' DISPATCH 
Fast Freifirl^t ILdne, 

OWNED AND MANAGED BT 

AJMEHlCAJSr EXPRESS CO. 



J. 



WATSON WEBB. JR. 



apr30-dly 



St. Paul, Minnesota. 



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A T A W B A BRAND Y. 



If 



II. i-.i<.i-:low. 



OLIVER DALRTMrLE. 



BIGELOW & DALRY.MPLE, 
ATT':^:iNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 
Stf. r*anl, ^linnessota. 
Will atten-l particularly to eollectiijns tlirough- 
otit the State; and, antil their paymeat by th«» 
Government, wi'il give especial attention to the 
prosecution and settlement of claims of INDEM- 
NITY FOR SIOUX DEPREDATION.*?. aZCtm 



V. 



S. REVENUE STAMPS. 



.Ml d'<nom nations, f''<r s.tle at 

Tlio Ti«aielor«' IlnnU, 

yorth>Pf-^t rori'T I ;' I.rt.'.i' oHil I'l'trk Strertf, 

Chir-neo, IlIinoi«>. 
A discount of •-' per :ent. on all snms of JlfV), and 
uptof-VS): and of per cent, on all sums ot t.V") 
and upwards, will b ■ allowed, payable in stamps. 
All bankable fund* recelvetl in payment iH i«r. 
Packages will W foi wardt^l by mail orexpn>»s at 
the expense and ris< of pun-haser. 
jauJO-Ju* E. I. TINlvHAil, Caahier. 



IVI 



A R I N E BANK 



50 



B A 



ELS 



R R 

— or— 

CsA.RItON OIL. 

ALSO A QV.VNTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

Forsal^hT J. C * H. C.BCRB-\NK fcCo. 



Orgmized under the Gen«*ral Banking Law of 

Slinaesota. 

O.n.TI-RnEI.L, Cashier. C. K.WELLS, Pres't. 
»#-omce in Coulter's Block, .Jackson Street, 
S». Pi'il. derliV.lm 



rp H E U V D E R S I (i N E D , 

rE.lLERS IN 

rorU, Oriiin* Orooeries 
niKl l*ro vision**. 




T»R Ds-MOVTlvFV'II I P ' Invite their friend* and bnvers generally to rail 
LJl... iifcAlUr* XIUU V ILJ^t, „ j,,..^ j^ ,.^„ ,^^., „„5,,iin„. Konrth street 



r» E :%■ T I s T , 

(OflRce in French'* Block.) 
Tkinl H(re«t, ■i«>iar th* Post Oflice, 

SAINT PAUL MIN:.:i50T.\. 

Jan29-ly 



iipon _ _ 

al>ove Jackson, wh re will be found. .<«nga- Cured 
Hams and Shoulders; Tjird bv the }ar, flrktn or 
barrel: Iteef, Com «d and Dried; Oats and Torn, 
and a general storls of Choice fjroceries, aud all 
at the verv lowest i ates. 

The higheat prico paid for Pork and Grain. 

Janl3-.'m* SEAGER tt UOYT. 



Keeps constantly on hands complete assort- 
ment of 

PARLOR, 

CHAITBER, 

DINING-ROOM 

FTTRNITURK, 

of ALL STTLE9, AND OF SUPERIOR WORK- 
M.VNSHIP. 

Mo- 1 of mv Furniture \* of my own Ti^nnfse- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
eriual to the fwst there is made in the V . S. A. 

As a nimble sixpence i^ always f>etter than S 
slow «hiling. I am determined to sell a very light 
shade atM>va cost. F.vervtMMly Is n'spectfolly in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

»»-UEMEMBER • PLACE: Stone Build- 
ing— Thini Strei't- above the Bridg.. St. Paul 
Minn. |»nJ'tdly 

ip iT N A U F T , 

(Corner of Seventh and Olive streets,) 

HAS IS ADDITION T» HIS NEW tt FULL ST«»CK OF 

Groceries & Provisions, 

A complete assortment of 

QUEENSWAKE, LAMI'S, 4c. 

All of which w!M be sold at the lowest possibk 
rates. 

NEW i'L.VTFORM SCALES, 

Of Fairbanks' be«t make, always correct and 
ready for u«e. Those wh'> have Hay, Grain of 
Live Stock for sale can save m«ney hy getting It 
w»tffhed. ,p»s(»„*hvm-it. 

^lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Indemnity can be h.id. 

Steps are In'ing talien by the Government to a«- 
certain who have snifered loss in prt>i»er'v, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux Indian 
ontbreak. with the *i.>w of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have allthe neoessaryf.irms.and 
are possess,-.) ,,f sn{>erior a<ivantages for having 
these rUims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give s|M>ciai attention to 
such as are placed in their hands. 

SMITH * GILMAN, AU meys. 

St . Paul, Sept. i*, \«&i. 



llie undersigned having been appointed sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY 

For the state of Minnesota, calls the attention of 
Physician* and the public to its medicinal quali- 
ties. 

WALTER W. WF.BB. 
St. Pan'. .▼»''• *" *•"■» 1'-^ <♦««• 



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ETAL WAREHOUSE. 



k CO., 



VANDERVOORT. DICRERSON 

IMPORTERS or 

Tin Plate &e., 

AGENTS FOR 



ANI> I>KAI.EI;« IX 

T I X IV E B ' H 

STOCK. 



K 
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A 
1. 



B ' 8 



IK O 

IMPROVED 

SCALES 
1»0 Mn«I '201 R«siadalpb.St., Chicaro. 

decia-«m P. O. Box nio:. 

rpAX DEEDS. 

TTIE PRESS PRINTING COMP.VNY 
Hare now on hand the latest an<l l>est form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, and in conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared »> .ae 
btttte authorities 
Price &o cenu per doaen, or $.1 ^r handred. 

/^.VSII PAH) FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BARLEY. OATS and CORN, and DRESSED 

HOtiS. at my Warehou.«e. Upper Levee. St. Paul. 

dec-,'l-t» ALBERT McCARtiAR. 



A. 



F. KNIGHT, 
ARCHITECT, 



Will furnish designs. Plan*, Details. Specifications 
and Estimates for buildings of every kind, got up 
in tl»e N'st «tvle for the n^luced price of one per 
cent on estimated cost, and will, if required, su- 
p<<rintend the erection of the sarau, both in the 
rlfy and country, at eouallv low rates. Office in 
French's Block, Third street, St. Paul, Minne 
«ota. my8-^m 



(Successor to Walter W. Webb,} 

■WHOLES.* r.K PEAt.KR IN 

FOREIGN V.TNES & LKiUORS AND 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 

anl tf .<*//.' /. K Y f. LOCK, TIIIRD-S T. 

V-EW GOODS : - NEW GOODS ! 
JUST RECEIVED. 

DRY GOODS AT GRE.VT B.UIG.VIN'S, 

Splendid chance to purchase Holiday Presents at 

S>XIXII Jt TAYLOR'S, 

*» Cheap Cash Store," 

TUIRD.STREET,NEXT DOOR TO THE N. W. 

EXPItESS OFFICE. 

We have on hand a choice lot^of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

the cheapest in the market. 

.<ONTAGS, NUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARFS, 

In great variety of styles and colors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is nneqaalled.In this city, coiulsthig In part of 

SrLEXDin FREXCn MKJilXOES, 

of the best make, in all colors. 

ALL WOOL REPS, 

PLAIN AND FIGURED UNION REPS, 

Phiin and Figured Delaines, Mottled Cloths, Em- 
press Cloths, Valencia Plaids, &c., &.c. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dres.s Goods. 

Also choice patterns of Flannel Sheeting*. 

All kinds of White and Colored 

E L A ?C ?C E L , 

Great Bargains in Bleached and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic Goods, Hosier}-, 

Gloves, Ladies' and Gentlemen's 

Wrappers and Drawers, IIoop Skirts, Corsets, &c. 

All of which we will sell 

for cash at figures to suit the closest buyers, 

4^ Call and examine for ronrselves, at 

"The Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR, 

decC'i ST. PAUL. JIINNESOTA. 

D 



AT WHOLESALE. 

A large assortment of New Style 

Hoods. jN'ubias, 

Soutasfs antl Comforters, 

AIJ50 

MENS SHIRTS ANT) DRAWERS, 

WOOL SOCKS, 
Buck Grloves 6c Mittens, 

Having a surplus of these goods we 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGAINS. 

Ho^an & Camp. 

noviO 

CARPETS. 

C.VRPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 
I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH 33UGBEE, 

THIRD-ST., ABO^T. THE BRIDGE, 

dec lft-nm ST. I'AUL. MINNTl-SOTA. 

f^L I F T O N HOUSE, 

atANKATO, .... MINNESOTA. 

This Honse Is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and is among the largest in the Minne- 
sota Valley. Is 

nt:w and nt:^vxy fltintshed. 

And the proprietor, from long experience in the 
business, flatters himself that he will be able to 
satisfy the traveling public. 

jO'CHARGES MODERATE. -er 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Mankato. Minn., April 2»th, 18«2. 



All overcharges settled by J. C. ft H. C. Bar- 
bank k Co., Agents. 
New Y'ork office, 1^ Marray street, 

Boston office, 60 Washington street. 
mar25-dly 

T f\{\ KEGS SUGAR HOUSE, GOU 

^V^ V^ den and Ambre, a choice article, at 
J. C. k U. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

LARGE STOCK OF FINE U- 
quors and Ci^rs, which we offer at prices 

tliat wlU insure quick sales, at 

J. C. k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

Qnn BBLS. ASSORTED >\11IS- 

tjyjyj key, for sale at 

J. C. k U. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

qrkrk WHOLE, H.\LF AND QUAR- 

V/ v/ ter iwxes Itaisins, crop of 186., at 
J. G. k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

Q(\ BBLS. STUART'S BEST HON- 

^t\J ey Syrup, a choice article, for table use at 
J. C. & U. C. BURBANK k Co.'s. 

-|Q-^ PACKAGES ASS0RTE1> 

JL^O Fruits, consisting of Plums, Prune*. 
Currants an<l Citron, all new crop, for sale at 
prices to suit the times. 

J. C. t H. C. BL"TIBANK k Co.'s 

1 KC\ BOXES W. R. CHEESE; A 

JLO v/ prime article, at low figures, at 

J. C. k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

^f\ GRANTS PATENT FANNIN(i 

\j\J Mills for sale at manufacturer's prices, at 
J. C. k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'* 

OU WILL FIND ONE OF THE 

largest and best selected stocks of Grocer- 
ies in the West, at the warehouse of 
dec V» J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK k Co. 

T3RINTEBS' INKS. 



Ail sorts, kinds, and colors, from the eelebratM 
manufactory of J. E. Wade, New York, for sale 
at manufacturer's prices, by 

decl.; J. C. k H. C. BLHtBANK k CO. 

BOXES ASSORTED TO- 

bacco, comprising all the favorite 

J. C, k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



420 

brands, at 



50 



DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CASI 

Steel Axes. Also :» doren Red Rivei 
Axes: also 'Z5 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, fij at 
quality, at 

J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK fc Co.'* 

RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT . 
4,000 PocNDS Dried Peach es, and 7,ooc 
Pound- Dried Applk.s, to be sold low for cash. 
my.11tf J. C. BURBANK fc CO. 

E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

large snpply of Western RsaBBrr. 
Chi:ese which we offer low for cash. 
je« J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK fc CO. 



rpo 



MY FRIENDS & PATRONS. 






FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

or ALL KINrm. 

Also, WarehouseTmcks, Letter 
Pres.ses, fcc, &c. 
FAIRBANKS, GREEN LEAF fc CO., 
\Tl Lake .*Jtreet, Chicago. 
For 'ale In St. Paul, by J. C. fc U. C. Bnrbankfc 

Co. 

He eareflil to hn^^ oi'v the gennln* e14-dwTv 




Havinf engaged my services to the Messrs. J 
C. fc H. C. Burbank fc Co.. corner Levee and Sib 
ley streets, I may be found in the Wholesale Gro- 
cery Department, where it will afford me pleasurtt 
to see my old customers once more. 

We shall have a large and well selected stoca 
of goods, usually kept in our line, on liand, whicti 
I respectfully ask you to examine before porcha* 
ing elsewhere. I hope to merit for the house « 
portion at least of that patronage you hare here 
tofore so liberally bestowed upon me 

marS A. L. LARPENTEUTl. 



St. Pawl, Mlaw< 



ENTISTRY 



APPLES! APPLES! 

7o barrel* choice, Just received and for sale low 
by S. K. PUTNAM, 

sf. Corner Third acd Market streets. 



DR. COWMAN, having taken room* in the 
Winslow House, will give his attention to all who 
mav desire his professional services. 

Although a comparative stranger, yet the Dr. 
is confident that, guided by th* lirm principles ot 
justice and ei^nity — courteous and faithful manip- 
ulation, he mav win the confidence of all. 

I)r. B. intends his operations sliail rank only 
■with other first-class o|H'rators. 

aj- An.Tsthctics judiciously administered. 

t^ Office hours from s a. m. to 5 p. m. 

G. A. B0W5L\N, 

JanlS-lm Anthony. 



pALMER'S PURE 

V I ]Nr E a A. R . 

This is the Und of Vinegar that sboald be nsed 
by all housekeepers for 

PICKLES 

AND THE 

T ASLE. 

It is warranted pnre and wholesome, and to 
fire perfect satisfkction wherever nsed. Try It, 

AND YOU WILL HAVE NO OTHER. 

For sale at onr works on Vibley street, and by 
all grocers who have an eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS FOR SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS h CO. 



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OFFICE HOI7BB. 

On week days from 7 o'clock A. x. to <>< o'clock 

On' Sundays, from 12 o'clock M. to 1 o'clock 
p. M. 

WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 

arrival and DEPARTV.RK OF MAILS. 

For LaCrosse— Eastern Mail— Leaves daily, ea- 
sept Friday, at 5 A. M. 

Arrives daily, except Tuesday, at 8 P. M. 

F'or Minneapolis — leaves daily, except Sunday, 
ats A. M. 

Arrives daily— except Sunday, at 4 P. M. 

For Stillwater— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 

7 a. m. 

Arrives daily, except Sunday, at « P. M. 

For Hudson- leaves daily, except Sunday, at 

8 A. M. 

Arrives daily, except Sunday, at 7 P. M. 
For Mankato— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 
10 a.m. 
Arrives dailv, except Sundav, at about 12 sf. 
For Northfi'eW- leaves dally, except Sunday. 

Arrives daily, except Sunday, at about . P. m. 

For Sunrise City— leaves Monday, Wedneadax . 
and Fridav, at «> A. M. 

Arrives "Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 
about 7 P. .M. , .^ , 

Vox Cannon Falls— leaves Tuesday, at 7 A. Sf . 

Arrives Wednesday, at 7 P. M. 

For Red Wing— leaves Wednesday, at 8 A. M. 

Arrives Tuesday, at 6 P. M. 

F"or Carver— leaves Thursday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives Wednesday, at 7 p. M. 

For CetUge Cirove— leave* Saturday, at 1 r. M. 

Arrives Saturday, at 12 M. 

Mails leaving before 7 o'clock A. V. dose at 
7 P. M. 

All others close half an hour before the time of 
departing, except Eastern which closes at 9 p. m. 

The postage upon all transient printed matter, 
foreign and domestic, and upon all letters, for- 
eign and domestic, is now required to be fully 
ftrepaid bv United SUte* postage stamps, except 
n cases w-here prepavmeut on letter*, fcc, to for- 
eign countries is optional and the senders do not 
wish to prepay. 

Persons mailing letters, newspapers, &e.. 
whether domestic or to foreign countries, should 
therefore ascertain at the office of mailing, ti.e 
exact postage in each caae and affix United Star-* 
postage stamps of sufficient value to prepay th- 
full postage thereon. _ 

P" -« i^x\K%. NICHOLS, Postmaster. 

St. Paul, November IS, 18«2. 



A/f'ERRU.L IS PAYING CASH FOR 

old I'apcrs of every kind, old Books of every de- 
scription, Reading, Blank or School Books and 
Pamphlcu. Paper Rag* wanted at MF^RRI LL'S. 
Hurry them along and get the cub . feb3-d& wtf 



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ONEY TO LOAN. 



GOOD COLLATERAL SFXJURITT RKQUIKEU 
H. E. BAKER fc CO., Auctioneers. 
On Thlrd-st., second door from Jacksou-»t. 
jAn4 St. Paul, Miaaesou. 



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THE SAINT PAUL PEESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUAKY 12, 18G3. 



T H K CITY. 

TiiK Lo"s.— -Tl.irc worcnopow wdw? 
M.>f.r.by. ami our nil brL-thivu were 
..lauMii*: tlu'iiL-rlvts I'v ^troUini; the street 
;iiul i^reiii^ tin- Tn'ii-. «'t Sr. I'aul. 

>iiii tlu-y rv>m.' \Mili .>iani:j;s. papors. 
^ -ks, j.amnhU't-. aiul nia-aziiu-^, wluili 
liriii;; the cash pricf ;it Merrlirs. 



i'.ii u r f..M:r.— 'Mu' rity lias liooomo 
>iry moral this vvtH-k. Tlu- I'olicr C-oiut 
is >hiit up, anil lol.wtUs irrouii ovir t!a- 

■.. . .itlifr ] 



,|.,,.r__[,-. f., wouM be, it It was not eoM 



Tin- Ami loi'i-.— riv Antelope's well 
k!„v.vn whistle wi:ir,.'niore Ik' heard at 
i-nrLivee. She has sirNeiUorsix sea- 
• .v!-.. and will now l.i- relievva trom duty. 
!i> r ma. liinory and works are to l>e put 
in a tuw iTath whi. h will take her place 
ji. \i: St a>on in the o'.d trade. 

The M. ^: V It. K- ''i^'' ^ '^^^ge force 
ot :.Kti at work eompleting their traek and 
Ian. iuu at the Lower Levee. The traek 
h t.. be tilled in level %Nith the street, and 
a ejustruetion train is eontmually en»- 
l,hnedbungi:.-aoun di:t tor that pur- 

V''--'- _ ^ „_ 

r ! \ i: r. .Ill uv.— Oliver, on Wahashaw 
*lre.t. aUove the Minnesota House, yes- 
terday yot l.M.'O lbs ot poultry, h•e^hly 

kUUd'. 

•■ auil tiiu'r or f.itti'r, 

Xv\'r W114 • I iu a baru>-ar.l, or sinokoJ on :i 

a- --L'liie epicurean says. Oliver never 
ke.['s anything; ill his line but the best 
SIS his nuineroiis eustoaiers verv we 
know. 



11 



A Mystkriois Visit* -ii. — Twoorthree 
days smee, as one of our eajtitjilistsjwas 
se.".ted in hisolliee pon.l 'ring on the jrohl 
.nuf^tion, v'Ci'., a party ai»i)eared with the 
iiuiuirv — -'llave yoti at y l^rown eounfy 
bonds?" 0;ir Iriend ;inswered that he 
hail some, wi'.h over t tie interest cou- 
pons. "Will. I'm eom • to pay Vm." re- 
turned the visitor, pro.lueiug his greiii- 
ba,.k<— "we'd have i)a .1 'em lonj,' ago. 
but eoiihl'nt find the b >nd-hohlers— was 
readv \i^ l>ay last suininer in gold." 
Strange things will happen oeeasiiuially. 

ri:Rr»ON \i.. — Col. Mi'rgan, ol the First 
Mit.nesvtta Keginient, arrived on the La- 
Crosse sLige last night, and immediately 
left for St. Anthony, wliere he resides. 

Lieut. Sam, T. llagm-t, formerly oi the 
Fii>t Minnesota Ilegiiuent, but more re- 
eentlv on < len. IJorm:'. i*s stall', also ar- 
rived in the same stage. Lieut. U. has 
resiu;ned his eommissio)i. 

C'apt. N. S. .Messivk. of Co. K., First 
Minnesota, will leave this morning for 
Fari!>ault. to spend a eoujile of weeks 
with his llimily before rejoining his regi- 
ment. 

Thi: FiKiM! n'-s 15 II.. — Those who 
wl>h to pass a pleasant evening, must 
make lli<ir arrangenu its to go to the 
l'ire...en's r>all on Tue>day evening ne.\t. 

Legislature of Minnesota. 

Ic.^ 1 !•' T" II S !•: S S I O ^J^. 



From Gon. Rosecrans's Army. 



lIuiiiuriMua of the Littf I2uttl«*. 

A e'rrespondent oi theN.Y. Trihuiir, 



were visible eonveving wounded men to 
(it her .>.i«le.)f theli'ehl.and the ambulance 
trains dashing up to the lines and wheel- 
ing promptly to receive the wounded eom- 



,• M , I 'I' ,.i.._ '. ohted the smgnlar sj)eet.iclc. 

writmg Irom .Miir roboro. ienn., uiuler ; i f- i ^,.r<. 

<^ ■ A niinibfr ol our ambnhinee men were 



Nkw r,ni.i>iM'.s.— The building season 
oi l!*63 promises to be a biisv one. Sev- 
eral fme business bio. ks are to be erected, 
.liul some elegant .'.\wllin_'- are alrea.Iy 
eontni.ted for. Among the latter we may 
II. I. > :i :.v.c .-t>ne villa to b" buiU for Os- 
i.i.::i K. I'odixe. on Sut'.uuit Avenue: a 
m::nsion ot itit limestone, lor lL>raee 
Tliomu-on. Ks^., on Dayton Hill, the 
loiindation of whieli ir already laid; also. 
:■. f. le dwelling lor Capt. 11. lUakely. on 
the iorner oi Ifth and .laekson street.--. 
Others are eontenipla'.lag bndiling. but 
have not y<-t m.X'le .h-riiilte ari-argenittits. 

' • -»•»- 

Fi:oM I'l-vft^iNA. — Mr. Francois C;in- 
gns, of St. Joseph. !>. T.. arrivi-d in the 
city on Tuesd.iy evening, direet from 
rJiiiMua. The news brought by Mr. G. 
is cjufn-mitory of tb.e rumors mentioned 
in the FuE.-^s a fcv.- days frlnee. tlutt the 
Moiix are only awaiting tli*? return ci 
spi-.rij; to mak.- a tl - -lat on tli-- frontier. 
He reports iheiu as e!iea:n[.cd r.i tlie vi- 
i-hvAv ot iVvil's L ike. Dakota Territorj. 
and that it is their design to move down 
tVo;n thence. This conllrnisthe accounts 
c'iveu by Mr. Le May and otliers to the 
^a!^e cflert. 

Mr. Clngras also brings word that the 
Chiefs ot tl'.elbd Lake Chippewas)will not 
. . :.!! d'lwn to tlu" council tortht- ratifiea- 
lloa ot the propo ;eil Treaty. 

r.ii:.,.vNi \'ii.: v. — Tlie line Italian 
villi of J. C. Bnrbank. Ksq.. on Summit 
Avenue, which was t onnnenced la.-t sea- 
sun, is now about completed. This ele- 
-'ant lu.aii-ion is situated in a di-lightlhl 
Mr.-. uv.rb>oking the » ntire city, and the 
rivir for miles above and IhIow it. The 
structure wa.- jdaniieil by E. L. Wheelock, 
it' t hicigo, and wh'ii i otnpletely finished 
v.ill be one of the mo>r, it' not //fC most, 
fleg.mt residence in the St..te. It is a 
pict'!res<iue Italian villa, tho material be- 
ing -rav liijn-stoiie, carc!'i!!y dressed. 
There are two sturies. basement and at- 
tic, (the latter being surmounted with an 
observatory,) which an- eouveniently ar- 
raic'ed into aliout thirtv rooms, most of 
them commodious .and well lighted, with 
high ceilings. .\ piazza will surround 
nearlv three sidis of tlu' house. There 
;u-e no •' studded" partiti -ns in the house, 
all the inside walls being of brick, hollow ; 
while the outside w.alls are of stone, with 
brick lining iusitle, leaving an air-cham- 
ber in the center, tlnis making them both 
frost antl rat proof. The villa is to be 
lit with gas, and heated with steam, and 
has hot and cold water pit)es through .ill 
the ehambers. <ll:iing rooms, &c. The 
entire cost of this elegant nian.sioii, well 
worthv tiie energy and liberalily of its 
owner, will be aUmt 8lO,tXMJ. 



.«KX.VTl!. 
.Sir. rAi'i.. V'.'ilnp-'day, Fob. 11. 
rh>' S.nnt.^ iiift inirsiuml to ailj.niriiiu>'nt, aiul 
w:i- i-ili.il !•> er.U'i- !■>■ llie fn-siiUut pro Uiu, 
lloii. II. A. .Svrit'i. 

emiTioN-. 

Mr. l> \NK r'"''*''"'*''' '^ "''"*'^'"'''' '^'"""' '"•'"''" 
ittint.s .>r ill.' t.'U 11 .if l.<' .»ii. IIP. t'.T III.' .■iiaiMiii-iit 
.if a law. t-iuii;; tli.'iii jikuit t.« l.'vv sutfii-i.uf 
rax.-» ill --.nil t>"» '•• •" ''iiii'l a ^i-liiKil lioii-..' ..fill.' 
iiio'iiT -i/..' Ill ai-i-iuiitiio.ial ■ tlic i-liiMr.-ii of saiJ 
«tl..». I ili'trict. UtlVrn.'.! r.- a sp.-cial omuiilli'i'. 
i-uU'.i-liiii.' '•( .M.'>>rj. l>aiu l».iil> ami • Ktiuaii. 
iMuoiift I'lo.v \Ni> ii;.->r KK.xm.Nii. 

r.y >lr. .MII.I.KU. a l.ill ".ir uii act t.> r.-|).'iil 
cli'.piir tw.i iif till' ».'*.-i'iii laws of lstV.\ reUuiii!; 
t.i tti.' liiiii ati.iii .if faxi's fir i-- rtaiii imii.o.-.-s in 
til.' s.\.ral soh.iol ilisiritt- of tin- .'•tat.', ll.-a.l 
tvvi.'.- :oiil r.'f.'rr.'il t.> a ooii iiiittet i'oii>i!iiiii^ .'t 
til.' .loiiu .-^tauiliiijj (.uiiuDU -t'l' ou ta.\o», auU ilr. 
.Mi:Ur. 

KKCor. 1 s. 

Mr. PAMl-I.'i, from tlii' V'onmiitt"**' on Incor- 
pur.iti..ii-, r.i'oiti'.l tiai-k I lo .«!.'iiat.' bill f.ir llu" 
aiii.'ii.iiiu-ntt.ifli.'i-luut.To! tliccityofMilUxater, 
with a favivralilf ri-coiiiincn latioii. 

riiii:ii r.!;.vi>iNo .\ I'l' I'ass.vgk. 

>. i-.ati' bill for :ui act to ji'on i.lo for ttio trovorn- 
m-iil aii.l r.'u'ii'.aii lu.if th.' -tat.- I'ri-oii. ra-'..'.l. 

.•«.'u:i;'' bill for ail ai" to Hiilitat.- tlio constriii'- 
timi i.f till' Uoot Kiwruiiil soutUcTu JlinuL'Suta 
llailri'.:.! i 'omliuiy. I'asrx'.l. 

iiio .-sviiati.' lluu ailjourui U. 



IK'L".' 

Ww !l..ii- 
I'rawr b.. 



Union Block. — This handsome lilock 
of business houses, on the corner of Third 
and Robert streets is now so far complet- 
ed that the occupants .are moving m. 
Union Block is one of the largest in the 
citv, and is divided into fo-ar stores, each 
2- feet front, and ~'> feet deep, running 
fiom the basement to the roof, excepting 
the corner store, the basement of which 
is rented for another purpose. 

I'nion Block was erecteil by Cronin, 
Ilur.xthal & Sears, of New York, well 
known dealers in Furs and Indian goods, 
of whom John S. Prince is agent. The 
site of the Block was formerly occupied 
bv the old New F^ngland House, a histor- 
ical building, and other edifices, which 
were destroyed by fire in the spring of 
ISbO. The block was jilanned by C. A. 
F. Morris, and the work executed by the 
following parties : 

Stone work by Dan Mullen ; carpenter 
work by Keardon & Donovan, and paint- 
in" by Williams & Bro. All these firms 
executed their work in a praiseworthy 
manner. 'Ihe entire cost ui' the block 
will not be far from $ir^(X)0. 

The store on the corner is leased by 
C. I'roal, for a llarnes & Saddlery shop. 
The seeon I one is to be occupied by Pol- 
lock, Donaldson v\L' Ogden for a House 
furnishing & Crockerv- Store. They are 
now moving in. The other two stores 
are not, we understand, rented yet. 

Th<' basement room nn.ler the comer 
■tore is used by John Lahrjas a Restau- 
rant. . „ 



K OF KKri:K>*i:XTATIVKS. 

Wi:dnksd.\v, Fob. 11. 

■ Ml.'* at iiim" o' -lock. 
lb.' c haci.ain. 

IMiriTIOXS. 
Vr. H.VYK.S iir.'-.'eiiteil a |»'iilion from oitizoU'' 
of i:;.iii-"'V ami l>akota I'o iiilii'i', for an aiii.'inb 
in.-iit to till' .xt. I'aul ItriiU.' ebart.r, iiro\ i.liiiK 
lor I'r''.' )i.i^-a;;'' to rlmrcli Ami <,\'Uif H-rifs. U«'- 
r.rrt'.l tu .Mi'K'-atioii from UaiiiM-y auil Dakota 

ClillUti"*. 

.".Ir. 1 \VI.»>K. from tbo .Iinlb'iarv Conuiiill.'.', 
r.'ii.irti'.i batlv tb.' bill for li.'unial >f*sion t>f ili;' 
I.. ci-IiiUiii . wilh.iut r.c.)i:inn'iulation. fii.' bill 
»a- r.'f.'rriil to (oiiiiuitt.'' of tb«' W bob'. 

Al-".rt'iiort.'<l li:u'k tin- bi II jiroiio-iiij; :iii aiiii'ml- 
in.'iif to Ibi' ( oti^fitutioli.liaiitiiijf tlu' st-.-jioii* of 
i!..' I..'^'i-latiiri' to I'.irlvdai s, vvitlian aiii.'ii.liiiciit 
tb.it tlh' l..';;i<laturi' >ll.)'al.i not sit long.T tliaii a 

».> IM' ■.llOllM. 

Mr. I'llA" IIKU miv.'.l [li.it tli'> bill bi- iiul'li- 
uUi'e iio-'llioin'il, whieU w is lost liy vi-jl* 1;">, nays 

Mr. 1 II \( IlITi: niovi'i! iliat tli«> aiTH'iulm.'nf of 

il,.. ( I nitre.' b.' stri.'ki-ri iiuiii tilt* bill, wh.i'h 

^»a.< :;jr:' I to an. I tlie bii nlVrnU to the I'oiii- 

iii'tti'.'^of tlu' Wlwlv. .. ........ 

ill,' .lu.1iii.»rv Comniitt;' ' r.'portod back tho bill 
all. "Win;.' Frank Iv.'S t.> .-siab i>b a I.Try at U.-il 
Will',', "i'ii a r''0.>m:a.'ii'l;i;i.>ii for |ia«sa^.'. 

.VI; . Wool), from till' I umniittf.' on .\X''''^'''- 
tiir.", r>-p'>rtt' 1 b nk tin' bil ri'^iilaiiiij: tin- l.ikiii;; 
up of <'^ti-.iys, with aiiieii'iut'iit. ami recoiumeuil- 
ii - tilt' .-aia ' for ij-is-tag.-. 

KVMSKV I OCM \" AFKAIltS. 

"\Ir. Ml'It'.JAY niov.>.l a ri'«'on.'*ld«'ration of tli.' 
vi>r.' in wliioli 111" Il.)ii«.' r.'fiis.'.l to tak.' up tb.' 
r-port'of t'.ie ( omiiiin''.' i f t!io Wliob', ul>«ii tin' 
!l,.us.' bill aui>'ii.lin;rtii.' < iiy ohart.'r of .■'^t. I'aiil. 
aii'l ti.i' >. iiat" bill r.latli ;; to I'a.x.'s in K-.iiiiM'y 
fi.iiiilv— uliicli was a;jr.'. tl to, w lii'ri'iij>on .*lr. 

.M;iri:i'.' liio.i'.I tbat tin' i .'» mt'ii.l'ition of tlii' 

I'.u.iiiitti'.' on llie titvcli. rt.T b.- tak.-ii lir^t, and 
oil.-.-.-<l iiii am.'iidm.iit wldcli was i.doptt'd. and 
tb.' ri'poit w.:-* lli.'ii a.loi'tid, ami tin' bill wa.'> 
r«-.'d a s.'foinl lini.' ami oidi'ri'd .'iigio.-si'il. Ibe 
ri'iiorr, so fur a" n-lat.-d t.> the Ta.\ bill was ti.en 
laid iiiLjn til'' tabti'. 

Uii.i.s i.XTi; >M . i;ii. 
i'.. .-".Ir. VllltU.W, a bill toiuiliorizPtli.'Coiin- 
t\ .\Mliior toapviortioii ni Jhoy in bctKxd L>Utrict 
niinuiT Mil.' in Ham- •> <•■> inf.-. 

r.v .Mr. r.I' I I.Ki:, li Wli to r»'pea' the- act abol- 
i^'iiiii; jnriri-onini'iit for d 'bt. 

i:iMo\ AL (II- in: inmiivns. 
Mr. WISWKI.L olb'ri.li tli" followipp K.v.o 
'nrions : 

WiiKui: \^, TlitTf sfpin-i to bf littli- probability 
tbat till- pri'se'.it ron;;ri'- < w ill niaUo lirovisiou--. 
fui- till' ri'inoval of tin- li.i iaii-*, mnl 

\Vill-.i:i; \<, 'I'bi' >al('ly w.'lfar»> and prosp.'rity 
of our Stall- d.'iiia'.id tb. >p<'.'ily r.'inoval of all 
Indians from tlu* xnitlmru un.l westtTU pcirtiuus 
of our Mat."; tiieri-forf, 

/.'. <.»/(•»</, Tbat til.' .loii t Coinmitfco on In. ban 
.\'.r;iir-« arL" lienby iiistrm tfd to report by bill or 
i>ili.-r\vi».' wb.it a.'tion it ivouM I*' cxpcdi.'nt for 
t!,|s l.e;,'i-.latarf to tak" i i tb" premises in opI.t 
to s.'curo Ihf jiafvfy Kfai-il to ri'storf coutiJenCf 
to tbe Jionplc. Adopted. 

iiof..i; iiii.i.s i>f i'!:o..ni:ss. 
.\ bill to aiali.iri-!!' t!ie » oinniis-ionprs of Wasb- 
iii^rlun louiity to i*>in' I'onds for tin" puMnciit 
1,1 lioiinty luomys. Kcai! a fliinl tinin ami passed. 
A bill to appropriate .•J,i.iiW for a briiljjfe acro^.-^ 
t!it' Itlue Kartii lUver, w:i!i read a third tlin..' and 
pa»>ed. 

.Mr. YF.oJIAXS inoveii to tak-' from t'.ie table 
tbe ri'iMir: of the (uiuniiite of l!auk.s on tlic bill 
i>iibniiil>><t by liiin, uno n<latory of tb.' Itauk Law. 
wiii.^li was ii'^reeil to, an'l the majority n'p.>rt was 
amend "d so th-'t the bill -thuuld go tu the Com- 
mittee' of the Whole. 

IX COMMITTKE OK TUK WIIoLK. 

Tbn tIo;i»o 5pt»nt a short time in Committee 

aii.l tlii-n ailjoiirii.'d. 



a late dale, relates the following amusing 
incidents and sketches ol battle and camp 
life : 

There was rare comedy i-omminglcd 
with the tragi'dy of ."stone's Kiver. 'I'he 
hiimorism uf battle .saturates yr)U aUer 
carnage is ended. Tlie richest of the 
drollery and fun is not printable. I'ut we 
can 'oar over it in bivouac. Suppose we 
have a chapter nt nui.lcnts. Due ol the 
good things was Irish, ot couisc. An 
Irish Rebel of the 1st Louisiana, who 
had charged tuo far into our front, was 
coming out of the light a c;\ptivc. with a 
liruken arm. .\ surgeon liad dn.ssid it 
temporarily. '* Von an Irishman ami a 
Rebel." ip'ioth 1. *• what arc you lighting 
us. for?" "Sure, your honor," swiftly 
retorted Fat. "an' did ye ever Inar uv 
the likes of an army, an' llnre wasn't 
Irishimn in il." ** But. Fat." iiitcrpo.-ed 
lather Tracy. " You were forced into the 
service." ** Yer rivcrcnci-." replied Fat, 
respecllidly saluting. *' I wint into it with 
guild will. ' The boys was all goin' : there 
was a foight. an* sure I'atriek wajui't the 
man to hi inny man go fnrni>t him.'' Fat 
was an incorrgible. and wc let him go. 

A cluster ul niangVd li'Ilows were huil- 
dled about a lield hospital waiting siirgi- 
<al atU'iiti.m. A big. brawny trooper 
with a bttUet in his let': leg and another in 
his right arm. hobble! up, holding his 
wounded arm in hi.s h'lt haml. *■ By 
(; — ,1, Doctor." with mticii less jiicty than 
p.iiii. *• the d — d Rebs came pretty near 
hittin' me." Another flllov.-. blowing 
lilooil copiously from his nose — the jni'it 
of which liad been shot oil— as a whale 
spouts sea-water, interposed: '•'Ihc 
,1 — ,1 rascals" — sputter — '■come d — d 
near" — another blow and sputter — "iiiis- 
siit" me." 

Col. Granville Mooily. nf t!ie 71th 
Ohio, is a famous .Methodist preai'lnr 
from Cincinnati. He is soiueihlng over 
tllty, 1 ••reikon." — six feet two or three 
inches, of iiiipo-Ing pri'^cnce. with a line 
genial face, and jiroiliginus vocal range. 
The reverend Colonel, who )>roved him- 
self a fighting pars 111 ol liie lirst water, 
was lit tour times, and will carry the .--ig- 
nature of battle wl.en he goes back to 
the altar. His benc\ohn.'e justifies his 
military flock in the indulgence of sly 
humor at his expense, but he never per- 
mits them to tr.>i:irli his e'[;ianiii;iiy. 

."several battle anecdotes of him arc 
well aiithcnti.atcd. Not long ago (icn. 
Neglcy merrily accused him of using lu't- 
irodox expletives in t!ie ardor ot I'oii- 
llict. "Is il a tact, I'oloiicl." imiuircd 
the Ceneral, "that you told the boys to 
•-ive 'cm hell ? " *' *• Now." rejdicd the 
Colonel, rcproachfidly. ••there's sonu- 
more ot the boys' mi.»c!.ief. 1 *.v\'\ tlicm 
to ijive the rebels. * Hail <-'oluinbIa," and 
tlu'y have perverted my language." The 
parson, however, explained with a sly 
twinkle in the corner of hi* ey, which 
left me in eon.-iderable doubt . 

You probably know that our Westirn 
(."ircuit i>reachers are Steutors. W here 
other jiarsons are emjhatic, ilu-y roar in 
the fervor of exhortation, (specially when 
they bulge upon you with a liig "Amen." 
You mi;.-t ima<;ine th.is fact to appreciate 
the storv. The Colonel's mind was sat- 
urated with piety and tight. He had al- 
readv had one b.mt with the relnls. and 



hailed by Rebel pickets with a demaml, 
••What" the d— 1 do you want here?" 
•• >Voundeil men." '• Well, pick 'cm up 
([IK k and get out of this." Our men re- 
plied. '* ••"^end your hospital corps over 
fieri' and get i/our wounded," " All 
right ; " and it was done. 

Speaking of parched corn — .at the con- 
sultation of (Jenerals on Wednesday 
night, when corps and division command- 
ers visited lu'adipiarters to receive in- 
structions lor future operations, some of 
them advocated a retrogade movement, 
because communications were interrupt- 
ed and supplies .short. " (Jentlemen. be- 
fore we get away from here we may all be 
<_lad," said the Commanding (Jeneral, 
•• to get parched corn." But further. 
Meiiiliersol the stall" were discussing these 
points ill the presence o( the General. 
He raised himself sharply from a reclin- 
ing iiO'>ition, his eyes sparkling with ani- 
mal ion. and remarked, *' I will s.\v this 
of ail my oilicers— that however advisa- 
ble some of them regarded retreat, every 
one of them expressed the greatest alae- 
ritv to carry out my purposes, and they 
obeved mv onlers cheerfully." 

• • • 

A IIoii|»itul Incitlent. 

There were lady nurses in attendance 
on the iiatiints, who followed — let us be- 
lieve, as 1 ilo, out of some higher motive 
than the mere dtsire of human praise — 
the ex'imple of Miss Nightingale. I loi- 
tered behind in the rooms, asking niany 
«|iicsti.)ns i-es|K'ciing the nationality of 
the men. iu which tiie members of the 
Sanitarv Commission took no interest, 
and I was just turning into ane near the 
corner of the p.tssage, when I w.is stop- 
ped by a loud smack. A young Scotch- 
man was ilividing his attention between a 
basin of soup and a demur young lady 
Irniu Fhiladelphia, who was feeding him 
with a spoon, his only arm being tngaged 
ill holding her round the waist, in order 
to juevjiit her from being tired, 1 Jire- 
.Mime. .^liss Rachel, or Deborah, had a 
j.air of very pretty blue eyes, but they 
lla>hcd very angrily from under her trim 
little cap, at the unwitting intruder, and 
then she said in severest tones, ** AVill 
_\ ou take your medicine or not ? " Sandy 
sinile.l, and pntended to be very peni- 
tent. — •• M>f l>ianj Soilliaad Suutli,"' by 
ir. //. nusM-ll. 



.N'w 1:i:ai)Y.— The ItuU'sof I'ractlc* adoptPd 
in ;r.inerat session of tin* Judgos of this State 
ami published by the I'ltKss I'ltlN TIXO CoMI'A.NY, 
ate now ready for delivery— price lifleeu G«iuta 
per vvjiy , or ^l.-'iO JUT dozen. Thesi* rules go into 
olfeot Oil the lir-'t of .Septeiiil>iT, and will have all 
til.' autliorify and fore of law. Kvery lawyer in 
tl." State must have a copy. Keiuiltaiices nuy b« 
i&ade in btiuk notes or postage sUnipg. 



^Uur g^tlrcrti^cmtutju 



CAN GET 



did give them *" Had Columl'ia." They 
were renewing the attack. The Colonel 
braced himself for the shock. Seeing 
his line in fine onler, he thought he woiihl 
exliort them briefly. The rebels were 
coming swiitly. Glancing lii^t at the loe. 
then at the lads, he said tpiietly. '• Now, 
my bovs, liglit for your country and your 
(;od."aiid, rai.-ing his voce lo thunder 
tones, he bellowed in the same bn'ath, 
•• AIM LOW :" Says one of his gallant 
felows, I fancied lor an instant that it was 
a Ireii/.ie.l ejaculation from the piofbund- 
I'st depths of the *• Amen Comer." Any 
dav iioiv you may hear the lads of the 7ih 
roaring, ••Fight for your coutitry and 
vour God — (tiiii Iniv!"' 

\n lri.-»h sollier being hit. turned to his 
ollicer pathetically complaining, •• Lieu- 
tenant, shun- an' I'm hit I" ••What t!ie 



Y " \ 

NKW DRIKD C IIKRRIKS 

NEW DRIED FEACIIES, 
Ni;W DRILD FLUMS. 

NEW DRIED APFLES, 
AND NKW FRESH RAISINS AND 
FIGS, AT 

r. brnaiy Tth, istVl. febS 

~\ FEW BARRELS OF CHOICE 
•Tc*»i ton .^^i>ples, 

AT 



Xli« Xikvy Departnaeiit. 

The London Spectator, one of the 
ablest and most liberal of the of the week- 
ly gazettes of England, though it indulges 
in some flings at Mr. (iideon Welles nuite 
unworthy of it— owing, doubtless, to his 
course in the Trent affair, does snbstan- 
ti.al justice, in the number for January 
loth, to the efliciency and success of his 
management of the Navy Department. 
After stating that the American Navy, 
during the year 1HG2, "has only once en- 
countered the enemy without inunediate 
and striking success "—the failure referr- 
ed to being the transient triumph of the 
Merriinaein Hamilton Roads — it proceeds 
to remark upon the vigor and ability with 
which the original deficiencies of the na- 
val arm h.ad been supplied. It says : j 

Mr. (Jideon W' elles set hiiiisi It to reni- 
edv the delu-iency. After summoning all 
our sijuatlrons, and seeing all .Southern 
ofliiers prefer the States to the nation, 
he hail but one resource, ami that one he 
employed. There was no time to use the 
dockyards, even had they been in a <'on- 
dition to remler effective service. There 
wa.s no possibility of building, cajituiing, 
or hiring, so Mr. Gideon Wellis, like 
any other man in a hurry, bought any 
ready-m.ade article he lould obtain, often 
exceedingly bad, ami always excessively 
dear. Still the things wanted were ]iui- 
eliased at rates comparatively lower than 
those our own goverument has olten jiaid, 
in the enormous i|uantities reipiiie.l, and 
on the waters where their absence had 
been so urgently felt. The task was ter- 
ribly hard, lor the governmt'iit reipiired, 
without notice or preparation, that th« 
(h'partment should perlbrm three sejiarate 
tasks, each of which faxes to the utmost 
every government save that of CJreat 
Britain. 

Mr. Welles, or bis vnihra, had to pro- 
vide, first, a fleet suflicient to maintain the 
blockade ol a few thousand miles ol coast ; 
secondly, a transjiort serviee able to con- 
vey troops in armies of thirty or fifty thou- 
sand men ; and thirdly, a lighting navy, 
able to hold its own on some ten thou- 
sainl miles of rivt-r, both banks of which 
were in the enemy's hands. Without pre- 
paration, with a fleet which Denmark or 
Spain would have blown out of the water, 
and amidst a torent of obliipiy pouring 
u; on his department, Mr. V»elles,or this 
aid-de-camp of his supplied them soeflei- 
tually, that with cotton worth "thie*- jiri- 
c«'s." not a thousand bales lltive reacheil 
England, that five armies have betn con- 
veyed in sali'ty to their jioints of attack, 
and that Mr. .Jefferson Davis would wil- 
lingly give an army to destroy the gun- 
boats < n the Weitern waters. Hon. mem 
bers may snifL and talk of green wood 
ami contracts, but that result is a remark- 
able one lor any nation to have attaine<l. 
Our Admiralty, of course, is jierfect, for 
has It not a Duke at its head? but still, 
three years ago, that great and swift de- 
partment would have been puzzled to 
blockade all Europe without a warning, 
being exactly one-third of the task im- 
posed on Mr. Gideon Welles. 



WHEEILER &, WILSOWS SEWINOMACHI^VI^ 



as 



MERIT ALONE MAKES A SEWINfi MACHINE VALUABLE. 

The People are perceiving that 
GMowing Itepresentations* ax-e not ^lerit. 

That it is oconomy and wisdom to purchase only Sewing Machines of known pnvcti^il utility. 




^"■nu- w'ilKKF.KK & WILSON MACHINES are right, and if they do notop^'rato well it is U'ca^sa 
people an; not fully instructed in their use. 

rt-'Al.I. MACIIIXKS AUK WAItnASTKI), AN1> FILL IXSTl'.Un IONS 01X1^^..^ 

All persons owning WllKKI.KIt & WILSO.V MACIIIXKS can 'f ve llmm propc-rlv ai^iis^^^^^^^ 
full instructions Kiven in tb.ir use, tree of charge, by calling at the \\ iKbLLK X. \>ii.^-'-> 
li» lU.M.S, iu the Grecnleaf Ulock, Third street, a few doors below the 1 osi Olliti!. 



r^. >X. .TOH^VHOTV, jS.uei\t. 



!«f. rani, Feb. lOtli, IS63. 



lebll-lf 



s 



T 



T J^ T E ]VI E jST 

OK Tin: COXDTITOX OF TIIK 

I^tlCElVIX F'IR.E IIVSUIt^IVCE CO., 

OF BROOKLYX, XEW YOKK, 

On tlic First Day of .January, 1S63, 

Made to the Treasurer of the State of Minnesota, pursuant to the Statute of that State. 



N.VMK .VSD I.O« ATn>X 

I'fhe Cotn: 
Insurance Company 



The name of the rotnjMiny i* the " riwnix Fire | _„,„...,,■,-. ^,,, ,„„, 
- and is located in the city i S^W^*. '^•'"> * '"-"•J"- 



MlseKI.I.AXKlUS. 

The jfreate.et amount insured by any one ri.-<lc, 

lly ijf lo.ObO. 
■J he Ki-eatest amount allowed bv the niles to be 



tile iu thu Treasurer's (ilbce of Minnesota. 

hTErHKN ClJtiWhl.L. I'res't. 
l'llll..VXDElt bll.VW.S.'crefai-y. 



oV lii-oLklyn. county of Kings, Mate ofNew .J»X"n anyone":^;: mwn;;; Vi'la^': is'.,;^ 

*«*'•♦• flxi'd, tj<'lilR governed Uv the clniructer "iid coi:- 

c.M'nAT.. I struction of the buildings and the facilities for 

The uiannnt of its Capital Stock $'-*00,Oi)n.no , extinKuisbiiiK lires. , , . ,. 

The iiiiioiint of its Capital Stock paid up •-•00,000.00 The jcreate.-i amount allowed to be insured in any 
Amount of surplus ou hand .lauuary 1, onu blink, is governed by the character ai.d coll- 
ie,;.; I'jr ,'.1X4.85 I struction of tue same, so as lo avoio ui.c.ue cju- 

Totaluiiiount of capital and surplus... 3-'r,is4.!^J : centration. ,..,,. 

. . ..._,^ I This Coinpanv was incorporated under 1 be (jcn- 

"^ '"'• , ^ o ..- r,. ! «•«' Insurance" Law of tlie State of -New York, 

Cash in Hank and on hand S'^a.-H, .oJ* I „,„j obtained its cburjcter or act < f incorp.iration 

Keal Kstate uniucumlM-red, owned by ^ September i», Is.Vi, an atte•^ted copy <.f which is ou 

tlio Com|ianv 1,141.33 • — • • - <- »if- . . •_ 

IJonds and mortgages, being lirst liens 

on prejierty in IJrooklyn and New 

York, worth, in each case, from .'"•O to 

loo per cent, more than the amount 

loaned lS9,i>'-'C.50 

Loans on demand, secured by pledges of 

good r»ank and other corporation 

stoirk s as collaterals 3'',722.00 

L'npaid lire premiums, in the course of 

cllection, all considered good * 

Iliiis receivable for prewiuius ou inland 

navigation risks 12,570.72 

rreiniums on inland navigation risks in 

bunds of Agents 3,170.(K 

Interest onbonilMind loans, accrui-d but 

not due, and all drawing at the rale of 

7 Jier cent 6,500.C0 

Itank or other corporation stock owned 



CriY' OF UltOOKLYV, ( , 
County of Kings, ) ' ' 
I'ersonally appeared, this -JOth of .laniiarT, IWV., 
Stephen Crowi'll, I'resideiit, and I'liilander Shaw, 
- 5ki; -8 I .Secretarv, of the Pho-ni.v Fire Insura-'ce Ci iii- 
' '''°^'° paiiy, of Krooklyn, Xew York, and severally made 
oatli that the above statement, by them subscri- 
bed, is correct and true to the best of their 
knowledge and belief. 

[I.. sTi E. ^V. CUOWELL, 

Notary Public, Kings County, X. Y. 



bv the Company. 
Alf other securliies. 



. n*«,,ViO.0O 
. U,5t)0.20 : 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, 

TUE-XSlltlill'S <IKH< K. 



Total Assets of the Company . 

i.i.vi»ii.rrii-.s. 

Lo-^ses adjusted and due. Fire 

•' " " Marine.. 

Eo.-seD adjusted and not due. Fire. 



The riiucnix Fire In.-ur.-.nre Coirpany, o 
.5?327,''S4.t>J I iJrooklvn, New York, having fiilly comj.lied 
i with the reijuirements of an act eutitliU "yu 
act to amend an set entitled an act to regu- 



. Nothing. ! i:,(,. Jn.-urancf Companies not incorper:it< d bv 

.Nothing, the blHte of Minnesota, ■' approved Ibe si.X'li 

Nothing, j ,|;,y of February, one thou>and ei.sbt hnii- 

Mariiie Nothing. > ,|,vd and sixtv; I hereby certify that said 

Losses tina.ljiistfd and in suspense, await- 'Company is aiitlioriz'jd to transact business in 

ing proofs, Fire $13,!>-.;5.00 | this State, 

Do do Jlarine -.vv 000.00 | ^vitness my hand and seal at the citv of S.alnt 

Losses claimed but resisted by the com- I'aul this third dav of F.bruary, omi'ihousiiud 

lAiny , t uv. x*I '{.'I^' eight hundred and si.My -three. 

lAi do .Marine Nothing. = ',,.^ c/-iii.i.-i.-i-i» 

All other claims agaiujit the ComiMiny None. [si;.Vl..j e HAS. .^CIlKt f KK, 

" ! Mate Iroasurer. 

Per J. U. I'o'.vKU, Deputy. 



♦ » ♦ « » 



Total liabilities... 



feb('»-2w 



, tU.-J-'S.OO j 

THEO. E. BOIMJP, 

Agent, St. Paul. 



febS 



I'UTXAM'S. 



«.%ITKU HTATKtt I1.4I.E. 



Commarcial. 

At. Paul .llMrkvt. 

St. r.M;i , .Mi.N-x., Feb. U, 180.1. 

T'lie markets seemed telenible active yestenlay, 
as the snow has bad a ;,'ood effect on imports, 
which teeiii to have incr« ii.s<'d over last week. 

Wheat has receded in price alMUt as rapidly a.A 
it rose, owing to the teini)orarvc.\citement in the 
C!iicago and Milwaukee market'^ (which Inflated 
the prices lierej having ,-ubsidcd. Yesterday, .>»,>c 
might be calleil a top ti; ure for No. 1— a decline 
of l.Sc under tlie closing rates of last week. 

Fork transactions wer«! uot large, or freijueut 
A few lots sold at S:!.JO. 

llay is a shade l;>wer Ibis week, comiBaudiug 
$10 IC ton. 



BTJSINKsJS 



LO CAr. 8 



OUR HOUSE, THIUD STREET, OPI'OSITE 

AR.MOKY H.Vl.I., IL F. 1 . VlTT, PUOVKIETUR.— 

This old established house is in full operation, 
and is prepared to furni h meal.s at all hours ot 
the day or night. The I ar is supplied with the 
Tery best li<iUors. The arder is always fiill. Oys- 
ters at °JJ and :iO cents per dozen, llot ColTce, 
Steiiks, Stc, Lc. Give me a call. 
febiO-dly H. F. E. VlTT. 



FitKSH Oystkks— Ju«t received, and will be 
received dully. Also, Boiled Chicken, Steaks, 
Veal Cutlets, Ham and Kggs, served up in the 
best manner. Liquorsuud Wines of all kinds. At 
the Uld Napoleon Kestaarant, opposite the Ame- 
ior.n Uo-ase. 

•14-am F. .V. UEITZ, Proprietor. 



L " ■'' 



WANTED 



.\ lot winted— vacant, or with business house 
on it, on Third street -iH'tween Waljashaw and 
.lackson-sts. Address Box V7i>, stating lowest 
cash priuu and locati ia jau 13-U' 



il^ are ymi iloiii;; tin re. then .'"' i-e.^-poiiil- 
eil the l.iiiitenant, takin;: Pat 'iv the eo!- 
lar an<l ejeetin^^ him lioin the ratiks. 
"(let Diit ol tluit, arnl j;ive a better man 
\oiir phu-e." 

The (leneral ( nninianilinj.; ilisphneil a 
il'stressinj; laeiillv lur keepii:;^ in hot 
plaee.s. After several easnr.lities in the 
stall", ami while missiles were llvin:; almoin 
pioiiiiMiioiislv, one ol the .Viii.s moilestly 
askeil him, **l)o yon think it ri^'lit to ex- 
pose your life so. Sir?" The (lineral re- 
plieil liy ilashinj; into a hutter place to 
eorreet an ali;,'iiiiient ami reu' ilate a hat- 
lery whieh \.-as liriiio; rather reekless y. 
He' was suihlenly eheeked i>y a re^riniei.t 
drawn .icross the tiehl. The nun were 
prone Kii their hellies, ami .-^everal n hel 
iiatteries were I'in^iinj; shot ami shell all 
around them. The (Jeneral thnnglit it a 
jrood oppiirttinity to makf a speeih to 
them. Although a line talker, he is not a 
linished orator. I»iit he j» rks out seiiten- 
les that are not easily ini.siiiidersti»oil. 
The battle lield, the orator, and tlie audi- 
enee jire.si'iited a sinj;iilar .sjieetaele. 

>Vhen the ( ienerali;'.ddie.>sed the men, 
e.aeh elevated his head Irom the j^roiind, 
turning his i'. X' toward the eonmiamhr. 
" Men," said he, *' do you want to know 
how to he t.afe':* If yon ilo, shoot low I 
Kire at their thins. IJut do yon want to 
know how to be safest of all? I'll tell 
you. (iive them a blizzard ri;,dit at their 
shins at short range, and then let them 
have the bayonet. I s.tv I"' The (Jeneral 
thinks a "blizzard" at short range a verv 
good thing. 

Lienf. Willie Porter of the fJeneral's 
St.tiT, a promising youth of eighfein or 
nineteen suinuiers, amused us by his sniit/ 
t'roid. When he mounted in the morning 
he filled the CJeiieral's haversaek with lun- 
eheon, and threv^ it over his own shoul- 
der. During the day a shell exploded in 
the midst of the Stall". \ fragment of il 
struek between Porter's side and the hav- 
ersaek, bruising him severelv, and tear- 
ing ojien the haversaek. The luncheon 
tumbled to the ground. "There," said 
Porter, with a droll grimaee, unmindful cl 
his own narrow eseape, " all the dinner's 
gone." 

The rebel cavalry having jilayed havoe 
with our trains from >i'a.shville, siibsist- 
enee in some of the brigades became 
scarce. We had captured some hundretls 
of prisoners on Wednesday. Thursday 
niorningthey were huii;^ry. The captives 
were notified that they must eat corn, and 
it was furnished accordingly. The rebels 
accepted it good naturedly, saying thev 
were "d — d sorrv now that our lellers 
cut up your [Union] trains." Some of 
our own men even were glad to get 
parched corn, and some of Uousseau's 
command carved steaks from horses slain 
in the battle, and after broiling them on 
the coals, ate them approvingly. 

The operations ot hospital attendants 
l)etween the hostile lines the light was 
progressing on either side of them, was a 
curious battle picture. Dozens ol tUem 



■It'ailqnurtrni. Uiatrict of Minuraotta, 
■>«*Iiur(iu«nt of tke ^'orthweat. 

S.MNT P.U I.. Feb. 'J, IBtVl. 
[SIMHI.M. ollliKi: NO. lllO.l 

The fiiI!o\\iiig jiroperty bi'Iongiiig to Inmates 
of 111.' Iniiiin Camp at K<>rf SHelling, will Im' sold 
at 1-' oVlo.U .M. on TfK.sDAV NE.Xf. FEB 
i;i .\KV loili, by Lieut. .McKusick, under th« di- 
rei'ii'iii of C<d. Crooks, Comniandiiig: 

.\iii>' (.1' Horses, tHenty-eighi (->) Oxen; 

Fort)-J|iree (|:!) Wajjoi'is ; 

riiirlv ^:..') Log Chaiiii. 

I ill' sale will b.' made for the iH'neflt of the in- 
dli iiliial'.- owning the property, and the proceeU.« 
paid o\er to them after ileductiiig the actual cost 
of -ale. 

Ity coinmnnil of 
Bi;i<:ai>ikk Uk.nku.\i. II. H. Siui.ky. 
K. C. OLIX, 

febr 2t A, A. A. G. 

ISS GILL'S SCHOOL FOR 
VOUXO LADIES. 

The riiird Term of tin- Seventh Annual Ses- 
sion will commence on MONDAY, FEBKUAUY 
'.nil. i.--.t. 

I'LKMs. — .Iiiiiior and Senior Dei>artment $10 per 
tiriii; I*riniary,$.j per term. febl-lw 



rpAP.SCOTTS KMKiRATlOX AND 

A- K.\<'HAN(;E OFFICE, 

Xo. t»0 Hottth'>Nt., Mew York. 

For LinrKISS of Ciri'.DIT and DltAJTS ou 
an I I'A^.'sAOE.'^ toiuid from ENGL.tND, lUE- 
L.V.NDand .SCOTLAND, apply to 

TAPSCOTT BU'MHEUS ft CO., 

feb4-nmw No. W> .South-st.. Nfw York. 



F 



LOUR, 

At Wholesale and Retail. 

Exti'a and Doublo Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT TIIK 

Oannoxi Falls ]\Xills, 

SUPEUIOU TO ANY OTHER BRAND IN 

THLS MARKET. 

AL^o, FEED for sale at tho 

ELOIJR WAREHOUSE 
or 

c »r. bicoom:x3, 

Third-st., between .lackson and Robert-sti. 

jaiiol-ly 



Tb« XvM Vork Ttnira om Mr. Cired- 
!«>>'• Xk»or.r of «li«- War. 

We are aware that ^Ir. (Jreeley has 
come to some very distinct and very ex- 
traordinary conclusions in regard to the 
pending contest against rebeilion. He 
believes tliat it should be ended by spring, 
with victory on our jiart, if we can achieve 
it, and by conct'ding the indeiiendenee of 
the C'onrederacy if we cannot. We dilfer 
from him t<>t<> rtilo on this subject. We 
believe that with proper vigor at W-isli- 
ington, with proper skill and resolution 
on the part of our commanders, and with 
proper co-operation on the part ol their 
suVfortlinates, we can compur the rebel 
armies before the first of May. But 
whether we do or not, the irar must i/o 
itn until the nbellion i.s ninqiureiJ.. There 
is no .ilternative. If every dollar in t e 
Treasury were spent to-morrow, — if ev- 
erv man in the armies shotihl be dis- 
charged to-morrow, — if the "Pe.ice Deiii- 
Dcrats" -were to come into power to-mor- 
row, the war would still go on. We might 
hiive armstices, attempts at peace, poisi- 
blv treaties and agreements : and they 
might bring about a temporary truce. 
Put they could do nothing more. This 
irar i.s'to bej'ovi/ht th)ou<jh. The same 
necessity rests upon us which has con- 
trolled the action and guided the jiolicy 
of every other nation comjielled lo bull'et 
with civil war and struggle for its exist- 
ence. We mnstjifjht till we rnnqner, or 
are conquered. There is no half-way 
house, and there can be no hall-way work 
about it. And he knows little of the 
spirit and temper of our people, who 
dreams for a moment they will shrink 
Irom the sacrifices and snirerings which 
the war involves. They may groan un- 
der them : — lor i)artv purposes or for 
personal ends they may struggle against 
theiii But when the issue comes they 
will meet it. They will never surremler 
— they will never sell or betray their na- 
tional' birthright, and abovt; all they will 
never consent, under any eirenmstances, 
that any foreign Power shall dictate the 
destiny* or decide the fate of this Itepub- 
lic. 11 Mr. Clreeley or Mr. Jewett, or 
Mr. Mercier has any doubt upon this 
point, let them test the temper of the 
people by consummating the intrigue iu 
which they are said to be engaged. 

Xp W . EDDY, 

Gcucztil Oirooox* 



AKD DEALKR IN 

TEE BEST FAMILY PROVISIONS, 

FORT STREET, ST. PAUL, 
Kepps constantly on hand thu best of Sugars and 

ColflMf. 

The choicest Green and Black Teas. 

Stewart's and Belcher's Syrups. 

The best family brands Flour. 

Dried fruits, Pure Wluus, and Liquors for me- 
dicinal purposes. 

The tK'st Dairy Butter. 

l)urktH»'H Spices. 

The celebrated Dandelion Coffee.' 

Lamb's Hams and Ames' Dried Boef. 

Wooden and tlartheu Ware, &c., 
Which will be sold as low as the lowest and d^S 
livered promptly, 

FREE OF CUARGE. 

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OF THE CONDITION OF TJIK 

OF NEW YORK, 
On the First Day of January. 1863, 

Mad' to the Treasurer of the State of Minnesota, pursunnt to the Statute of that State. 



NAME AND LOCATION. 
T!ie name of this Company is tho Home Insurance Company, incorporated In 1SJ3, and located in 
th • city of New York, 

CAPIT.VL. 

The capital t*f said Company, actually paid up In ca.-^h, is *''^?|^'P'j*;-''* 

The surplus ou the 1st tiay of January. 1»(W o. o ,'.^K».i>t 

$l,o:0,'>K}.ui 



rplus ou tiiu 1st day oi January. 
Total amount of capital and surplus. 



ASSETS. 



.$i'-':,:s7..>i) 

. -I'.i.T.Vt.ooV 
. 4y,utJ0.iiO J 



.\mount of each in Continental Rank, Xew York 

Anioun« of cash in hands of Agent^, and in course of transmission.. 

Amount of unincumbered real estate, No 4 Wall street 

.\mountuf Inited .States Treasury Notes, 7 .1-10 market value 

Amount of Inited .States Registered Stock, ls81, market value 

Amount of Inited States Regist<'red Bonds, 5--J<i, maiket value 

Amount of Mi.-souri State Bonds. 6 jn'r cent., markit value 

.\mount of North Carolina Bonds, f> per cent., market value 

Amount of Tennes.see Bonds, « per cent., nuirket v:vlne 

Aniount of Ohio, <i jier cent., nwrket value 

Amount of Illinois, (> per wnt., nuirket value 

Amount of Brooklyn City Water Bonds, market value 

A mount of ISaiik Stock, market value • • • 

Amount of loans on bonds and mortgages, biMng lirst lien ol record on uiiiiicuii'.bei.-U 
real estate, worth at least »l,4::5,5oo.tiO— rate of interest 7 per cent ,••••• : 

Amount of loans on stocks and bonds, payable ou demand,— the market > able of securi- 
ties pledged at least *".'7;{,:t."Jl.e0 

.\iiioiiiit of tiovernment stamps ou hand 

Amonnt of inlaiul .salvages, &c.. 

Amount of other miscellaneous items 

Aniount due for premiums on policies issued at oflia- 

.\ mount of bills receivable for premiums on inland navigation risks, &c 

Interest due, and accrued but not due 

Total assets of the Company. .......•«..•• 

LLVUILITIES. 

Amount of losses adjusted, and dueand unpaid 

Amount of losses inciirn'd, and iu process of adjustment 

Amount of losses reported, on which no action has been takdi 

Amount of claims for losses resiste«l by the Company 

Amount of dividends declared and dui and unpaid 

Amount of ilividends, either cash or scrip declared but uot yet due 

Amount of money l>orrowed • 

Amount of all other existing claims agaiust the Comirauy 



B 



AL MORAL SKIRTS, 



Balmoral Sltirts, 
SILK STRIPED. 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to tho city, Just received by Ex» 
press. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley's Hoop Skirts." 

Including the favorite brands " Pride of the 
World," " Favorite Diamond," " Immovable 
Taiic," I.nce tiore, and a great variety of other 



styles, at 
decir-tf 



UOCIAX * CAMP'S. 



Xy ILL I AM D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELTX>R AT LAW 
8T. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
BRKFKBKNCCS : 

Hon. Geortre Opdyke, ...New York Citv 

John <J. Treadwefl, Albany, New \ork 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D Albany, New lork 

Hon. R. A. Law, ^V , .f**A, .'" 

Geo. S. Blanchard Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chase, McKlnney and Moor* Boston 

l«lldaullmfcwlvw 

"vr O T I C E . 

Land Warrant No. lOO.OCO— 100 acres, issued to the 
widow of Jacob Furmnn or Farnuin, deceased, 
which .»'a» duly sold and transmitted to us and 
mailed to our addr«>ss at Saint I'aul, Minnesota, 
from Lyons, New York, on or about the lOth of 
VuEUst last, has never reached us, but was lost in 
transmission through the mails. Now, notice is 
given, that we have Hied a Caveat against the 




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•SON 
HORACE TUOilPSON. 



$181,«1 23 
^^,.^7.0• 
5o,r,'J..VJ 

J'-'.-tOO.lSi 
O.'.HJO.OII 

ll.soo w 
Hi,;iw.oo 

^.'l.l^XI.IJW 
ll,-IWl»J 

ioi,:to.uo 

•J, '.W IW 
]s,S!o.ii;| 
15,7o.' ."■.'7 

'i\,:>\\.7K> 

.!?i,74(;,4i;o.(>s 

None. 

JijO,0-'51.5S 

ii.Mie.uo 

i:t,i:i:!.i»<i 

:.s-,'.oo 

None. 

None. 

None. 

Total aniount of losses, claims and liabilities $i:^.,r.4it.(V| 

The jrrentest amount insured on any one risk is $:5«,0(Ki, but will not asa general rule exceed SH '.000. 
TUe < lompany has no general rule as to the amount allowed to Im- insured in aiiy city, town, viltape 

or block being governed in this matter, in each case, by the general chamcter of buildings, width of 

streets, facilities for putting out tires, &c. 
An attested copy ofthe charter or actof incoriioration accompanied a previous annual statement. 

STATE OF NEW YORK, ( „, 

Citv and Countv of New lork, ) 
Charles .T. Jliirtin I'reshlent, and John McGee, Secretary of the Home Instirance Company, being 
severallv and' duly sworn, de}io.se and sav, and each for himself says, that the foregoing is a true, full 
"ud correct stateiuent of the affairs of tuc said Corporation, and that thrv are the alnivo described 
olficers thereof (Sigui'd.) CHARLES J.'WAiniN, I'resideut. 

(Signed.) JOHN McOHEE, Secretarv. 

Subscribed and sworn, before me, this 24th day of January, .\. o., mKl. 
[L. s.] (Signed) ^ J. U. WASHBURN, Notary Public. 

Know all men by these presents, that the Home Insurance Company, of the city of New Yorl:, do 
hereby authorize any and all agents that said Company has or may hereafter have'or appoint in the 
State of ^Iinnesota,'for and on behalf of said Company, to accept and acknowledge service of all 
process, whether mesne or final, in any action or proceeding against said Company, in auv of the 
• ourts of said State. And it is hereby admitted and agreed that said service ofthe process aforesaid, 
shall be taken and held to be valid and sufficient in that behalf, the same as if served upon said Com- 
pany according to th* laws and practice of said State, or any other State; and all chiinis or right of 
error by reason of the manner of such »ervice,i8 hereby expressly waived and relimiuishcd. 

Witness our hand and seal of the Company, this •.•4th day of January, isiu!. 
[L. s.l (Signed.) CHARI>S J. MARTIN. President. 

(Signed.) JOHN McGEE, Secretary. 

STATE OF MINNESOTA, Tkkasif.ek'.s Orrn k. 
The Home Insurance Comnany, of New York, having fully complied with the reiiuirements of an. 
act entitled an " Act to regulate insurance Companies not incorporated by the State of Minne.sota," 
approved the sixth day of February, one thousand eight hundred aud sixty; I hereby cextitV that 
said company is authorized to transact business in this State. 



rcasarer. 



Witness my hand aud seal at the city of St. Paul, this :td day of February, 1863. 

CHARLES SOHEKFER, State T 
feb6-2w Per J. B. 1*0 WEB, Deputy. 




POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 

DKALEBS IK 

China. GS-lass & Orockerv 

PLATED WARK, 
TABLE CUTLKKT. 

House Fumiwliins: Goodi» 

of every deacriptlon. 
ROBERT STREET, St. Paul, Miaa. 
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ANTED 



Two experienced MOULDERS. None other* 

need apply. Apply to 

"W / *-y' SCOTT & MORGAN, 

jau2»-'>'w ' *»t» Anthony. 



TF YOU WANT TO GET THE 

PRETTIEST BALMORAL SKIRTS. 

You ever saw, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMFS. 

If jrou want to get tbe 

Best Hoop Skirt, 

Yott ever had, go to 

HOGAN & CAMFS. 

If you want to get the 

Hanclsomest I>i*cms, 

la town, go to 

HOGAN & CAMFS. 

la fact, anrthing you want to buy in the Dry 
Qoods Line. 

HOGAN & CAMFS 
dee27-tf i| f /« place to buy it. 




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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME III. 

She cJatut aJuul irc$$. 

X. J- : I L- ]i '.;' r !;.n a l:iri;.'r lUily, Tri-Weekl} 
: ., I V. . ..;y lirftiUtlou tltauaiiy olli«*r in Mliiiif- 

. , 1. 1 ■ .h • ■.■l'.>ri> pr.-.-titt iihlurirr.iMiti to ail- 

- .. 'MI, I KK'W. KKUUrAUY i:!. 



S^VI:N^T I:>^UL, FRIDAY, FEBRUA.TIY i:l, 1863. 



ISrXJJSlBEK 42. 



X\x .tiinioii i.-. becoming al.mningly 

J»f<.-V.i. 



v.. a tliL* cause of tLc ooiuitr; is 

.. . , \'..:;:;illv k'st in till' attitude" ol 
;!.(• Ni'ihtin l>0!no'rat y, an<l that tlu^ 
ir:iii::.^n ^l' r^^-'^^^' .li-K.yalty x%luoli 
j!:»im-> ui.l L.-- ' " t!. ■ C onKrhcad Log- 

.:,.,. tlio Northoni BoriliT State? 

i.- .: s;;!.-tr;'tum ot national baseiu'ss 
:uiai>a..Ilaiii:iiity at tW toiii..latloii ut tlu- 
.'over.tsiicia which a.<sur»s \U ilowiilall. 



iilal 
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... N> rth. naitc'l and ardent. 
; Ii lathiifiasui and confident ol 
. l.:is leea haiUcd -stop hy stop in 

111- oK con.jvtojt by tho inlerior 
.t the South, how hoin-Ies*. it is 

! •.>! be the slr.:.:gle when thi- 
:• divid.d against it>clf. di-;iritvd 
rses. and iiearlv e.\hal:^led in re- 



v.nilil indeed lie reason for thi' 
.. :ud d.'s}>air .it the prospe^;! be- 
mural "icnauts ot tlir 
>.i:ne to liay as tin-y w.-n- 
v.\!i' ti:;hti:ig now as we 



It tiie 

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; . '.un>t auniteil SontL agam.-t 
>..l:it ot the North itself, i^jaiiist 
(lolanl against humani'y. 

r.at thoeondltloni of the stru-gle are 
chanz' d >Inec the llrst day «1 
.lir.i.'.r.. Thar 0:1- wall y^i partition 
ivlii- ii V.Tti'i.'I t!..- ^outh impregiiably 
.,,;; .• ... wi-ak cunser>ati.-;n of tl.c 
North !i.is talien fiat Uioie the bla>t o: 
the mighty trninpet wi;i.!. gath. rs tie 
vulee* ot t'ae -ojd and gn-at K^,i ail ages 
:ui.l v^wcy tlum b>rti» in the 
I,:- ,)S t:.»- rri.->ldeni'.> proela- 
'.. abolition ol .■■lavcry on tie 
ap.tin'ntt. 



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.i«i'«i, at la.-t. tliank (lod 



. ■ • - ,,; li.^. monstrous cheat and lie ol 
.; \ .. , . irr.eoneilcable opposite-: lor 
a , v.u.t.ioniise of tire and water— of Il.Ii 
and It.av.r— : i^t.-.gres»ion and pr.- 

, ,, jt ^lio lJ:a ci-.'.f.iry and tl-c I'Jth 

— ,-: ti.v rt-t;-; ;:ve di-:-po:i>ni nl >bvery 
and the exi.au.ivc s. li-d.velopment ot 
|;:„.;.tv— ofthecondlti •u-utanaristoerati.-^ 
,.:,;. ';;.o clc.u.nts of a tree society. 
1: ■ .. 1 ;^cr, t'nercfuro. a mere contest 
1,1 iilivs.cai lon-cs in whicli the defensive 
attitu'le of the >outh -ivcs it advantages 
which make np a ;hou-and-foId for its in- 
icno:-::-.- in numbers. It is no longer 
brute ag..':.~-^ brute and steel against steel. 
r ,_ 1 -T . ■ -'•'-•- '"■■-ht with all hnnnuity 
nn.l hi-tory and civilization at our back — 
1 .inot.licl in the whole armor of (iod. 
iVc ar.- lighting no longer .against the 
South, but :iL'a;n?t an aristocracy, not 
airai'ist a 1 • :'•■ hut against a cla>s. 
liabr the prjclanKition we have become 
tuti champions, nd only ot the servde. 
but of all t'.ie non-ilaveholding classes ol 
the Sonthern States, against the rebel 

iiier.ir>--r. . ... 

It was an inevitable necessity d this 

a'..inb-»;inient ot the narrow ground ot 

;•• .. i..-.- Stile neutrali.y, that , the J.ro 

slavery elements of the North should fall 

otT Irom a support of the Atliuinijtration. 

and s-.'Ize it as a pretext for organizing 

I'.eoppr iiion they always felt to the war. 

We h.iv. in -nnvd a temporary politi'-al 

dlvisir.u . ■. t:,. N. rth. in order to etloct a 

radical s > ■• -1 ''..>ision of the South. 

We have I. -t a f.w thousand Jlunkeyj 
an 1 ]>chi'- ":.-■' v. h • nev.r were or would 
• M.c :• ca ot any service to the national 
vanse, and have gained several million 
xealoii3 and devoted allies in the very 
canip ot liie meniy. 

The negro is the Nemcsi.s of tTio cn>is, 
and we have gat him on our side. And tlli^ 
wrctehi-d, ebony, thick-lipped, llat-nosed, 
u j..l/y-hea'lcd negro, in all his s.jualor 
uii'l ignorance aii'l stu[)idity is to-day a 
Power in the lan.l greatt-r than all its 
i \jpj)erhead Legislatures and I'eaoe ("on- 
ventions. There are, in him, the elements 
ot a mighty revolution — a revolution 
whi'ti is accomplishing itself silently .as 
th ■ ic- lajlti in the river. The whole 
inditarv and social organization of the 
South rests upon this dissolving base of 
ic-. To-day it seems lirm and enduring 
.1- a'lamant under the feet of the tyrant-— 
i> It its Iretted edges already j)remonish 
the great vernal breaking-up in whose 
.sudden crash and dissolution the vast 
weight of aristoi-ratic injustice and op- 
pressio:i will sink into everlasting perdi- 
tion. 

. ♦ ■ ♦ « # 

RmoM» ot' .heuiateox. 

Our latest advices from Europe arc of 
the 2oth of Januarv-. 

The Paris correspondent of the London 
Tiiii'-s, statis that he has reason to believe 
thatoliicial instructions have beenscntby 
the French (Jovernment to Washington, 
i!U'^'Te>lInir that Commissioners be dele- 
gated Ijy the Federal (lovernment, and 
by tlic Southern States, who meet on 
neutral ground and eonfi-r together, witli- 
out hostilities being suspended, ao that 
they might advise mutual concessions, 
and effect a reconciliation so desirable for 
the interests ol the world. The Taris 

J*it>js says : 

" \\'.' !ji'lit've tint wo arc ablf to state that tlw* 
<ioviTiiini'Ut of thi- Kmp^Tor Imsafldri'-'sod a coni- 
imi;.icut;oa to tin- «iovi>rnin«^ut at NVushiugtoii, 
ijroposiiis ni»*aii« of arranefmeut bi'twwii the 
b -iiiif*' nil-, «:ii«"li wmild fully ijrot«'ct tlic dig- 
iltv yf i!i„' Aiiu-ricauj.'' 

Le Xoi'l of Brussels, also says that 



'the XEW riSi.lXCE TlEAWinE. 

The Senate yesterday passed the 1 i- 
nanee bill, by the close vote of 2:1 .ayes to 
■J I navs— all the D .inocratic and Border 
Stato'and several Kepublican Sen.ators 
voting in the negat ve. This is the House 
bill, but radically a nended by the Sen.ate. 
in aceordame with the views of Secretary 
L'liase. We believ ? some of the principal 
Icaturcs of the bill may be stated as fol- 
lows : 

First, Tlie Secietary of the Treasury 
;> authorized to lorrow :$L'(m),o(M...mx>. 
Hud issue bonds th Tefor. pay. able in not 
less tluin five nor n^ore than forty years, 
and bearing six per cent, interest. The 
t.onds .are to be disposed of at the discre- 
tion of the Secretary for lawful money of 
ihi United States, or for any eertilicates 
at United States indebtedness, or for any 
oi the Treasury notes heretofore issued 
or whieh m.ay be issued under the provi- 
sions of the act. 

Second, All th. bonds atid Treasury 
notos or United St.des notes issued under 
it. authority shall be exempt from taxa- 
tion, by or under State or municipal au- 
thority. 

Tni'rd, The Secretary has powerto issue 
*400.»KiO,i»«» in Tieastry notes, payable 
in three years, be.iring six per cent, in- 
terest, tlie interest on all notes for less 
:i,nounts than .^I'H' payable .at the niatu- 
,irv thereof, and .n all notes for 8l<"-' 
and upward... at th.^ times authorized on 
heir lace. The int rest upon these notes. 
t.> be p.aid in lawtii: money, the notes to 
i)e of ^uch denomiiutions as the S.-cretaiy 
nav deem expedi-i t. not less than .^H' 
'aJh, and receivable for internal dutus 
ml .Icmand.s .lue to the United States, 
. xcMHing duties on imports, and shall be 
a leg.l tender at their face value, exclu- 
ding iirere.-t, at ll c same extent as Uni- 
ted States notes. 

Fnitrlh, The wh de amount of fraction- 
al currencv. inclm ing postag.' and re\e- 
nue stamps. Is liml:ed to $.-.O.tA«>.U'M.. 

FifVi, One of the most important pro- 
vsions of the bill, is that refpiiring all 
banks, assoeiafio: s. corporations or in- 
dividuals to pay a duty of one per centiuu 
each half year, from and alter April 1 
:iext, upon thea%erage amount of notes 
.,r bills issued anv'.outstaiuling during the 
sixth months nex'. preced.ng the return 
provided for in the section. 

The bill now goes back to the House, 
out judgins: from the uiportant amend- 
ments made in the Senate, and the close 
vote upon it in th.it body. w« .ihall not bo 
snrprised if it is ^:ill further amended in 
the popular br.anc 1. The State banking 
interest, which bitterly opposes Sicretary 
I base's propo.«iti> n, is much more poten- 
tial in the House than in the Senate. 



I.E4iiil«iI.4TlVE EXC-tn»lo:if TO and contributed to the life of the occasion 



THE F.ll.L.«i or UT. A.liT110."«V. 

The dinner, supper and ball got up by 
the citizens of Minneapolis and St. An- 
thony, to which the members of the Leg- 
islature and State ofiicers were invited, 
came ulf on Wednesday last. 

At half-past twelve M., the special train 
on the St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, 
having on board the ('lovcrnor. Lieuten- 
ant (.lovernor. Secretary of State. State 
Auditor, Adjutant (leneral. State Li- 
brarian and nearly all the members and 
odleers of both branches of the Legisla- 
ture, besides several ladies anil distin- 
guished citizens, to the number of about 
one hundred, left the footof Sibley street 
in this city, en route for the scene ot fes- 
tivities at tlie twin cities lying at each side 
of the head of navigation. 

The train .arrived at St. Anthony at a 
little past one o'clock where they found 
the committee of arrangements from 
Minneapolis in attemhincc with a 
large number of sleiuhs to eon- 
vev their guests across the river, 
and show >hem their beautiful town and 
water power. The jirocession iuimiiere«l 
nearly t\.-enty sleighs, which going up 
through the main street of St. Anthony 
cros.*ed the river on the ice and then went 
all rouiiil. thrvuigh and over the town of 
.Minneapolis, viewing thi- principal sight--, 
and the many elegant residences of the 
well-to-do citizens of our neighboring 
city. 

A.li r :hi.-» interesting feature had beer, 
gone thro.igli with, the procession halted 
at the Nicollet House, where a magnifi- 
.•ent bar.'piet had been jn-cpared by mine 
host Chase of that popular hotel, to whi<l. 
the ;:uests sat ilown at three o'clock. Tlu 



' ■• 1 over bv V. 11. v.. 



Gf.x. B.vnks has been obliged to give 
the rebels in New Orleans assurances, in 
t'le shape of general orders, that they 
are not at liberlj to do a.-* they please 
when Butler's baci is turned. He tried 
the elfect of relaxation from Butler's iron 
rule, but the impl cable creatures did not 
understand but what they were licensed 
to "^o on as they commenced with Butler. 
So Banks has issued au order making an 
assesstnent for thi^ relief of the suffering 
poor of New Orb ans ; another for the en- 
forcement of the Confiscation Act 
bv the Provisimal District Court; 
and a third providing -'that offensive 
personal demonstrations, by language or 
conduct, of any character, by persons of 
any class whatever, with the intention of 
giving personal otFense, or tending to dis- 
turb the public p. ace, are forbidilen, an<l 
will be puniihe.lulth relentless severity." 
The latter order provides that *' parents 
will be held responsible for the respect- 
ful conduct of tin ir rhildren."' ^ 

TiiK importaiK e of the capture of Port 
Hudson, may be judged from the fact that 
the rebels receive at that locality, all 
their provisions by way of lied River, 
where they have i number of large steam- 
ers in use, trai sporting supplies and 
troops. Liimen>e <piantities of beef and 
grain, by such means, are carried out of 
Texas, and go far to supply all the rebel 
troops in the Mississippi valley. Late 
advices from Ne^*r « )rle.ans bring the dis- 
agreeable tidings that Gen. Banks has re- 
turned to that city, from Baton Rouge, 
the base of openuions against Port Hud- 
son, and that the attack on the latter 
place has been postponed for the present. 
We presume as soon as that canal at 
Vicksburg is completed, an<l a part of 
(Jrant's army an 1 Porter's gunboat licet 
ev.ade the rebel blockade, the enterprise 

will be resumed. 

_- » ■ » » ♦ 

— About a w( ek since an election was 
held in Wheeliog for municipal officers. 
By remarkable efforts the Anti-New- 
State ticket wai elected, by about ."><>0 
majority. This t cket was, of course, sup- 
ported by the Copperheads, Secession- 
ists, tS:c. On Friday last, an eleeion was 
held in the same city to fill a vacancy in 
one of the city ofBees. The party who 
succeeded the M ondav previous nominated 
their candidate, and headed the ticket 
"Anti- Abolition ticket." A large vote 
was cast and thi: "Anti-Abolition" ticket 
was defeate«l by 219 m.ajority. 



Wk are pained to learn that Hon. Jared 
Benson, of Anoka county, has lost a lit- 
tle son by that dread scourge of children, 
diptheria, and that another of his little 
France has proposed the convocation of' ones lies dangerously ill of the same dis 
an American Peace Congress. 

But, notwitLstanding all these ru- 
mors of French intermeddling, the Lon- 
don Times cannot perceive tliat our 
national troubles are approaching a ter- 
mination. 



ease. We trust he may be spared another 
so heavy affliction. The deceased son 
of Mr. Benson was bright and intelligent 
beyond his years, and this loss will be 
deeply felt by tbe afflicted friends . They 
have our sincere sympathy. 



least was presc'cc 

Cornell, Kscp, who in a few well-chosen 
remarks welcomcil the distinguished 
guests to the festivities of tiie occasion. 
it was t'.io llrst time the Legislature as a 
bo.lv and the Executive department had 
ever visited any locality outside the Cap- 
ital, and this great honor was therefore 
the more highly appreciated. 

The dinner was at once substantial ami 
elegant. Every edible whiLh the country 
and the season afforded, the table was 
loailed with, and prepared, too. in the 
most p.".!atable and tjnipting form. Of 
course the amplest justice was done by 
it. for legislators are human, with appe- 
tites and passions like other people, and 
il the food did not all disappear, it was 
on account of the limited "range of ca- 
pacity" of the legislative and executive 
stom.achs. 

THE rO.VSTS. 

As soon as the substantial part of the 
feast w.asover, the intellectual, consisting 
of toasts and speeches came next in order. 
The first toast was. 

7hc Governor ot' Minnesota. 
This was rcspcndid to by Gov. Pi.imsey. 
in his usual felicitous style. His remarks 
on the rapid advance ot our State since 
1S41>, when the whole population did not 
number half as many as are now in the 
ranks of our regiments, fighting the ene- 
mies of the Union, were appropriate and 
impressive. The second regular toast 
was 

The Legislature of Minnesota. 
This w.as responded to by Lieut. Gov. 
Donnelly in a very humorous manner, 
lie said that the peojile of the twin cities 
had discovered the true method of reach- 
ing the reason and consciences of legisla- 
tors, and that was by the alimentary 
cmal. At the conclusion of his remarks, 
he offered the following volunteer senti- 
ment : 

Tut Twix-CiTir.sorTin: F.m.i.s 01 .»*t. Ax- 
TiloNV : ro!<.sL<spil, in the energy and ontt-rpris.- 
of thoir pi^oiilo of the truo foundation of w»>;illli, 
and in tliiir luagnificont water-powir of it< iu- 
ritrument, tlii'v uoi'il Imt railroad connection b.-- 
t'.vfi'n the saore-i of L.ike Sup<>ri>>rand the Valli-y 
of the Ipp.T Mijaissipi)!. to make tlum the I'.'r- 
uinfrhaoi of tlio Xe-w World. 

This sentiment was responded to by 
.Messrs. Heaton and Baldwin, of St. Au- 
thonv and ^linncar.olis. The third rega- 
lar to.ast was 

7'he Union — one and inseparable, now 
and J'orevcr. 

This was responded to by three rousing, 
hearty cheers, and by a few patriotic re- 
marks from II. J. Baldwin, Lscj. 
The fourth regular toast was 
The St. Paid and Parijic Railroad. 
This was responded to by E. Rice, 
Estj., the President of the road. He di- 
lated, with some force, on the need of the 
country for railroads, and the great diffi- 
culty of inducing capitalists to take hold 
of the work. But now the St. Paul and 
Pacific Road was a solid institution, a por- 
tion of it was ill active operation, and the 
rest of the work was comparatively easy. 
These railro.ads, said he, belong to the 
people — the people own them. It mat- 
tered not who were the President or the 
the Directors, or whose money built the 
road, or where it came from ; for when 
tlie road was completed, it was a fixture, 
for the use of the people of the countrj-, 
and could never be taken away. 

The tif\h and last regular toast was — 
Ht. Paid. 

This was responded to by Jas. Smith, 
Esq., of this city, iu his usual happy style. 
The regular toasts having been gone 
through with, many volunteer sentiments 
were offered, in response to which, short 
and appropriate remarks were made by 
Judge Atwater, of Minneapolis, Senator 
McKusick, of Stillwater, Messrs. Murray 
and Kidder, of St. Paul, Col. Dane, of 
Le Sueur, Mr. Huey, of Traverse des 
Sioux, and Mr. Smith, of Milwaukee. 



by a few remarks in his peculiar style. 

The irucsts rose from the table about 'o 
o'clock. Shortly af\er, the sleighs were 
ag.ain in attendance,and Judge Atwater an- 
nounced th.at the feelings and consciences 
ol the guests having been appeased, their 
understandings would next be adminis- 
tered unto. This was const rued to mean, 
that haviujr had their dinner and wine, 
the next thing would be a dance. 

.M ST. AXTIIOXV. 

Seven o'clock in the evening foun<l the 
party all over the river at the Winslow 
House, which had been heated up for this 
occasion. They were soon joined by the 
people of St. Anthony, when the large 
dininj: hall ofthat house was thrown open, 
the ladies and citizens introduced to their 
guests, and shortly all became involved 
in the "mazes of the giddy dance." 
Grave Senators "tripped the light 
fant.istic toe,'' with all the ease and " po- 
i'trv of motion" of a connoisseur; " and 
bri 'ht the lami)S shone o'er fair women 
ami fjrcce men." These proceedings 
were interrupted at eleven by the an- 
nouncement ol supper, whi<'h .as a repast 
may be set down as another edition of 
the dinner, with the wine left out and a 
great many women thrown in. NN hen 
this was properly discussed, the com- 
mand was again given : 
•' Oil uith tliedanr.-, lot joy 1n> unroiifino.l ; 

No ^iM.'p till morn, uli.'nyou'h and beauty m^^et 
To chaM- ilie ^'lowiiij? lioiirs with lliinu foi't." 

And this counnand was complied with 
up to half past one o'clock, when the 
train for conveying the guests from the 
Capital was announced to be in waitmg, 
and thev were soon all on board, ami ar- 
rived in this city in due hme. 

Thus closed one of the best got up. 
and most happily executed fetes that it 
has ever been our province to witness. 
This is the beginning of a new era, just 
dawui:ig upon us with the completion of 
railroads. Next year, with the extension 
of the St. Paul and Pacific road, the Leg- 
islature will prob.ably visit St. Cloud, 
v.l.en a "high old time maybe expected. " 
May we be there to see. 



OUR Sl'ECIAL DISPATCHES, 

VIA CUICACiO. 



BY TELEGRAPH. 

Trip ol" tlie C^rieen oF 

tlie AVesit I^elo^v 

>'iel£:i>«l>nr'"f. 



CO.NGRESSIOXAL PROCEEDINGS. 

AV.vsmsoTON, Feb. U. 
[The following ii the conclusion of Wednesday'* 
proceedings.] 

Sknatk.— The consideration of the 
b.ink bill was continued. Messrs. How- 



She Destroys three Rebel 
Steamboats and Cap- 
tures 60 Prisoners. 



IlEIl S.\FE RETURN FROM PORT ilUD- 
J^UN TO THE FEUERAL ARMY. 



Operations Offensive and 
Defensive at Vicksburg. 



affair, the C.ener.al has followed our con- 
convictions of right and wrong : 

Ki:.vi>iir.u:r:-.i:s r.rii Ai^my Ccues, > • 
Mi;sipnis, Feb. ^. ) 

[Genoral OrJors.Xo. l.j 
The Chicago Tina newspaper, pub- 
lished in the city of Chicago, having con- 1 ard, Davis and Carlisle spoke agjiinst it, 
tinned lor a long period of time the pnb- | and Wilson, of Mass., and Doolittle. of 
lieation of f.dse and ealumiiKjn^ articles I ^Visfonsin, sjjoke in favor of it. 
against tlie Presi.lentof the United .States, j The Senate then adjourned with the un- 
giving aid and conilbrt to the public ene- ] derstanding that the vote should be taken 
my, is hereby sr.pprc -.-e 'I within this com- | ;it lU o'clock to-morrow, 
inand. S.aid p.tjuT v, ill not be .allowed to < Hofsi:. — Ths naval appropriation biil 
be sold, or circulated liy nevs agents, or I (!,:l;ate vas re.'^unied on Mr Calvert's 
others: and any news agent, captain of i amemhnent. that no part of the appropri- 
steamboat, or other j)ersoiis, who shall ation shonhl be expended lor the pay or 
violate this order, v.ill be arrestdl .and 1 maintenance of the I'l acting midshipmen 



SUCCESSFIL E.XPEDlTIoN AGAINST 
THE SANTEE INDIANS. 



Indiana Soldiers on tho Poaco 
Demonstrations. 

The Order Suppres.sing the Chica- 
go Times in Memphis. 



» * ♦ » * 



It seems by late correspondence from 
Iventucky, that Rosccrans has been large- 
ly reinforced. About the middle of last 
month he telegraphed for reinforcements, 
and Gen. Cox's division was sent from 
Western Virginia. This is one of the 
best fighting ilivisions in the .irmy, being 
composed of veterans wlio have been in- 
ured to all kinds of hardships. Besides 
these troops, a large force from General 



PROM VICKSBURG. 

.«>ppcial Disjatcii to tin- St. !':ial I'rcss. 

Is SKillT OK VlilLIU n<;, Feb. 4. 

It turns out tliat the Ram, Queen of 
the West, iu running the blockade on the 
•2il, did not ilamage the rebel steamer 
Vicksburg as was gc-nerally supposed here, 
the width of the hitter's guards prevent- 
ing the blow of the Queen of th i West 
reaching her hull. 

The same evening, the :Jd, the Queen 
left hor moorings below the outlet of the 
canal, and steamed directly to tVarren- 
ton, five miles bdow Vicksburg. She 
threw a shell in town, which exploded, 
causing considerable damage. This piece 
of impudence was re^ponded to by a fire 
of at least a dozen full batteries, in the 
vicinity of Warrenton. Over oO shots 
were fired at her, none of which caused 
any material damage. She run the gaunt- 
let of these batteries in safety also. 

A new rebel battery was discerned yes- 
terday afternoon, bearing ujion the mouth 
of the canal. A huge 11 inch solid shot 
was fired from one of its guns and struck 
within five fbet of one of our heavy sized 



tried by military eom'.nission. 

liy order of ^lajor (Jcncral llurlbut. 

FROM INDIANA. 

.SiK'cittl Ui?i>atcli to tl.o .St. I'aul I'lV'!-.-. 

IXniANAl'ol.lS, Fcl). 11. 

Tho S('n.ate passed most of to-day in 
iliscussiog the President's Kmancipation 
Proclamation and asking for its withdraw- 
al. 

The democrats were much more con- 
servative than usual : but flivored an ar- 
mistice and n.ational convention. 

Brig. Gen. Hovcy, and Col's McLean, 
?k[c(Tiniiis and Stacks, commanding Indi- 
ana Regiments at Helena, Arkansas, have 
issued a card to the democr.ats of Indiana 
in whi h they indulge in plain talking to 
to their democratic brethern, who are now 
f.ivoring peace propositions. 

FROM THE INDIAN COUNTRY. 

.SiMJCial Disi-iitc'i to the Saint Taul I'ress. 

l>i;s jloisi.s, \\A>. \\. 

Advices received here, from Fort Ran- 
dall, state that ?daj. iV.tte who started 
out some weeks since, on an expedition 
:■ .jninst the ."^antec Indians, has succeeded 
1.1 making captives of several of the im- 
port.ant and influenlial leaders of that 
tribe, and among them "I>atf.do Ghost,'" 
one of the worst of the thieves .inil scoun- 
drels on tho iilaiiis. 



OUR ASSOCLVIED PRESS DISPATCHES. 
PROM NEW YORK. 



Wright's Department have left various 

points in Kentucky, and se oral regiments parotts, burying itself ten feet in the sand. 

from camps of instrueli»^>a in Indiana ar.d The river is rapidly rising and may even 



camp 
Ohio have been ordered to Nashville. 
. — » I » I ♦ 

In the State Legi.'>latare yesterday, the 

bill levying a poll ta.x of one dollar on 

each voter wa« 7)assed by a bare niajori- 

tv, and a rucon^Ideration subsequently 

moved, but not voted on. We trust the 

bill may become a law. It will add lo the 

rccei,,ts into the State Treasury from 

thirty to thirty-five thousand dollars per 

annum, and fully one-half of this sum 

will come from individuals who do not 

pay a cent of direct t.a.\. The privilege 

of voting, unless to those who pactice vo- 

tin" carlv and often, is certainly worth 

a dollar. 

_ ♦ « » « » - 

il.vjou GKXK1I.VI. Poi'i; was serenaded 

at the Angler House, Cleveland, last 

week. In reply to a welcome speech he 

said : 

"Cod knows that I woiilil (Jo not)iin;r to inlcr- 
fiTc with till' work of crushing this rebellion; 
but wouhl do evervthing in iiiv power to I ring 
about Mioli a result. 1 lovi* this Oovernin^ut. 
Its liouor i.-- as dear to nio a* my own. It cher- 
i>ilu'd and educated me iu my youth. I have fol- 
jowpd itseause through hartl5i|iii) aiiddanper, and 
uiav (;od for*ak>' me and mine wlieii X refust; to 
.-trike a blow tor it.« prt'ser%atiou." 

» « ♦ » ♦ 

If what is said of the ninety-ninth Xcw 
York regiment, stationed between Nor- 
folk and Sufl'olk, Va., is true, its ofiicers 
should be disgraced and the priv.ates 
sent back to the Five Points. It ap- 
pears that a portion of the regiment, for 
rome time past, has been regularly en- 
gaged in kidnapping negroes, and selling 
them to individuals within the rebel lines. 
The mode is this ; A squad is sent to a 
posts upon picket duty. Several remain, 
and tho rest prowl around for an unfor- 
tunate black, whom they seize and deliver 
to buyers who are waiting at appointed 
places. The Confederate money receiv- 
ed is then divided among the participa- 
tors, and easily exchanged in Norfolk for 
national bills at a discount. The atten- 
tion of the proper autlioritics at W.a8h- 
ington, has been directed to this brutali- 
ty, and we presume it has already been 

stopped. 

» I » « » 

Ilraitquartera, District of Minnesota. 
n«>p»rtaieat of the Xorthweat. 

.S.VIJJT PAfL, Feb. 12, 1803. 

[r.F.;(KRAL ORDKRS NO. EIGHT. | 

I. General Order No. ^ from those Ufadquftr. 
ters i:i «o modified that, hereafter, all command 
ers of detached comp.nniea will forward daily 
morning reports to the Adjutants of their respec- 
tive rogimcnts, discontinuing the report* to these 
llendiiuarters. 

II. Iteginienlal Commanderi will, from the 
latest returns received, make daily consolidated 
morning reports of tlieir entire rcE^tmcnt to those 
Headquarters. 

By command of 
Brigadier oe.nerai, H. II. Sini.EY, 
B. C. OLI.V, 
febnit A.A. A.G. 



Arrival of a Prize Ship, Cap- 
tured Off the Bahamas. 

Another Reconnoissance Made by 
CoL Wyadham. 



overflow the ground now occupied by our 
forces. 

About .an hour before daylight this 
morning, a fire broke out in Vicksburg, 
near the summit of the blull?, and just in 
the rear of tho R. R. Depot, and contin- 
ued for three hours. Quite an extensive 
tract was burned over. The fire was con- 
fined to dwelling houses although we at 
llrst supposed it to be the burning of cot- 
ton. 

The rebels arc placing heavy loaded 
b.arges outside the steamer Vicksburg, 
to protect her from the butting propensi- 
tijs of our South-down Rams. 

Gen. Giant and stall' went up the river 
on the steamer, Magnolia, last evening. 
He is expected to return to day or to- 
morrow. 

An expedition has left for Lake Provi- 
dence on an important mission, news of 
which is contraband. 

Last Thur<5day, a force from McAr- 
thur''s division, was sent to Richmond, 
Louisiana, and captured the telegraph 
ollice, at Fjillula, Loui.'iana, with a large 
number of dispatches and destroyed sev- 
eral miles of wire. This line extended 
from Lake Providence to Tallula and was 
used to telegraph tho names of steamers 
passing down the river. 

Just in front of RiL-hmond they had a 
skirmish with rebel cavalry over a deep 
b.ayou, and lost one man severely woun<l- 
ed, corporal lirinsby of the 7th Illinois 
cavalry, and three horses killed. Night 
coming on, they retired to camp. 

The following Saturday the same force 
visited Richmond and shelled the town, 
driving the rebel cavalry out of it, in 
considerable confusion. Si.xmen crossed 
the bayou on rafts and entered the town, 
when they were fired upon by rebels con- 
cealed in houses, and comyjclled to beat 
a hasty retreat. Lieut. Cadle, of Gen. 
Mc.\rthurs staff, was shot in the cheek, 
the ball passing out behind his ear, caus- 
ing a slight wound. 

The town was subsecpiently shelled, 
and the houses whore the firing pro- 
ceeded from destroyed. 

Ni:w Yoi:k, Feb. li:. 
Specials from Cairo to-day have news 
from Vicksburg to Satunlav. 



EFraicT .it.iDi: r<sR kei'eae. or 

DUTY' 0:h' PAPIER. 



Xew Yor.K, Teb. II. 
The liritish bark Springbok, from 
London for Nassau, arrived this evening, 
in charge of a prize crew from the Uni- 
ted St.itcs gunboat Lcnora. 

She was captured on the ."d, off the 
Bahamas, in consequence of having some 
articles on her m.".nife«t which the Cap- 
taiu could not account for. The ofiicers 
from the Lenora report that when off the 
P»;.hamas, on the 1st, they saw a schooner 
to windward, lying to. apparently wait- 
ing for her to come uj). 

She proved to be tho pirate Florida. 
As soon as she made out what the Lenora 
was, she ti'.rned tail. The Lenora chased 
her 3(3 hours, but the superior speed of 
the pirate enabled her to escape. 

Xi;w York, Fob. Vi. 
The 7ir.ie.t' dispatch says, a recent re- 
connoL^sant e maile by Col. Wyndliam. 
as far as ^Vlanas.^^as and Snicker's Gap, 
and to tlie Rappaoannock. shows that 
ihere are no armed relals this .side of the 
strcim, with the exception of a few ol 
White's guerrillas, who hover about 
Leesburg. 

Proprietors of newspa])crs published 
here, including 1 lie proprietors of some 
of the leadin'.: New York, Phi!atlel[»hia. 
Poston and Western papers, had an in- 
terview with tiie Committee on Ways 
and Means, to-tlay, with regard to the 
repeal of the paper duty. 

No definite results were reached, but 
prospects are more favorable. 



ME:vMATio>r iKH .?:oR or rREXCii 

PROPOSAE fi'OZS PEACE. 



■W.vsicixcTON, Fob. 11. 
There is no foumlation for the sensa- 
tion report that Secretary Seward has re- 
ceived a Preneh proposal fi>r the meet- 
ing of Commissioners from the North and 
South, to arrange terms of peace. As a 
French proposition, if snch a thing there 
is, it has not yet reached onr Govern- 
ment. 



j'.ppointed during the recess of Congress 
by the Secretary of the Navy, iu violation 
of law, and that they be di.scharge<l from 
the naval academy in consequence of their 
illegal ajqjointinent. 

Messr.-*. Calvert, A\'adsworth, and 
Washburne strongly «leiiounee<l the action 
of the Sei-retary of the Navy, as a gross 
outrage upon the rights of members, who 
were authorized to make the nominations. 
Messrs. Sedgwick and F. A. Conkling 
defendeilthe Secretary of the Navy. The 
latter called attention to the .»;tatement of 
t!ie Secretary that ;q)poiiifments were 
made with the full autf.ority of law, and 
that the coiulition of the country would 
not permit compliance with previous 
usage. 

Various gentlemen participated in the 
debate when the amendments were 
.".greed to — ti.j against Ifj. 

l\lr. Stevens offered an amendment 
that I'.erealter, •while this rebtdlion lasts, 
each Congressional dstrict in the loyal 
States shall be entitled to one additional 
inid.<hipman, to be appointed as hereto- 
fore, on nomination of a member of the 
House, and the representatives in the 
present House shall each be entitled to 
one additional mid.ohiptiian. 

The amendment was .agreed to, but 
without coming to a conclusion on tha 
bill, the committee rose* and the House 

adjourned. 

Wasiiixktos. Feb. 12. 

Senati:. — The Vic«- President laid be- 
fore the Senate, the credentials of Hon. 
Win. Spvagne, elected United States Sen- 
.aior from Rhode Island, lor six years. 

Mr. Wilmot j>resent .-d the joint resolu- 
tion of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, 
reijuesting the Senators of that State to 
vole lor the repeal of the duty on printing 
l)aper. 

Mr. Harris presented the petition of 
Horace H. Day, .askiui; to be authorized 
to construct a ship canal around the Falls 
of Niagara. 

Mr. Sumner presented the petition of 

Jacob IJaldwin, of Pennsylvauia, stating 

that disloyal newspapers are circulated u 

the army, and asking Congress to prohibit 

their circulation. 

Mr. King called up the bill to increase 
the number of Major and Brigadier 
Generals. 

Mr. I- essenden moved to amend so as 
to limit the increa.-e to 20 MajorJ and 50 
Brigadier (iencrals. 

Tlie morning hour expired and the cur- 
rency bill was taken, and passed, by the 
following vote : 

Yir.is— Mis.-rs. Anthonv, Arnold, Chandler, 
fl.jrk, I»(n>littl<', IVssenden, Foster, Harding, 
Ilailui, JiarnN. Howard, Howe, Lane, of Kansas, 
Morriil. Nesniiiii, l'omori)y, Shennan, Sumner, 
T'-n I- vck, Wad', Wilkinson, Wiliaot, Wilson, of 
llassacliiisetts.— .::}. 

N A VH— Messrs. Carlisle. Collarn"r. Cowan. Da- 
vis, UixoD. Foot, driine.s, Hi-nderson, Hicks, 
Ktinieily. Kinjr. I-atliain, McDoiiprall, I'owoll, 
l.'ifo. Kicliardsen, Saulsbury, Trumbull, Turpio, 
Wall, Wilson, of Missouri. — •.•!. 

The bill to aid the State of Missouri in 
Kmancipation was then taken up. 

Mr. Saulsbury proceeded to address 
the Senate in opposition to it. He 
thought the d'flicnlties of the country 
seemed to have been taken advantage of 
to secure emancipation. He contended 
at some length that there was no author- 
ity in the constitution lor any appropria- 
tion of money for such puri>oses. ft was 
a proposal to surrender their rights to the 
(Jeneral Government, and thus destroy 
our present form of Government and make 
a centralized despotism. He believed that 
tlu! whole conduct of this war had been 
most unwise and unconstitutional. 

!Mr. Sumner moveil to amend so as to 
reduce th.e amount paid lor each slave 
emancipated from ;)UU to 2U<b 
Adoj)ted — 2'J to 7. 

Mr. Sumner movc<l to strike out the 
word "gradual," soasto make emancipa- 
tion imme<liaLe. 
Rejected. 

lliji ST.. — The House j>roceeded to the 
consideration of the Villi reported from 
the Committee on Territories, to provide 
Ibr the temporary government of the ter- 
ritory of Montana, contiguous to tlie State 
of Oregon and territory of Washington. 
Mr. Cox moved to strike out the fol- 
lowing proviso : "That, whereas, slavery 
is ])rolnt*ited in tin; said territory by act 
of Congress of .June IU, 1«G:.', nothing 
heiein contained shall be construed to 
authorize or permit its existence therein." 
Disagreed to; oO igainst Otj. 

The bill passed — yeas 8G, nays 4.5. 



FRO.II IVA.'^UIA'CiTO^r. 



Reduction of Duty on Paper. 



AUCTION. 

Dry Good4, Clothing, Shoos, Hats, Caps, and 
Notions, thismominfr, Friday, Feb. i:ith,atll 
o'clock. We have just received a new consign- 
ment, which we shall close this morning witltout 
reserve. 

FAIRCHILD * MARCH. 
Mr. Dillon F. O'Brien, was present, 1 '"^i-J-it Third-st., stone block, next the Bridge. 



W-vsnixoTox, Feb. Vi. 

A meeting of prominent book ami news- 
paper publishers was held yesterday ;n 
this city. To-day a delegation from them 
consisting of Messrs. Raymond, Apple- 
ton, Harper, Osborne, AVilson, .and 
oUkts, of various parts of the country, 
held a confen*nce with the Committee of 
Ways and Means, and presented their 
rcasi n- why the duty on paper should be 
reduced. 

It was stated before the Cojnmiftce, 
tluat it would co.'t 18 cents per pound to 



import paper with the di\ly all off. At the 
The ram Queen of the West has re- 1 pr,.sent «luty of 3.') per cent., and with 



turned from below. The trip down the 
river was most successful. She met three 
steamers with provisions for the rebels at 
Vicksburg, and succeeded in sinking 
them. She took about GO prisoners, one 
a Colonel. The ram went near enough 
to Port Hudson to draw fire from the up- 
per battery. 

FROM MEMPHIS, 

Special Di.spatch to tho St. I'aul Press. 

MiCMritis, Feb. 9, via C.vino, Feb. 11. 

The town was taken all by surprise and 
the eyes of all secssion sympathixers made 
to protrude somo to-day, by the issuance 
of the following order by Gen. Hurlbut. 

It seems that in '•uppressing the malig- 
nant Chicago Tiii*it Copperhead serpent 



exchange at GO per cent., not one pound 
could be imported, consequently, no reve- 
nue could be obtained from this source 
unt'il the duty w^as reduced. 

There is no duty on imi)orted rags. 

The currency bill passed the Senate by 
a vote of 23 against 2 1 . 



FEDXRAE PRK«03fERS AT 
UOlS»TO>, TEXAM. 

BosTpx, Feb. 11. 

A letter from a Captain in tl:e ■12d 
Massachusetts regimeut, «lated Houston, 
January 8th, states that his and two other 
companies were captured in the attack on 
Galveston, and conveyed to Houston. 

Capt. Wainwright and Lieut. Lee, of 
the Harriet Lane, were killed; also 8 
men, and 10 wounded. The remainder 
were taken prisoners. The prisoners 
were all well treated. 



GOVERXORCXRTAIX'li MESSAC 
i>\ AROKTRARY ARREMTf*. 

lI.VRiiiSBUUo, Feb. 12. 
Gov. Curt.aii» sent a message to the 
Pi'unsvlvania Legislature to-dav, with 
reference to arbitrary arrests, contending 
that Congress alone has the power to 
suspend the writ of Aa6.'a.« corpus, an«l 
recommending the passage of resolutions 
re<piesting Congress to take such action 
as m.ay bring the guilty to punishment and 
relieve the innocent. Wiiile Gov. Cur- 
tain admits that the.«c arrests were neces- 
sary at the commencement of tho rebel- 
lion, he does not think there is any occa- 
sion lor them at the present time. 

^ ^_,^_ ■^B— f?^:!^?;^^^? 

At Anoka, on TAy. 10th, of Diptheria, Waltik 
ISKVANT, tion ol° ilon. Jared Jicnson, aged 13 
years. 

In \\\\i city, on tlio 11th inst., 3I.\i'.Y Cvbroll, 
only child of Charles C. and Lydia F. Lund, aged 
2; nioutlis. 

The funeral will take jdace on Friday, at 2>i r, 
M., r.t the residenco of her parents. The fricndi 
of the fainilv are invited to attend. 



"PIRE MEN'S BALL. 

THE FIEB DEl'AItTMEXT ASSOCIATION' 
of St. Paul, will give their 

Second ^miii.a.1 J3a,ll, 

On TUESDAY F.VF.XIXG, February 17tk, nt 

MOZART HAJLiL. 

L. II. EDDY, Chairman Com. of ArrangemeBts. 

FLOOR MAA'AGERS: 

B. I'l-eslev, Jas. King, 

(;<>o. W. I)art, J. Oagp'nmlller, 

1". ( I'Urien, F. Tlieobald. 

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l-LKI.ISUKl) BY TilK 

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OFFICK— AIUOIMXll Till: BUIDGK. 

'r«>riii4 : -1>A \\.\ ntKSS— I'.y uiM, ;*-.<"• JXT 
nnmiiii.or T'V !•<■!■ i.i,>nth inruriill^i jii m/fitiiiv. 

TlvlWKKKI.'H I'KKSS— ?% por annum : $.•■"•"' 
tor si\ luontli-:: ??;.-". for tliii'.MUoutlis; livi- i-op- 
ios, to oina.M:*'.-^«. ;?l.."«'.Mih; Un il'>.. ^»f:uli. 

WKKKl.Y CKh-^S— On- foj'v. ""•• v"':"". fV: 
Jlv,- or lu.ir.'. S'l.:."i .M.-li : ti-u or iiior.-. to ^'l>'' a.|- 
iln s», #l.(iOi-uca; tw<'i>tT i>r luor.'.tooui' a.Wr. .-.-, 

l^liOM iili: HOLT III. 



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1\K)U COXSOLATiDXTO XOKTII- 
KllX rKAlK Mb:x. 



PRICES ,v'r Tiiii: SOUTH. 



RKBKM'UESS ox THK » II.VULr-TOX IMsU. 

riio Uiolimoml IHsuitch ol Fcbniary 

•2d niuiii':' I'viT iJio l"li;irk\xti>:i alllur, 
anil asiji'i-t* tli.it Inuijainiu has oivon \\o- 
tifi' to tho t'oroi^rii ooiisuls that C'harU'S- 
t.jn i> ""'i!'.- It says : 

'• rhe l>lo.-k:i K' of Cli;irI.'>ton has hot-n 



tH> 15ri':jaiU! Conn lissarii's. o^O Chap- 
lains, ;i:.'U oDjiipaJiio i ofartillory, 10 rejii- 
mciits of cavalry, aid ISl rogiuu'nts of 
iidaiitry. In tlu- n;ivy thin- an- I Admi- 
rals. U» CaiUaius, >l CommandiTS, 1<<0 
I'irst l-ioutiiiants, •_*■ Sooond Lioiitoiiants. 
•JO Masters in the line of proniotion, VI 
P.'iviuasters. 40 Ass slant I'ay masters. '21 
Si:r<:eons, 1.". Tassi'.i Assistant Surj,'eons, I 
;>0 Assistant Surg 'ons. 1 Kngineer-in- 
Chiel. 1"-* Knjiineers, 20 Passed MidMiip- 
nien, Av'.. and I'Ot^ reauun, ordinary sea- 
men, lantlsmen, boys, lirenjca and coal 
heavers. 

The Ki.'hiuond i orrespondent of the 
ChiirL'slon Mtrrurj says that French 
bankers have tendo vd the Conlederaey a 
loan of 7.'.,00v).lKK» francs, and that Con- 
gress is diseassing the terms of the loan 
in secret session. 

At Christ ianbnr;.. Va.. on the 17th 
ult.. uvo nei,'roes, ; man and a j;irl. were 
>i.ld tor the ronnd siun of $,'>.t">'.io. The 
nun broooht $:'.,loO. the <:irl .-?-'. .VIO. 
These are the hii^hest prices ever ol>- 
taini'd. 

The entire amount realized from sub- 
scriptions to the Southern produce loan 
is $7.SS-.0U. The cost of collection 
has been only $ll>,O.X\ or less than ouc- 
tliinl ot one per cent. 

At Charleston. S. C.. on Jan. 



TYPRM. 

Click— click. 
C.-thi- types in tin- stick. 
Thov jtli.l.' in io{»<'t;ii'r with oniinoiM soiin<l. 
Ami swiitiy til.' Iiani! tin! ooIUmi iIkmh ii'x's round 
Auil arrangfji tlicni fn-fiy in the slick, 
Click — click. 

Click— cli.k, 
So<' tlii'in now iu till- liiick. 
To the tliii'f oras-assiii tln-v -orrow l«ctl>l''. 
Aiultho w.'althv oppressor,' in vain trio* to glide 
Awav fiom tliHi-lirkiii;;— l!c world cannot liiil<'^ 
lliin.awav from th.- .-.onn.l of tl at click— ciic»— 
Iu puttinj: tlif tvp--" in tlio slick, 
Click-click. 

<'lick— click, 
Sot» tlicm now in the stick. 
What won.lcrfnltliin}: tli>y arc now, asthoysit; 
A laonicnt 'lis salin'. an.l th. II it is wit — 

In aninj; w h.-n sin^l.-. c .niLincd. wIk-u tUey lilt 

A ti-rribli' lilow wi:li their click — click, 
Iu putlinir thcni into thi' 'tick, 
Click -click. 

Click— click, 
As thfT (lo in thustick, ,,. , 

Sec ptiilt at the soiiml. with a visnp' of irih-ht, 
KecoiliU); from self tiy day or hy iiijiht. 
As it >icws with suspicion each method »1 tli.nht, 
Itut it nevir can ih'c from ttie click— click. 



Of piittinj; the t vp.-s in the slick, 
Click— click. 



brokoii — til'' SciTitarv ot >taie lias oiven 

no£ii\' ot tlie tact "to the liritish and j At Charleston. S. f.. on .Ian. 4, we 

Krciuh consuls— by tlif stri't rule ot in- i^..j,.„ ^\^.^l hulies' shoes were selling tor 

s;>> per j>;i:r ; chiMrcn's from SO to J?' ; 



tcniational law tin' \ ankces mn;*t i;ive 
sixtv davs" not cc before they can re- 
establish it. Tiic <[.:cstu>n is whether or 
not the Yaaki vs w;!! be bo:ntd by tiiat 
law. sccii!,' lliit ihev allcft to regard lis 
as ivluls. :;rel tlu-iv ;ore nut en:iilc»l to 
the beiuiits ot iutfitiational law, and 
whet) or or ii>'. i.or.i llussi-Il will allow 
their claim ol' li.'ht to exclude us from 
such beuefii. NVc have no doubt that ilu 
Yankee--, will make the claim, ar.d that 
Eussel! wilt submit to it. The whole con- 
duct of the man during the war leads to 
this concliision. 

*• la the oc^iniiiirxit '*'''^-"' maintained by 
the London /Vw.v. and no dou!>t by the 
Kn^lish ministry, that no nation had a 
nirht to blockade its ow!i ports, anil that 
if the Yankees insisted o!i b!.iikai!ia;4 tlie 
Contederate ports they must acknowl- 
t-.l^e tlicni as ito lon^ir tluir.s. In other 
■words, the blockade of our jiorts was lu- 
sbttd to be an acknowledgment o( our 
separate »'\i-t^ '.ice. This was soon pven 
up bv Rn-s, 11, if. imlectl, he ever insisted 
on it in r.irliamcnt, which we believe he 
did. thou Ji we .;:c i -it - crfain. Xor was 
It all he i.a\c u;i. r>y t!ie treatv of Paris 
ill l;*.jis it was'viccidfd tluit a llockadeto 
be rt" ispecti d. nnist be eilicient. \\ hen 
called on To expi.iin what they consiilered 
an eilicient Moeka le. the I'ainierston niin- 
i.-trv (stabiislK ! il.e rule that the entrance 
and departure ol :;ve «hii>s into and from 
a blockaded port was evidence that the 
block . 1. WAS not elfn-ient. Xow, instead 
ot I'-. e, live hundred vessels have enter- 
ed ai'.d left the p.n-t ot Ch.irleston since 
it was deelarid to be blockaded. Yet 
the coniplai-ant British Minister for For- 
eign .Vllairs stiU re:.:ards the blockade of 
Charleston as etfeetive. If, therefore. 
the Yankees rest.uv the blockade without 
iiuti.e. we have no <loubt that lie will look 
with perlect nonehalance upon the capture 
ot a nund-cr of lintish .-hips that may at- 
tempt to enter. He is quite too polite to 
■'ive otfeiiee to tlie Yankee Ailains. 

•■ Besides, the -l..iy of the deed, there- 
fore. an<l the oj'p"rtu!iity which the dis- 
persion ot the Yankee ships atfurds to 
luerch.ant vessels to enter the port — and 
these considerations are ot •rreat luoiuent 
— we do not see that any permanent ad- 
vantage is to be dc-ivtil. Wo have no 
idea that Lord llussell wo'ild take it in 
flildg^on Were the Vanke.- to capture 
any number of lln^^li.-li .>liips witiiout no- 
tice. We ninst keep our ports open by 
the stronjT haml. * »ur seamen will do it 
if they are only permitted."' 

IT v; i: MoVKMENI". 

The Ch.: -leston Menurj says that to 
give the pea -o [> irty at the Xorth, ** such 
an overwhelui;u.c and tie isiveprei>onder- 
enee of strength .as will at once terminate 
the ellbrt to sulijuejate the South, we be- 
lieve that it is only necessary that, in the 



tlanncL !?7 per yard ; eerijs, :?l a dozen ; 
corn S^-J..") • to Soe'O per bushel: butter, 
SLIO; colfee, S-s ^"•'i"^ /'"/j/. pork 
tift'i, and ham ninety cents per pound. 

The Victoria (Texas) Adcorattf says a 
]ialr of larije camel ■« are beinj^j put oti the 
express from Rio Urande to Victoria. 
Thev are to be bar lessed to a lar^'c two- 
whe^Icd cart. Tliey will carry f.hrce 
thviusand live hundred pounds of frei-^ht. 
and make tlie trip in five to seven il.iys. 

.V hulv writing from .Lickson, Miss., to 
the Memphis Kii'itircr, gives the follow- 
ing price current : 

Flour per bbl. $l0O; onions (small 
ones) oOcccb; calico peryard ."?:? to ;?.>: 
Lulies shoes per } air .'?-_*o to 'lO ; ladies' 
>tockini:s. obsoht • ; mini boots, scarce, 
per pair SOO to .'i'70 ; socks scarce at 8- : 
un.lcrshirts. each. .'?1."» to .•?l.'7) ; whiskv, 
per gallon S fO to .■;■» t."> ; salt j>er pound S."). 
I learn that iu Ala^'ama these articles are 
mucb higher, lloels charge S 12 to $1^ 
per day for board. 



Click— click. 
As tht-y po in th«« stick, 
M.inarclis ami KinRs ilteir appro.iche* dfud: 
Ihey know thai withliherU ty|M's havchei. weil. 
And virions thev see of tli.'ir thrones tiloodred, 
A- th.'v treiuhlinf;ly how at th.- click— click, 
Ol puitiug up types in the stick, 
Click — click. 

Click— click, 
Co the tvpes in the stick, 
.States. Killers and .M.mirchi.'-, I'.iclinsand KinR», 
file I'oei, the rainier, the Min>lrelthat siiiRs. 
Have ino-t " holv horror" ol these little thing's. 
Of the noise tfiev iii.ik • with th.ir click— click. 
When selling tliein into tho slick, 
I'lick— click. 



A'«Mt«an«i Oihor Iteiua. 

— The IndeiH-ndait gives an account of 
tl'.e way in which th' proclamation of Presi- 
dent Lincoln was i eceived in various pla- 
ces. At Washington city a great flock ol 
contrabands asseiubled for the purpose of 
hcarin;; the Proclumation read and hold- 
in;: suitable religiv us exercises. The fol- 
lowing prayer w is olfered by an aged 
contraband at the commencement of the 

exercises : 

" We 's.-ech thee, O Lord ' to 'momhor de t'nlon 
arinv, support dem o'l the ri»{ht nini left to carrv 
on liv work. Ho hef. re den like a hurning lamp. 
■.\Ieiiilwr d.' rre>i.leiit. il.' sea sailors ami laiei 
trihbl.Ts ; "ineiuli. r lie, d.- meanest ob dem all. 
Write us a ti. 'kef. and gib u« free udinisoiun iu 
heabeu. .Vinen." 

— The Washin{.ton AV/^HtAV't/j calls at- 
tention to the passage in a letter of Mr. 
Mcnuiiinger, comprised in the rebel di- 
plomatic eorresjioiuleneo recently inter- 
cepted, which suggested that he had two 
millions ami a-halt of dollars m gohl coin, 
which might be si nt to Kngland in a Hrit- 
ijli man-of-war. it it first became the prop- 
erty of British su >jects. Not many days 
ago it was stated that H. 1?. M.'s frigate 
IV.vHi'/it".' had arri .ed at Havana from Mo- 
bile, with a million .ind a-half of dollars 
in coin, and the Li'publican hints that Mr. 
Seward will promptly demand explana- 
tions from Lord Lyons. 

— The expcns • sheet of the New Or- 
ne-xt great shock of ar.nis, which must I leans Jklta for tae week ending July 28, 



now be dose at h.inil, o'ar troops shall 
once more vindicate their superiority 
over the rutlianly invaders whom they 
must encounter." The Mcniiii/ is not 
partieularly com;>Hmentary to its X^orth- 
ern .lilies, when it says: 

*• The iiilghty rabble of Xew Y'ork and 
Philadelpliia have caught up the cry rais- 
ed by the llousiers of the Xorlhv,fesl, and 
day i>y <!ay the jiciic ; element in jiarty 
polities ^rows stronger and mure dis- 
tinet. The utterances whieh rcuhes us 
show that there has been no lack of ven:il 
presses and unseriipuleus politicians, 
shaping tlu ir course so as to share the 
rising furtiincs of the anti-war movement 
Kvervwhere throu^'liont the Xorth we 
tin<l supple deni.igogues e hoing the pop- 
ular sentiments with a vigor and bold- 
ness whi'h. a year ago, would have con- 
signed them to a dungeon ; and even the 
fiearless and consistent Vallandighain lakes 
a step farther than he ever flared before, 
an<l uidurls the white (lag in the very 
halls of the Yankee Congress. 

" V\NIii:K OKI-ICKIIS." 

Under this head the Klclimoiid Whi^f 
mentions the stunning f;iet that Purnside 
received 8C>U,'^X» from Stanton and llal- 
leck for confessing that the failure at 
Fredericksburg was his' (l>urnsldc's) 
fault ! The Whl^ further s;tys : 

•' We have r.o clue to .Sumner's retire- 
ment, lie is reported to be tpiite a nuich 
of an Abolitionist as his namesake of the 
Senate : t;iid the inlijrenee therelbn', i.s 
thai he holds in contempt the capacity of 
Hf>oker. 

Franklin, very probably. Is a frleml to 
MiClellan, and owes his disinis.>al to that 
fact. A\'e believe he has more reputation 
among our ollicers than any other gener- 
al otlieer of the Yankees — McCiellan not 
excepted. His loss will be our gain. 

MtSt Kt I..VNKOU.S ITEMS . 

Gen. KIrby E. Smiih has been or- 
dered to the command of the Department 
of Louisiana and Texas. 

Jell'. Davis and his brother .Toe., 
who own very superior plantations on 
the river below Ylcksburg, have purchas- 
ed plantaaons in Hinds county, Missis- 
sippi, on the railroad between Vicksburg 
and Jackson. They are intendeiL a 
Southern journal states, as "places of 
refuse for negro property until alb r the 
war." JelV. evidently Los an eye to the 
*• I..inkum gunboats." 

There are Iu the Southern army, 200 



I'siio, has an Item of general expense, 
namely : "Whijiping Wade, $2."' Wade 
was the colored porter of the establish- 
ment, and th • whipping reward of his ser- 
vices was one of the peculiarities of the 
"peculiar institutions." 

— Provost ilaishal Dick, who seems to 
be located at St. Louis, has notified the 
Postniajters in the district of Kansas tlLit 
the Chicago Titles newspaper must not 
be delivered to subscribers ; and If, after 
the publishers ri ceive proper notification 
of this fact, they shall continue to send 
the paper, the V< istmasters are ordered to 
burn the same. 

— .V correspondent of the Xew York 
Eceninj I'ust iniiuiates that the story of 
Mrs. McCiellan being presented with a 
furnished house in Xew York, will be 
found to be bas« d on the simple fact that 
Mrs. Miircy, tin mother of Mrs. McCiel- 
lan, having recently purchased a dwelling 
housi!, has olfered hor own daughter and 
her daughter's iiusb.and the privilege of 
abiding beneath its roof. 

— Mrs. Tom Thumb's — that is to be — 
wedding dress r 'presents the national em- 
blems of Ami rica, England, Ireland, 
Scotland, France, (Jermany and Italy, 
and will also be worn at her presentation 
to the courts of Queen Victoria and Em- 
press Eugenie. 

— Mr. Paton an English traveler, tells 
a story of monastic life. He says that 
while at the monastery at Manasia, he re- 
ceived a krid jf complimentary dinner 
from the community. After dinner, a 
monk called for a bumper, and began, in 
a solemn, matter-of-fact way, the follow- 
speech : The greatest traveler of 



Hcv. Mr. Xrlll to Stonalor E>oolic:lt>, 
on Indian .llfairs* 

llcv. E. D. Xeill, now a resident of 
Philadelphia, h.as written a Icnglhy letter 
on the relations of the Coveriiment to the 
Indian tribes, aihlressed to Senator Doo- 
little. ot Wisconsin. Mr. Xeill a;iproves 
of the S.'ttate substitute for tiie House 
bill, lor the relief of sutlerers by the In- 
dhm troubles in this State, which appro- 
priates !?l.'.lt,0,)0 iiiste:id ot .-fiL.'.OO.otMlas 
proiioscd by tlie House, because " I;i no 
other w.iy than this," he says, " can full 
justice be done to the honest frontiers- 
man, and the Treasury of the country be 
.'uarilctl." This, eertai:ily, and the mere 
assertion is all Mr. Xeill gives us, Is not 

very conclusive. 

Passing from this topic, Mr. Xeill ar- 
gues at some length th- necessity ol the 
C.overiiiiieiit ailoptliig a dillercnt liidLan 
policy. On this point, we ijuote at length 
from his letter : 

It appears now t>> be conceded by every 
trader, uretit, military olVn er, and mis- 
sionarv aciiuaiuled with tiie Indian triiies. 
that the hour h.as arrived wlieii the Indian 
.sv.-teiu should be rcmoileled. 
' The whole past e\l;ib!i,> a sincere desire 
upon the part of the (lovermncnt to ele- 
vate and civili/.e the Aborigines, but thus 
far we have b.'cn short sighted in the 
means employed. To Improve the con- 
dition of the wandering .\rab is conslilereil 
inijirai ticable, because they are noma les, 
and no missionaiy oigani/ation. Iliclievc. 
U.is attempted it, yet both the church and 
the government ot this country, has striv- 
en to civili/e tribes who " out-Aral) the 
.\rab." If 1 may coin an expression, trying 
to tame a hare betorc he is caught. 

W:ishiiij:ton an.l Jellei>on both called 
the attention of Congress to the desira- 
bleness ol training the Indians as an ag- 
ricultural jtcople. and the establishment 
of trading iiouses with goods for sale at a 
price to cover the cost and tnmsporta- 
tion, was the first step in the righ: dirt c- 
tion : but the plan w.is Imperfect in de- 
tail and execution. Xo (ioubt it was in 
a measure the foundation of the domestic 
and agricultural life of the soulhwi-stern 
tribes, the Creeks, Choctaws, and Cliick- 
.asaws. 

The employment of fiovcrnment fac- 
tors In the northwest j)roveil unsuccess- 
tul lor several reasons. Their jiosts were 
lew and tar between. For t!ie valley ol 
the ^liniusota atid the I'pi'cr .Mississippi, 
alter the late war with l^ngland, there 
was put one ( Jovermnent house, and that 
at Prairie dii Cliien. near the mouth ol 
the Wisconsin, ami diilicult of access over 
a road of war for the northern nations. 

.\gain the old Prilish subjects and 
traders, the Dixons, Dousmaus. and Ito- 
lettes ii.termarrled and lollowcd the In- 
dian to his remote lumting ground and 
sujiplied him with Ibitish blankets, axes, 
ami jiowder cheaper and better than the 
United States could furnish. Alter sev- 
eral vears of discussion in Congress, anil 
under a pressure such as traders can 
bring, the ill regnlatedfiovernmeiit estab- 
lishments were abolished, and in lieu li- 
censes were issued allowing any citizen 
to reside and trallic with the tribes. 

This system has proved inHpiItous, .and 
Is vet in force. The Hon. H. M. Rice, 



on the Senate Bill to indemnify tbo fron- 
tier people ol Minnesota lor their losses, 
U-t ine urge that the Committee oflndian 
Alfairs, of which you are an active mem- 
ber, crown the work so well begun, by 
using their intluence to have a law pass- 
ed, authorizing the President or Secreta- 
ry of the Interior to appoint three or 
lour persons, men acquainted with the 
hi.story of society and the human race, 
far 'removed from all connection 
with the Indian trade or local politics 
of the extreme frontier settlements, 
men, lor instaue, like Ceorge Bancroft, 
the eloipient historian, or Robert J. Walk- 
er, late .Seiretary ofTreasury, or Bishop 
(Jnace of the Roman Catholic, or Bishop 
Whipple of the Episcopal branch of the 
Ciiurch iu Minnesota, whose duty it 
should be to visit the tribes of Minnesota, 
examine the defects of our whole Indian 
system, obtain the opinions of intelligent 
traders and missionaries, and then prepare 
a r eport for the next Congress, on meas- 
ures necessary in their judgment for the 
safe removal' of the hostile bands from 
tlie vicinity of white settlements, and reg- 
ulations which will hereafter protect them 
from the greed of the white man, and al- 
so ilomeslicate and civilize. 

It some such policy was inangnratcd, it 
is believed that, at no distant day, these 
wild people would cease to hunt each 
other. 

" Wash th'^ war pnint from their (aces. 
Wash the blood stuiu* from their tlngers, 
r.ury their war clubs and their weapoua." 

With respect, I am 
Y'our ob't servant, 

Ei>w. D. Nkill. 



-JJNDERTAKER'S CARD. 



& PACIFIC 



The undcrsij^ned would pe.<ipcctftin5r announoA 
that after the nolicitation of many frlenU.s, he lian 
concluded to eiigago in tho above bnsiiie.s!^, and 
would tliorefore Hay to the citizen.s of Minn<ui>o- 
liii and vicinity, that he will b<> pre|iared in future 
to furnish CulDns of Walnut, Metalic, Cloth cov- 
ered and Common, and all thinjrs recpiired in an t 
Uadertaker'ii Hue. Iluving had .several years' ex- i Leave bL 
perlenoe In the above buslm's.s in Eastern cities, ■■ ■ 
||0 feeH oomp<^teut in otl'erin^ his Hervices to take 
the entire chargi! of Fuuurals, and would uolicit 
a share of the patronage. 

G. F. WAUNEU. 

Minneapolis, Nov. flth. novll 

y EATIIER AND FINDINGS, 

SADDLERY. HAUDWAKE AND TOOLS. 



^AINT PAUL 

RAITiTtOAl> 



W'lXTER ARILVNGEMENTS. 

On nnt^ nfter Monday, December Ut, 1!>C2, pas- 

(iel.;;i 1 ...l.o will fUU US folloW* : 

Arrive at Leave Arrive at 

St. Anthony. St. Anthony, hi. Paul. 

•.•.15 A.M. ».45a. M. JO.yOA.M. 

S.ijf. M. 4.15 P.M. 5.00 r.M. 

Wil. B. LITCU FIELD. 

.Supurinteudent. 



I'aul. 
M.:tO A. M. 
a.oo e. M. 

nov2~-tl 



'P O R 



T II E CARS. 



add, if I found an opportune occasion, 
that in his opinion the Xorth was animat- 



mi 



your country tuat we know of was the 
wonderful navigator, Robinson Crusoe, 
of York, who, jioor man, met with a great 
many diflicultii s ; but at length, by the 
blessing of Go 1, he w.as restored to his 
native country, his family and his friends." 

— Father Tuylor, the sailor preacher, 
in Boston, olFefed up the following prayer 
to meet the pn sent crisis of the nation : 
"O Lord, guide our dear President, our 
.Vbrahani, the friend of God ; like old 
Abraham. Save Win from those wrig- 
gling, intriguii g, politic, piercing, slimy, 
boring keel-worms ; don^t let them go 
through the sh iathing of his integrity." 



n some forcible remarks during the de- 
bate, charges the (iovernment as co-op- 
erating with the trader in pandering to 
the low t;ise of the savage which leads 
him to di-mand Vermillion .at any price, 
with which to daub himself, br.ass wires 
and bells and other gew-gaws for orna- 
ments, and scalping knives lor the exci- 
ting hunt aller men and bears. With 
such tastes developed he never fails to 
return from the winter's cImso, and re- 
main a lounger around some trading house, 
waiting for the next jciyment, a lazy, 
dirty, smoking and thii-vliig vagabond, a 
perfect Cain in all his instincts. As a 
conseipience of the jiresent system, the 
•Sioux, Ojibw.ays, and Winnebagoes of 
Miiinesotu have been animalized and vic- 
timized, and the labors of missionaries 
almost neutralized. 

Le Sueur, the iliscoverer and exjilorer 
of the Minnesota valley, who assi-.ted in 
bnlhling one of the very first Euroi)ean 
houses on the Mississippi, just below Lake 
Pepin, In IG.'^l, and constructed a loit 
near Hastings in UVJ'>, and still another 
in 1700 at ^lankato, whi( h is not many 
miles from the scene of the late massacre, 
urged on his Government that *' no 
Frenchman shouhl be allowed /»< follow 
the Inilians in their hiint.^, as it tends to 
keep them hmterx, and wl-.en they are in 
the woods they do not desire to become 
tillers of the sdH.'' 

Mr. (L'alhoun, when Se<;ret.ary of War, 
was very earnest In a desire to reform our 
Indian policy, and contended that as long 
as anybody encouraged the savage to 
hunt, he would tramj)le on the law of so- 
ciety, and refuse to eat any bread earned 
with the sweat of his f.ace. 

A Stockbridge Chief once told inc that 
he thought it was wrong to allow white 
men to intermarry with, and afterwards 
reside among the Indians, for his expe- 
rience was that those who usually sought 
Indian wives, were not model sjiecimens 
of Caucasian civilIz.ation, but shrewd ad- 
venturers, or lewd fellows of the baser 
sort, who by example corrupt the red 
man and make him more earthly, sensu- 
al, and devilish. 

Now, sir, in concluding this already 
too long letter, written by one who has 
never seen you, on the spur of tho mo- 
ment, after reading a report of the debate 



HvL-r^tarr Nrwurtl'it Reported Peace 
l*ru}M>«UI«n«. 

A ipiestion of veracity must arise be- 
tween Secretary Seward and the French 
Minister. When the latter, last April, 
WIS at ranging with the Secretary in re- 
gard to his visit to Richmond, the con- 
versation turned upon the French Emper- 
or's desire for peace. M. Mereier said 
his government would be disposed to do 
evervthing depending upon it, in order 
that tli.at result might be bronglit about, 
as so )n as possible. To this declaration, 
the Secretary made the following re- 
si)onse : 

Mr. Seward said to me that I might 
It opF 
the X 
cl by no sentiment of venjjeanee, and 
that lor himself he should with pleasure 
liiid hiinsell again in the Senate in the 
presence of all those whom the South 
ihoiight it fit to send thither. 

This conversation leaked out In one of 
M. Mercler's diispatches to the French 
Foreign Minister, recently published in 
the '• vellow book." A resolution of in- 
(pilrv, as soon as the fact became known, 
was proposed in the Senate, and in axi- 
swer to It, on the 11th inst., the Presi- 
dent submltteil the ibllowlng communica- 
tion from Secretary Seward : 
To the rre-id.-nt of the I'niteJ States: 

The Secretary of State, to whom was 

referred a resolution, adopted the 'Jth of 

February, in these words, viz : 

i:>i.ilret. That the rrc.si.leut of the United 
.■^tail's be reipiested to eummuiiioatc to the .Sen- 
ale, if not incoiniNitible with the public iutereittt, 
tin- eharaeter ot the llU^rKe^tions made by the 
.Seoretarv of State to M. Mereier a* narrated in 
hii coniuiunini'iou lo .M. Thouvenal, under dal*; 
of r.tli ol April last, which induced M. Blercier 
lo undertalie his mission to Richmond in thai 
ni.inlh. and what representatiouo, if any, he was 
authorized to make from this Government, or 
from the .Secretary of Stale to tha Coulederato 
authorities. 

has the honor to submit the following re- 
port : 

That no suggestions were made to M. 
Mereier by the Secretary of State that 
Inthiced, or were designed or calcnlated 
to induce, him to undertake a mission to 
Ulchuioiid, in April last, or at any other 
time. He was not then, nor has he or 
asiv other person ever been, authorized 
bv this Government, or by the Secretary 
of State, to make any representations of 
anv kind, or on any subject, to the insur- 
rectionary agents or so-called authorities 
at Uichiiioml, or to hold any communica- 
tion with them on behalf of this Govern- 
in 'nt. 

From the beginning of the present dis- 
turbances until the spring of 1862, this 
department was charged with the anthor- 
Ity of granting passes or passports 
tlirough the lines of the Government 
forces. It earlier became a question 
wuelher Ibriign ministers residing in the 
United St.ates, should be denied such 
jtassports. It was thought a sound and 
liberal polity to leave them free to visit 
anv part of the country to which they arc 
accredited, so long as there should be no 
ground to question their good faith 
toward this Government. This has been 
uniformly avowed as the course of the 
Government. 

Accordingly a j)assport was granted in 
the month of April, 18'Jl, to the Minister 
resident here of the Republic of Bremen. 
.\ like passport was granted in August. 
isiU, to the French Minister, attended by 
his royal highness, the Prince Napoleon 
•Terojiie, and in April hast, a similar pass- 
port to the French Minister. 

'J'hese passports were granted at the re- 
quest of those distinguished persons re- 
spectively, and not on any suggestion of 
the (jovernment or Secretary of State. 
They severally traveled in private and un- 
oflicial capacity. They bore no commu- 
nication, whether formal or informal, ver- 
bal or written, from the Government or 
Secretary of State to any of these insur- 
gents, and they brought none from any 
such persons to this Government or to 
the Secretary of State. 

Since the 4th of March, 1861, no com- 
munication direct or indirect, formal or 
informal, has ever been held by this Gov- 
ernment, or by the Secretary of State 
with the insurgents, their aiders or abet- 
tor-. X'o passport has been granted to 
any foreign minister to pass the military 
lines, except by the President's direction, 
and each of such iniulsters who have re- 
ccivi'tl such passports, have upon his re- 
turn waited upon the President, as well 
as the Secretary of State, and given such 
an account, unasked, as he thought 
proper, and incidents of his journey. Of 
course statements arc to be qualified so 
far as the facts relating to communication 
concerning the exchange of prisoners, 
and other military matters in charge of 
the War Department may affect them 



TAXNKRS AKD CUUltlKIlS, 

Keep oonftantly on hand the largest and most 
oomplote stock of 

LEATUEK and FINDINGS, SADDLEKY 
HAUDWAKE andTO<.>LS, 

LKATII8R BKLTINO, ENAMKLKII 

CLOTHS AMD LKATKKK, &C., &C., &C. 

AH of whlcb they are now olferiui; at prices to 
suit the times. 

PARTICULAK ATTENTION PAID TO ORDEUS. 
4Qr*Casb paid for Dides and Van..ga 
JanltMHy 

jnr~L AIMS FOR 
Sioux: I>ci>x*c<lationi!». 

The undersignad is prepared to prosecute all 
claims against the Sioux Indians before the pro 
per Department of tho United States Government 
arining out of rcc<>nt depredations. All partios 
interested can bo assured that the undersigned 
possesses facilities to obtain a speedy seltleiucnl 
and payment of any claim which may be placed in 
his hands. C. D. GILFILLAN, 

noV«-d&wr.m Catholic lllock, .St. I'aul. 



Our Omnibusxes will run to and fh)m the prin- 
cipal lloielii and Uoatb iu connection with the 
trains of tho 

ST. I'.VUL AND PACIFIC KAILKOAD. 

Pas.sengers and baggage will be called for in 
answiT to order.* left at the American, Interna- 
tional Hiiti Merchants, or at our offictt. 

Fare to bi. Anthony, including omnibus ticket, 
50 cents 

jy;i J. C. BURBANK fc CO. 



A LARGE ©WELLING, 

Near the reiidenco of Gov. Ramsey, on the 
banks of the .Mississippi, iu a locality at ouceceu 
tral aud retired. 

MENliY M< KENTY, 

Dualer iu Real Estate. 
|A2h d&wAm 



T> E AI O V A L ! 

c o m: 13 s 

lias removed his BOOKSTORE to the 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

Tliird-St., St. I?aul, 
And is now In receipt of a choice lot of tho latest 
Works, ilagazines, &c., aud a sjdcndid lot of 
Stationery. jan23 

rro LET WITH BOARD. 

I' wo or throe very pleasant rooms in a delight- 
ful location combining both city and country, 
with plenty of stable room. Adilress 
j:ini:J-tf A. B., -at this office. 



To Our Subscribem aad Friends. 

The enormous increase in the price of printing 
paper and other niaterial.-; used iu pi iuliiig news- 
papers, compels us to increase the price of the 
I'UEss. Our new farms are : 

DAILY PRESS. 
To city subscribers, by the year, payable 

quarterly in advance $9 00 

To city subscribers, payable weekly • • • ■ 2<* 

By mail, payable for anytime iu adduce, 

atthe rate per year of • 8 OO 

To Nev.s Agents '.iU' cents per copy. 

Weekly exchange newspapers pa^ the dif- 
orencc bctweea Daily and Weekly r-4 in money. 
TRIWEEKLY PUl flS. 

One copy, by mail payable for any time (in 
advance) at the rate per year of 

Club;i of live, to one address, eacli 

Clubs of ten, to one address, e»c\i 

WEEKLY PRESS. 

One copy one year 

Five or more copies each, one ><jar 

Ten or more copies each, one yv'ar 

weuty or more copie.^ each, 't.ie year 

Jtir All subscrii)tioiis payaMe in advance. 
I2,aies of A.clvertisinc. 

Ten lines to a Square, (tite apace enclosed in the 
following tabic.) 



«5 


00 


. 4 


M 


. J 


00 


$2 


0<) 


. 1 


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. 1 


cu 


. 1 


a.J 



Ore time .. 
I nree times. . .. 
c) no week.. 
Two weeks ..., 
One tuonth .... 
I'wo mouths ..... 
I'hreti months... 

Sly months 

i'welve months.. 



One Square. Kachudd.S.;aare. 

^ -■■; .i. "17 *^ 

........^ t O .............f.** 2 

1 2j ti-'.'~ 

•.; (;•.• 1 'XI 

, 5 50 i. 75 

• ■••••■••O 4«i ■••••••■■••• tt ■'■ T'% 

10 00 .'(00 

•-•••■•• Id 00 •■.■•■..••■•# ^'^ 



N " 



T I C E 



The under.nijrned have removed to Messrs. 
Nicols & DeaD'.-Tlron htore on Tliird street. Par- 
ties having notes or accounts payable at our office 
nre re.juested to cull and settle the same immedi- 
at.ly. S. P. fc P. F. HODtiES. 

Novemb4?r28, 18f>2. nov29-4in 



MICI1IG.\N CENTRAL RAIL- 
ROAD. 

Greiit Oetitml Rout© 



J" 



S E r II LEWIS 



Real Estate .\gent. Notary Public and Convey- 
enwr, Commissioner of Deeds for the States ol 
N«w ;York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio, 
and Vermont. Collections made — Taxes paid 
for non residents. House rented. 

Office Third Street, Irvine's Block. 

Reference. Hon. A i.kx. Kamhkt. IvIO-dly 



s 



TAGE EOR SlIAKOPEE, 



BoUe Plaine, Henderdon, Le Sueur, .St. Peter »nd 

Mankato, will leave at & o'clock a.m. 

dec2-tf J. C. BURBANK &v'0 



To New York, New England and the 
Canadas. 

On and after Sl'NDA Y, Nov. J.-?, I.ST.l', t rains will 
leave the < ireat Central Union Depot, foot of Lake 
street as follows : 

0.30 u. oa.— Day F.xpress (Excupt .Sundays) 
arrives at Detroit at r>.0"> i». m., 
fciuiipension Bridge ai 'I'ih \. .v., 
Albany, 2.-Ht I". M., New York, 
S.:!o c. M., Boston, II '^^^ r. m. 
0.4S p. m.— Night hxpns!.(K.\ce],t Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit at fi.46 A. it.. 
Suspension Bridgu, -1.50 v. .m., Al- 
bany, r).:io A. M., New York, 11.15 
A. M., Boston, :i..'0 v. M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroad, leave 
Chicago at i'>.:JO A. M., Mail Train ; r..40 v. m. Fast 
Expre.^s. Arrive iu Chicago at IO.(>r> a. m., Fast 
Express, and 1U.15 i*. M. Night Mail Train. 

The6.45 P.M. train leavingChiragoruni* through 
to Cincinnati M-ithout change of curs or baggy-ge. 

KUTTAN'S PATENT VENTILATORS 

On Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on Niyht Trains. 

B«S'Grttg'« CliccL«d Xtarouirl*. 

49* Through tickets for .sale in all Principal 
Railroad ( MBces in the West, at the General l )ffire, 
corner Lake and Dearborn streets, (under tlie 
Tremout House,) Chicago, and at the Depot. 

R. N. KICE, tieneral .'superintendent. 
J. W. SMIT'll, Western Pasiienger Agent. jan.S 



c 



A R D 



^tgal giatiais. 



WM. U. SEWARD. 



NTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS. 



PostOfkicf. Saint Paul, Minx., j 
January 20th, 18A3. j 

The undersigned is prepared to furnish U. S. 
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS at tbo fol- 
lowing rates, tIz : 
In amounts less than $.'>0, at par. 
In amounts of #50 and up to $100,2 perct. diac't. 
In amounts of i|100 and upward, •2}i per ct. diac't. 

The discount will be paid in stamps. 

»)rder..< will be promptly filled, and forwarded 
by mail or express at the expense and risk of the 
i)urcha.«er. A recent amendment to the Rerenu'* 
I>aw authorizes Stamps, (with the exception o/ 
those enumerated in .Schedule C of the law, for 
Medicines, Preparations. Perfumery, tc..) to be 
used indiscriminately. Parties ordering will only 
need lo give the amount and dcnomfaation of 
stamps desired. 

jauSl-lm CUAS. NICHOLS, P.M. 



CHANCERY SALE.— (IRCLTI 
COURT «»F THE UNTIED STATES FOR 
TilE DISTRICT OF MINXE.^OTA, ss. 

Henry H. tiregg vs. Daniel A.Robertson and 
Julia A. Robt'rt son, John Napier, William Napier, 
(ieor^e Napier, James Napier, and Charles 
Brodie. 

F<»RECLOSURE IX CHANCERY. 

Decree at Octob^^r Term, W>2,— ^e.'JSU.t^, with 
interest aud costs : 

Pursuant to the decretal order of the Circuit 
Court of tlie United States for the l>istrict afore- 
said, made in this cause at tlieOctober Term, .\. i>. 
Ififi'.'jthe undersigned, Master in Chiincery of said 
Court, will sell at public auctiou, to the highest 
cash bidder, on 

SATURDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY OF 
MARCH, iMi."., 

at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the front entrance 
to tlie place of holding .•'aid Court in Brown's 
Block, Third .street in the City of Saint Paul, in 
said District of Minnesota, the following describ- 
ed premises, to wit : 

All and singular tho mortgaged premises, with 
lheai)purtenanees thereunto belonging, described 
as follows, to wit : .situate in the county of Ram- 
sey, and State of 31innesota, and being the un- 
divided one-half of lots number one (1), two (-•), 
and three (.1), iu block twenty-one (,'l), in Rice 
aud Irvine's Addition to Saint I'aul. 

Also, the whole of lot number eleven (1!), in 
block thirty-three (rtJ), iu said Rice and Irvine's 
Addition to Saint Paul. 

Also, the whole of the following described 
premises, situate in the county ot 7)akota, and 
State of Minnesota, to wit : l>oing lots four (4), 
live (.'»), six (6) and seven (T), in block one hun- 
dred and eightv-one (l»l). Also, lots ten (10), 
eleven (II), twelve (12), and thirteen (i:i), in block 
oue hundred and seventy-eight {V)i.) 

Also, lots three (.1), nine (^U) and ten (10), in 
block one hundred and sixty-six (It^O). Also, lot 
three (.1), in block one hundred and sixtv-eight 
(1G«); all in Robertson's Atldition to West .Saint 
Paul, together with the appurtenances tliereunto 
belonging. 

Also, the following described propertv, situate 
in the countv of Ramsey, and State of Minnesota, 
and being blocks numbered nineteen (IU) anti 
twenty (20), and lots one (I) and twelve (12), in 
block twentv-eight ('2S), in Robertson's and Van 
Etten's Adtlition to Saint Paul, Ix'ing part of the 
city of .Saint Paul, according to the recorded plai 
thereof, together with the appurtenances there- 
unto belonging. 

JAMES W. TAYLOR, 

th jan22-6w ilaster in Chancery. 

W. K. Gastok. Plaintiff's Solicitor. 

l^OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE, 

Whereas, James Kiddell and Clara Kiddell, his 
wife, did, on the 19th clay of January, a. n. I.soi, 
execute and deliver to Eleanor .Stephens, a certain 
indenture of mortgage, b<>aring date on samu day, 
for the purjiose ol securing the payment of tlie 
sum of $500, two years after the 'date of said 
mortgage, or t>efore, with interest at the rate ot 
•even per cent, per annum until paid, according 
to the conditions of a certain promissory note 
bearing even date therewith, whereby the said 
James Kidilell aud Clara Kiddell, his wife, tlid 
grant and convey unto the said Eleanor .Stephens 
and to her heirs and assigns lorever, with cove- 
nant of warranty, the following described lots of 
land, situate, lying and being in tho county ol 
Ramsey, aud .State of Minne..iota, viz : 

I..ot8 numbered three (3), four (4), five (5), six 
(fl), seven (7), eight (8), twenty-two (22), twenty- 
three ('^.1) andtwenty-four(2'»), in block numbered 
two (2), in Edmund "Rice's * irst Addition to .Saint 
Paul, according to the recorded plot thereot, 
which said mortgage was duly acknowledged, ana 
on the 24th day of April, 1H»)1, at 3'.i' o'clock, \: .m. 
duly (iled for record and recorded in book " R" oi 
mortgages on pages iW and 51<J, in the office oi 
the Register of Deeds for said county of Itamscy. 

And, whereas, on the 2ilth day of June, A. ii. 
18ri2, said mortgage, together with suid note was 
duly assigned and transferred by said Eleanor 
Stephens and John C. .Stephens, her husbniid, to 
Mark Hendricks, by deed of assignment, bearing 
c'atc on that day, wliich suid assignment was duly 
acknowledged, and duly recorded on the •.fith tlay 
of June, 18152, at 5 o'clock P. M. In book " B " ot 
assignments on pages 2I>0 and 7, in llic office ot 
the Register aforesaid. 

And, whereas, default has been made in the 
condition of said note and mortgage, and there is 
now due thereon, at the date of this notice, the 
sum of t571.-i5, aud no suit or proceedings at law 
have been instituted to recover the said debt se- 
cured by said mortgage, or any part thereot : 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that 
by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage 
contained, and agreeably to the statute in such 
case made and provided, the above described 
mortgaged prend.'tes w ill be sold by the SlieriB o< 
Ramsey countv, at public auction, to the highest 
bidder, for cash, on the 19th day of March, a. d 
18<«, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day at 
the front door of the Court House, in the city of 
Saint Paul, in said countv, to satisfy the aforesaid 
note and mortgage and interest and all legal costs 
charges and disbursements. 

Dated February 4th, I KM. 

MARK HENDRICKS, Assignee 
I. V. D. Heard, Attorney for Assigned. 

thlbbi-Ow 



Baxkino Offh-k of Thompson Titos., j 
St. Pail, Dec. 1, 18»2. S 

We beg leave to announce to ourfriends and 
the public generally that Mr.CHARlES SCHEF- 
FER, of tiie late tirin of Darling » Scheffer, ol 
Stillwater, Minnesota, becomes associated with 
u> in the Banking Business fromthis date. Out 
linn name remains unchanged. Tlie business at 
Stillwater will he continued uuiVr tlio lirm name 
of .""clieller & Thompson's. 

n..v:to-lt rHOMP.SrN BROTHERS. 

Tj^ O K SALE, 

MOCCASINS 
Men's Oil Tan Moccasins, 

WLITAEY BOOTS, 

&c., &c., &c. 

j-inT-tf "Wm. JT. aiWBTW: 4c CO. 



LEGAL ADVERTISEJIE.VTS, 

Published once a week, either in Daily ur \retkly. 

First insertion 75 Cents jicr .I'luuic. 

Eacli subsequent insertiou.. '57 'i " "' 

Legal Advertisements published at the expeuee 
of the Attorneys oideiiu^, aud not deiayarV lor 
Ihe legal pIOCeudillg^, l-U colleet>.t)le at kdvaace, 
or <)u delivery of aJMavit. l'ubli$hc:>i iiot u<:- 
jouiitabie for theao.-uracy of legal advertisemeius 
beyond the aiuouut charged for their publicutiusi. 

Advertisements published in both tiie l^aily and 
Weekly will be c'laiged the full Daily latLs Willi 
jiie half the Wt«'kly rates added. 

Business No.'ices, pllbli^Iled in the Editorial 
columns, of tiu lines or under, will be chuiged, 
for each insc.'tiou, oue dollar; if over ten liuea, 
ten cents p-r line. 

Adverfseiiients leaded aud placed under tlie 
iiead of Special Notices, if ten lines or ov »t, v» ill 
be cliaifc'cd the ujual rate- ami oiie-h;.:i ud'iitiuiiai ; 
if uutl-'rthat amount, titty cents for eacli iu.>ei'tiou. 

V»urly advertisers to pay ijuanerly. 

j^dvertisements, for a 'less lime than three 
mjuths, to be paid iu advance. 

ADVERTlSINeTlN WEEKLY. 

One Square, one insertion $ 75 

" twe insertions 1 no 

" four " a 00 

tf'orcach suIirei^ufMit insertion, andfureach 

addilijiial square 37,'^ 



aS'JosKrit D. Ca.vm:v, at MiuncapoUs, and 
WEr.MOiii:0'BKH;x, at St. Anthony, will act as 
Ageats iu circulatiug the Daily Pi;i.!>s in their 
respective towns. 



©ite and ^m\p. 



TAMPS AND OIL. 
A new and complete stock of 
ILiamps and Fixtures* 

Aud the best brands of 

OIL, 

For sale at PRICES TO SUIT THK TIMES. 
S. K. PUTNAM, 
816 Corner of Third and Market streets. 



JVJ A R V I N ' iJ 
CROCKERY IIOUSE 



A 



VALUABLE WATER POWER 



AND FLOURING MILL FOR SALE. 

Owing to the illness of one of the partners we 
have concluded to offer for sale our Mill and Wa- 
ter Power, situated in the city of Hastings, on 
the Vorniilliou River Falls. It is the best power 
in the State. Our Brand of Flour stands high in 
Chicago and Bostou. Capacity of Mill, 90 barrels 
p r ilay 



jan2J-2m' 



T. O. & C. G. HARRISON, 




JUST RECEIVED AHD 

SErJLIIVG VERY LOW, 

1,000 LOOIUNa GLASSKS AND MIltRORS. 



OLL.— THE VERY BK6 T. 

1,500 OALLUSS AT FBOU TIIIRTT TO FOKTY 
CKXTS A GALtX)3r. 



WOW IS STOKE, A yULL STOCK OF 

CHINA, CROCKERY & GLASSW ARE 

AT WHOLESALE AXt* RET.UL 

AT PRICES MUCH REDUCE 



DK VOTED TO Fir.E AND MAIUNX INSURANCE 
CASH CAPITAL A.VD ASSETS OF THE 

^TNA INSURANCE COMPANY, 
OF HARTFORD, CONNECriCUT, 



P II CE ]^ I 



X 



OF IIAHTFO/W, C0NNECTICU2, 

DEVOTED TO FIKK ISSbBA:<CK EXCLUSIVELY 
ASSETS or THB 

PnCENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, 
OF HAUl'FORD, CONNECTICUT, 



JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE STOCK OF 

Xal>l« & IPoeUet Ciitlor^-. 

The merchants who purchase in St. Pau will fliid 
these goods very desirable, and at 

VERY LO'W RATES. 



CITY FIRE, 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, 

CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS OP THE 

CITY FIRE INSUKANCK COMPANY 

OF HAKTKORI), CONNECTICUT, 

f3!Kft,000. 

NORTHWESTERN AGENCY 

Company, 

OF WISCONSIN, 

ESTABLISHED IN SAINT PAUL, 1862. AT 
TUB OFFICE OF 

O . CURTIS 

GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, 
al-ly Corner of Third and Minnesota-stf. 

yEONARD & SHEIRE, 

BTJIL.DKRS. 

Shop in old Baptist Church Bnildi]i|* on Fifth 
street, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter 
Work done to order. 

M SHEIRE, ARCHITECT, 
• Oflicc in the same building as Leonard & 
Sheirtt's Carpenter Shop, on Fiftn street, near 
Jackson. Designs, Plans and Specifications for 
Buildings of every description, prepared on short 
notice. fublti-ly 



JUST RKCEIVKD, 

A FINE ASSORTMENT OF 
Silver PlatoU 

AND 

BRITANNIA WARE, 

HOUSEKEEMNG GOODS, LAMPS, &c., ftc. 

WIIOLKESAL AND RETAIL. 

R. AIARVIX, Third Street, 
jell 



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E G R A W 



BUrLDER, 

Shop west side of Jackson, between Fifth and 
Sixth streets, where everything reoulred in the 
building line will be promptly attended to. 

M^ Jobbing done at siiort notice aud on rcason- 
able terms. noYl4-ly 



J>EAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 

A NEAT COTTAGE in the vicinity of Chi 
Justice KinmetCs residence. 

ONE L«;)T 50 by l.>0 feet, near tho Capitol. 

TEN ACRES a short distance from St. I'aul. 

A FIR.ST CLASS RESIDENCE within a few 
mtuutcs walk of the International Hotel. 
UENKV MiKE.NTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 
St. Paul, Feb. 4th, 1S«3. febj-lmd&w* 



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MANUFACTURER AHD DEALER IK 

COPPER, SHEET IROX AKD TIN WARE 

OPPOSITE THE BIO CLOCK, 

JACKSON STREET, St. Paul, Minnesota. 
anv14-dlfcwlT 

"REYNOLDS & McCARGAR, 
Wholesale GJ-rocers 

AND 

Oomnaieisioii IMCeroliaiitei, 



kSl'tf 



UPPER LEVEE, 



Saixt Paui.. 



DAVENPORT HAS .TUST RE- 
CEIVED a tiuc lot of New Books. Among 
them are — 

Wilkie Collins' celebrated New Work, No 
Name. Price, in paper, $1.25; cloth, #1.50. 

Mistress and Maid, by Miss Muloch ; price 50c. 

Anna Floyd, by the author of Lady Audley'9 
Secret, &c., &c. ; price 25c. 

The War Powers of the President ; price 60c. 

Somebody's Luggage, by Charles Dickens: 
price 'iic. 

Also a flue lot of 

MILITARY BOOKS, 

Constantly on hand. 
New York and Chicago Papers received daily 

Also, Just received, all the 

FEBRXJ.AJRY IM^GAZINES. 

CALL AT DAVENPORT'S. 

HE'S COT 'EX. jan.-H 



J1AR 



M WANTED, 



In exchange for desirable Real Estate in Cii- 
cinnati, Ohio, valued at $2,500. Any oue having 

A. Farm in M^innesota, 

more or less Improved, which they would like to 
exchange for such property, can hear of a lirst- 
rate cliance by enouiriug at tlie Press Otfice, or 
addressing same through th« mail, Jaa'J9-tf 







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THE SAIXT PAUL PRESS FKIDAY, EEBRITARY 18, 1863. 



Satdivatr. 



IliO:V una S!»Xi:EL 



H E A V Y IHARD W ARE 



O 11 13 K R 
si II t: E T I R O TV , 

yORWAT XAIL E0D3. 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

:Xails and Spikes, 
SLEIGH SHOES, 

CUTTKR SHOES 
^leigfli aiitl Cnttei 

li u :v >' E II !^ , 

iJeiit Cutter Stuff, 

HALL, KIMBAKK & CO., 

CHICAGO. 



TOUN THORWARTH. 
Jioot and Shoo 

ma:xufa.ctxjiiek, 

rUlKD STUEET, BET. Ut>Br.UT i JACKSON, 
Sr. I'A Ji., \lian.'.-iou, 

KtM^ps eonsUntly i a hand and makes to order 

BOOTS .a.:nt> shoks, 

vrhichare warranti'l todoas go«id sfrvi.v, and 
oi as gjod styld and workuuinsUi;^ as U" madd to 
ord«»r. 

STEEL SHANKS FOR SEWED BOOTS, 

riit> Brit introdui**-'! iu this citv, will be put !n 
wli^n ordoriHl. Thi* raakt'* th^boot strongi-r and 
more durabls, and l» ligUtor and titu u«>at.r. 

UErAIKIXG don-t on tbe ihort^«l nolica, and 
iu a good and neat ksyle. 

JOIIN laORWARTII. 

St. Paul. D«^. r. IMJl. d.«cr-d > y 



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W . W O O L L E T , 

*LO\VEK LEVEE, SAINT I'AUL, 
FO R^V^\.Rr>i:N^Gr 

AJ«D 



CoiunilsMiou Moreliant, 

DEAIJCR IS GROCERIKd 
JILIIN, PROVlSl')N3, Llin:, AC, AC, AC. 

AOBNT FOR THR 

PENNSYLV-IMA RAILRO-VD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Tontractsfor trail fportation betwo^n .-^t. Paul 
Boston. X.w EnijU id. M-jntn^al. N-w ^ ork and 
i;i point* East, aiai! J upon Uie lowcn and luort 

Cavorabieterni*. «.,^/^,ri-v 

jiark package*. "C W. WOOLLEY, 

janl-dly t'"'" 



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ploNEEK FOUNl>HY AND 

AOUICLLTLRAL WOUKS, 

I orn.rof Fifth and Plko »tr<>^tJ. 
I- .-:.i: .;-'!ui.'iit i* now iu full operaaon, an 

I, ,..■ ,A.-.-l 10 luruiah all kind* of 

1U«.>N ANI» UUA5.-' 

CASriNU^, FOKGINu, Ac, 

i- ^t Eiwn-rn rxu>*, viz, U-ary Mill cast 

:ui*, .--iiih w«'ight5. tiHiw Bars, >wiH.. 

tiirt*^ cwuts F»*r pound. ISras* cant 

,t uR-tal. ■z:i to 30 ^-^ut- v.-r pound. 

, < i • r dav. Particular att>>utioa 

- :1 _' u.' aii.l Boil.-rwork. lliru.U 

r •. > / r.imptlv attend>'d to. 

"." ■ . . . rs, rim'sliiuij inachin.'B 

. i uju.^.-i, for ioitf or exoliau^'i 

(IILMVN A BUSUNEI.L. 

v -rU, '.,>«,^V|^ dly 

1 K^ N . 

a. B. B xs -A. r> E rv, 

DE.H.KR I^ 

iHi>X, XAIL<, STEEL, 

Nr':!V - \:fKS. vKRIAi.K TKIJnilNGS, 
. haia, II Mr<e Nails and 
'k -iui aud Boxf^, 
Vt .^ . .. ..-.. ^- ,^-. AX..S, Kettioi. ihclf and 

PITTSBURG- COAL 
A LAUtlE STOCK OF PLOWS, 

\V - . -! on Hiird »tn>t't, between Mlnneaot 
and t\>dar-*ts., >t. Paul. oJ-ii 



llio co-partni'r'^h n. her"toforo i>xi«tin;? und.-i 
th.i name of lUiw. 11 A Waldby, of tlii.4 city, i.* 
li.'r»»bvdi«solv.d.tll • undi'rsi^i.d liu'. iug.inp..5Hil 
■jllh.'lrintorcstinsjild business to Messrs. I aoiup- 
<,)n I'.r.-thers, of tl is city, to whom wo n'ooiii 
mend a coniinuinc of tUo patrouuifo of our cu< 
[.>iuer». hither m> inbcrofthc late tirai is author 
Ued to use the lina uame in thu io;:lwmeut ol 
ilit-ir L-o-partn.Tshii' business. 

Wc take thi> occasion to expr-si oar many 
ihanksto Murfr.cniisand custcnierx for their lou^ 
ctintiuuMcontiden •♦'and patronage. 

Our oifieo hereatVr will b* at the Bankin« 
liouso of Ihompso 1 Brothers in this eitv. 

E. I. W »LI>Bj . 
H.E. UIl'WEI.L. 

St. Psul, K.>b. 1. *'"1. f'f> '-"' f- 



MILIT^^RY HORSE E<^UII*>«E]V'I^» 

SLEIGH BELLS .V^^D SKATES, 
liOPiSE BLANKETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

A. Largo Lot just Opened by 

C . PRO AL , 

MOFFirS CASTLE. COR. FOURTU AND JACKSON-STS 

January II, I8Co.— ly. 



g[lijicrtlantou.5i. 



/^^ II I C A G O BREWERY. 
LILL aITTvERSY, 

BREWERS OK 

LILL'S STOCK, 

AND 

OR£lAA£ PALE AJ^Jal, 

LAQER BEBR, 
PORTER ASD BRO^K STOUT. 
Sold by half barrel and delivered fhse of charge. 
WM. CONSTANS, 
my24^ly Aomt, St. PaaL 



Jljttt ®oofe 






1862. SPUUNa. 1862. 
I3VOEil,«40XJ^'S 13l-OCI£ 

DRY GOODS FOR CASH. 



COOLEY, CAR.>T2lR & CO., 

(Saccessors to Coolkt.Towke A Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Coinmission ^ler chants, 

IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORt 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Jbe., Jtc, 

JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE AND iniRD, SAINT PACL, MIN'S. 



LORENCE SEWING 



r>. W. Insersoll & Oo. 



§urbaub'!$ Columtt 



1862. 



1862. 



1862. 



WINTEB ABRANGEKUfiJNT. 



In the Department of 

LIQUORS Aivr> seoahs 

our stock wlUtc found i-aroE and cojiplhtk at aU timea, and at prlc«. to suit the tIows o 

closest buyers. Docembor 1. la^i 



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iXuN S sTOVE POLISH AND 




BLACK LI:aI' CRl'CIB' ES, 
For •■al' at Wt>T'S Pap.-r. Tin and tla;? War* 
H"'!*-. wh'-n* vou can buif Stove Pipe rive eeut., 
;. -^ ,.. .. ■■■." • .- -r -. 'AUo.ai; kinds of s.'>-- 
\1 .1 ,, •. old Iron. lUns, Lea<t. 
> '■.^, 3 wanteil. ijash Paid on 

. ane-Ua;i' cent* paid iu j{.jod.- 
: ■ . .._'■♦. at 

VVi> r?". on Kobert-st., 
. : I.iirs ■ SiMne Buildind. next to rtd-rt. 
Kags want*--!— :or whicli ic p<.'r pound will b' 
paid. Mink Trips for mle. 



p W. NICHOLS. 

General Insurance Agent. 

hniE LNSUR-iNCE, 

JL\RLN'E INSLTl-^^XE. 
LIFE IN-SUK-.N'CE. 

PC»LICIES 

Issued on ftiTorab e torma. In the moat reliabK 

'."ompanie*. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLES BOOKSroRE, 



^ U T L E U S E ai P O R I U M 

Cooler's C?ni*A-er&: Co. 

JACii.SON >rUEEr, BETWEEN LEVEE 
AND rillUD, >T. PALL, 
llavinjr '.;:tely nia.le liU-ral addiU jn« to their larje 
and well A-Ssof.ed stock of 

iriiii«*>' Oro<*orle«is,FriiitJ!», 

iuTite the early aitiUiiou of sutllers and othera 
ie.kinitAnuv Supplies, to their <el.-ct:ou »t<ji>o«ls, 
w.iich they offer ui closx ligures for Caiih or Oo.- 
eruiuenl Voucaurs: 

Cixnriod ITrviits. 



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ANT & FREEMAN 



AlToRNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

Offic«J in MWlung's ;Ph'T>uix) Block, corner ol 

ihiri and \Vaba*haw-3is., 

ST. PAUL MINNESOTA, 

Will practice in all the StaU> and Federal Courts. 
Moue/ loaned on ^ood »ecurity. 
*»rri<ecialatleution paid to collecting. 
W. 11. t.RA.Nr. dec.>4niO» J. ll. ipUKliMAN. 



K. 



S 1' E N C E R 



PEACHV.-S 

RAaPJiKKIMES 

BI.ArKHKKUlES 

CUERUIKS 

WauiilLEBEUUIKS 



..Soo do*en, fresh and tine. 
. •.••«) do do do 

.v;<iO do do do 

.,'is) do do do 

..UiU do d« da 



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iVuoccUancou$, 



r T O U S E FOR RENT 






A small house with five rooms, and a good eel 
ar. :"jr rvnt on easy terms to a ^ood tenant. 
Li» AfluN CENTRAL. 

Ic, .;i,-< 'i:T:te. »30-tf 

O T. PALL C HAIR F AC TO RY 



H. GfALLEY. 

Maaufactarer of 

Cane and AYood Seat 
C M ^A. I R S ! 

THE TPvADE SLTPLIED. 

WABASUAW srBKBT, BKT. 5TH A 3TH, 3T. PACL 
MlS:«ES«>TA. nOT* 



janl0.1ly Third street, m. 1'auI, Min. 

rRTGALE.NS PRIVATE DISPEN- 
SARY, 

om«'o. 

E.-rADLI«.IIED IN ."^T 
PAUL. .June, I.-xi.'. for the 
cure of the fuUoMing com- 
plaints: < HK«».Nil' AND PRI- 
VATE L)l*EA»K.*, includinj 
the VENEREAL 1)I.>EA.>- 
ES in all its form... .Mrictun-, 
Piles, Fistula, Kuptaro. L>i>- 
cases ot the Kidney«, Blad- 
der, Ac. r<> V')rN'>i Mkn. 
particular attention giwu 
to the secret intirinitins of 
youth and mauhood arisiui; 
troni certain secret babit.o. 
MlI'l'I.E A«.EU and even 
OLD Mi:?*, who !• <^1 a debiltiy in advance of their 
years restored ro ■ iffor. 

Jri THK L\f'ir.- — Femali* I>i'iea.<e« cure«i, such 
a.* L.>ucorrhea. J|en<trual Di.<ea.<e.-(, Fallinjr of 
the Womb, Ul.-eraiion ol the <>s Uteri, Ac. F.>r 
^ale, Ur.Dewe^'* Ikmo.k Pu.UHfor ob«truc»ion-<, 
i.-r>»gularitii'<, *c. Safe and crtuin at all tini-'s. 
but should not b-- uted d'lring pre^juancy, as they 
would proiluci' .V'-mrri.ii;.'. Price J I p"r box. 
and may be senl by mail. Al«o, I>K. <i vl.KS's 
PnEVESTl'"K, f> r tiio*e wi.shinji t.) l.init their 
offspring, will l.-i.<t a life tim*-, and warranted !<■ 
not injure the he:.:th. Price iZ, and may be sent 
bv mail. 

PATIENTS ATA DISTANCE— Treated by 
correspond-'nce, ind Medlducs sent under seal 
to cureanv oas»» iit home. 

>■. B. — ^^For particulars concemiif the above 
inatt>r<, send for )ur MKDir.vi. Rei'okt ona.New 
Method of I'r.'au leut, ''ontaininff <A pages. :«en- 
graviugj, and nmaerous cases, sent under seal, ua 
receipt of ten cw! ts or stamps. 

In addition t.> :• regular .Medical Education, the 
f)octor has had n.uiy years' fxperi^noe in th« 
treatment of th" ibuve di.seas*-*, and by devoting; 
himself exL-iusivIv to this department of prac- 
tice, and preparing his own Medicio-s, he is ena- 
bled t.» curf all ciiMi.'s within the reach <>f medical 
aid, without ris ; or exposure, in the shortcut 
possible time, -separate apartments always in 
reserre so thatp: tienH <eo uo one but the doctor, 
and all intervi.-w* confldential. 
a^Oiflce in C incert Hall, Third street. 
OEKICK lIoLi .s daily from 9 A. m. to 2 P. M. 
Sundars Irom '-' o 5 P. M. 

Address all coi imunications to DR. GALFN'S 
SAINT PAUL, MINNF>orA. janl 



ii'orei;!!! Fruits. 
RAISIN'S, Ijiver A M. R.'— wholes halves A qra. 

CLRlL-VN r^ fi'-sh aud good. 

PKU N ES— k-g< and jars. 

PLUMS— French. 

UATES. 

Se;£ars. 

lOO.uoO— embracing large variety, and including 
tome choice and popular brands. 

Tobiic-oos. 

iJO Packages, iiuludiug assorted gradi-s— Plug, 
Fin- Cut (hewing, >mokiug, liilly Bowl. ({», 
Meerschaum, Kinnikinick, ic, Ac. 

Oysster'* and SarcUn*»s«. 

A full liue favorite braods : also, LOB.-«TEBS, 
SALMON, HALIBUT, HERRING, Ac, Ac. 

Brandiesi, ^Vitled, Bourbon 
"VVTii^lcv. "Sco. 

A l«r»«« varietv, including some fine Old Bran- 
dies and Whiskvs, bottled , which we can coOll- 
dently r'vonimi-ud as very superior. AUo, 

Ginger Wine, Blackberry Brandy, 

UiUi^-r IJrandy, Apple Uraudv, 

Peach Craud/, Cherry Braudy. 

Co ntVc t io ne rv. 

Fig Pa.»te, a?sort>'d Candies, Gum Drop4, Loi 
enges, Liquorice, Spruce Ouui, Ac, Ac. 

?3"utH. 
A full line, including every variety. 

Oct. ber U, \f^~. 



Dentist, 23 Years, 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 

As f^r as I know, my terms for jiractice will be 
the usual fees of Dentists of this State. 

I insert ARTIFICIAL PIVOT TEETH, which 
arQ heaitnier, cheaper, more beautiful and durable 
than teeth set on platu. 

PivoT Teeth do »or Pkevkst the Tastisc 
uK Food— Plate T kkth uo. 
I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Toeth 
(elegantly,; as lo last the life of ttie patient. 
~ Uons^uuions without charge, 

a2I-^m 



F 

MACHINE AGENCY, 

One door East of Davenport's Bookstore, on 

^Tht'*'' FLORENCE" SEWING MACHINES 
make K»LR different stitches on one and the 
same machine. Thus the LorK, docble-lo«k, 
KNOT AND uoublk-knot, all of which make the 
seam alike on both sides of the fabric. Either or 
all can Ui produced while thu Machine is in mo- 
tion. 

They have the reversible feed motion, 
which enables the operator to have the work car- 
ry either wav, or to chaago the direction, and 
fksten the eud of seams, weioh, together with 
making a long and a short stitch, is done simply 
by turning a thumb screw. 

Their motions are all positive. There are no 
springs to get out of order. They are so simple 
that tte most inexperienced can work them per- 
fectly and with ease. They are noiseless, and 
can bo used where quiet is necessarv. 

Ihev are the FAS lEST SEV\ ERS in the 
WoRLD, making ilva stitches to each revolution. 
They oil no dresses. Their stitch is tho wonder 
of all, because of its combined elasticity-, 

STUENGTU and BEAUTY. 

Prices No. 1, 147.00, No. 2, f 57.00, No. 3, $67.00, 
No. 4, ir.:.oo. No. 5, «77,(», No. 6, «vA'»". No. 7 
Cabinet opener, t'JO.OU, No. 7 Cabinet cased, 
$<io.OO, Mahoganv *'J7.00, Rosewood llOo.iW. 
Hemmers and all necessary tool* included iu the 
above prices. , . „ 

on hand diiHerent kinds of lower priced Ma- 
chines. Call and sou the "Florence Machines." 

jyl5-dtf 0. W. BAbCOCK. 

I S S ELIZA WASS, 

Third Stkhkt, next Door to Gbekslkaf's 
Is now receiving 

Direct from. New York, 

A LAR<JE ASSORTMENT of the very 

RICHEST AND L.VTEST STYLES 
or 

MILLINEKY aOODS. 

To which she invites the attention of 

Xlie LadieB of St. Faul and other 

Townw in tlie State. 

St. Paul, Sept. -7th, 1S6-. •27-17 



HAVK JUST BECKIVKD A I.ASGE STOCK. OF 



SPRINGS DRY GOODS, 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CABETIXO THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AND THK 

TJnitecl States Miail. 



The roads are weU stocked with first OaM 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful apd exi>e 
rienced drivers, aU under the control of comp»* 
tent agenta. 



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1 E N D S AND PATRONS : 



W 



ANTED. 

2 Chair Makers; 1 Good 
Fur- 



S Cabinet Maker'* ; 
Chair fainter, at tho 
Haeitinc^ Steiun Sa»»h. and 

niture IJ^actory. 
.4.1SO, for sale, a 

POUT ABLE STEAM ENGINE A BOILER 

Cylinder x inch hore, and U inch stroke. 

gS-tf HKK/.OG A fORSO.S. Hasting*. 



* )ur Stock is now complete, embracing ALL 
HAl IS NEW IN 

^lillinerv 3Drv Goods. 

and LADIES" FURNISHING and FANCY AR- 
ilCLEs. our French Hats are quite pretty ; in 
Ft-lt, Iteavcr and Plush, w>' have the latest design* 
Wo have Millinery article* by tho Quantity, ti 
suit tlie trade. In Shawls, Cloaks and Cloaking 
we have a large supph — wejiave twenty different 
pait.-rns; one is tiie ilcCl«'llan— ihe pattern cost 
V.oi in Paris. Also, the (iothia and Excelsior 
t loaka, so uiucli admired in high circles. East. 
Our stock is large in Nubias, Moods, Sontags 
Fn-uch t_>p»-ra Hoods, Zephyr Worsted Wool 
Yarns, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries, Whit 
(.roods, Ac, Ac. Dress (toods, Balmoral and Hoo' 
Skirts, by the quantity. Five dozen Winte. 
Shawls, that must be sof.l, wiih almost every art' 
cIm wau:<?d in tue housekeeping Kue. Wo soiici 
an early call. liespectiuUv yours, 

MRS. J. .1. DUGAN, 
Below Day A Jenks' Drug Store, Third Street 
where the wax lady is in thu window. o'i.Vlf 

M. i\. KELLOGG, 

WHOLKSALE AXD BKTAIL OEALKB IS 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 

Children's fABS— .^very rariety; F.gg, Lemon, 
liingtT, boston aud Soda CRACKER.^; Travel 
Ing, School and Work BASKETS; MAPLE SU 
GAK; Fresh CANDIES from New Y'ork— also 

4^ THK BEST CIGARS I?C THE CITT. 

M.N. KKLLOr.O. 



\ Y M. I L L I N G VV O R T U . 
TVtttcli Maiiulactiirer. 

-AJf D — 

TOWN CLOCK BXJITJDKR ! 

SIGN OF TUE TOWN CLOCK. 

JACKSON-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



cojJSMTi^o or 
FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every variety of quaHty, trill be gold at prices 

TO SUIT TUHI TIMKS. 
Mottled MoreUo Qoths, from 10 to 25c per yardl 

TLAID POIL DK CHEVKES, 
EMBROIDERED POIL DE OUKVRK3, 

KVURT VARIETY OF CHALLEY3 

EMBBOlUEttKl) .\NDGKEY GRISAILLES 

BLUE, GREEX AND RINK BBRRAGE LKXIFISA. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMEKIC-V-N MOUSLU5K DE 

LAUJE.S; rr.lNTKD LAWNS IX 

GREAT V.VKIKTY. 

A SPLENDID STOCK OK OINGHAMa 

ALSO 

BLACK AND RICH FANCY SILKS. 

MEN AND BOVS' SIMMER WEAK; 

BROADCLOTHS, BLACK A F.VJJCY CASSIMERES, 
SATTIXET8, ASD SUMMER CLOTHS. 
ALSO 

A. VERY LARGE STOCK OF 

HOSIERY, GLO"V ES, 

AKO 

EM:BIlOir> ERIES, 

PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, KTC, 
ALSO 

A LAiiGE STOCK OF 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BY THE PIECE OB PACKAGE FOR TUK 

COUNXRY TRADE. 

COUNTRY MERCUANTS 
Can purchase thuir Goods of ua, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 



SCHEDULE OF DEPARTWRES FROM SAKIT PAUL 

For Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, ReedS 
Landing, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona and Iji 
Crosse— connecting with the LaCrosse and Mil 
waukeo Itailroad — t-very morning at » a. m. 
For Stillwater— Daily, at 8 a. m. 
For Shakopee, Jordon, St. I^wrence, Belte 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse ue 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at i. P. »• 
For Rosemount, Castle Uock, Northfield, Can 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton FaUs an.i 
i»watonna, connecting at <M'atonua, for Wilto 
St. M:u-y's, Winnebago Agency and Manl«to 
Also for Rice Lake, Clareniont, Wasioja, Man 
tonille, Itochester, ChatUeld, and W inona— Dally 
at 4 a. m. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando 
Monticelio, Clearwater, St. Augusta and Si 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 a. m. 

For Sank Rapids, P-elle Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— fuesday's, Thursday'* and Satai 
day's at o o'clock A. M. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, toit 
Abercrombi.— Monday'* and Wedneiday's at '. 
o'clock A. M. 

F«r Sunrise, with connections for Superlot 
and Bay Held— Monday's Wednesday's and Fii 
day's, at 7 o'clock a. m. 

For further pr.niculars Inquire at the Genera 
Office on Thira Street. 

J. C. BURBANK A CO.. 
nov.i4-dIy Proprietors. 

-VTERCUANTS' DISPATCH 

Fast Ereiglit I^iuo, 

OWNED AND XANAGKD BT 

AJMlElIilCAJ< EISLPRKSS CO. 

All overcharges settled by J. C. A H. C. 3»r- 
banx A Co., Agents. 
New York office, 1}» Murray street. 
Boston office, 69 Washington street. 
piar.a-dly 

KEGS SUGAli HOUSE, GOi^ 

den and Ambre, a choice article, at 
J. C. A li. C. BURBANK A Co.'s 



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N . B E M A N & C O 



\11ES' EXTRA SUGAR CURED 



CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS, 

CORNER OF KIKTU AND ROBERT STREETS, ST 
I'AUL, MINNESOTA. 

We are prepare*! to manufactur« to order all 

kinds of BL'u.UKS, Ct^TrKRi*. Ll MBKU WAt.oNs, 
EXl'KKS.s AM- i.Ko«k;;Y W.V«i'>NS. ioX<i>KI) 

HA<Ks and srA.iE -sLKiuit.s, of the best quality, 
aud latest pattern, and of Eastern stock, which 
enablHS us io warrant them in ev-ry particular. 
Also all kinds of repairing promptly and lailluul 
ly execated on the most reasonable terms. 
)o4-dAin 



O T I C E 



S 



lOUX DEPREDATIONS 



I will attend p •omptI» and faithfully to the col- 
lection of eiaini- ari.-iug out of tlie recent depr*?- 
dations of liie s oux Indians. 

«jEO. a. NOURSE. 

ta6-tr Attornev at (jiw. St. Paal. 



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For sale by 



II .V >x s , 

S. K. PUTNAM. 



Xj^URS. FURS. FURS. 

C. J. KOVITZ, 
MANUFACrURER OF FINE FUTW, OF 

ALL DKSCRimoNS AND EVERT STYLK, 

THIRD ST., Concert Hall Block, SAurr PAtrL 



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A G N E T I C 
Ta<?lt Hamineirai. 



If vou don't want to mash your fingers, buy one 
for i) eentn. at E. A H. 1 . BELLS. 

CoifV'e is hi^'h. Buy a patent Coffee Strainer; 
It clears the coffe#, and sav»« one third. Only 
25 cents. E. A. H.T.BELL. 

Patent Litters. Will lift everything hot off the 
ati»vH, without buruing your aneers. Only 25 
0^0;^, E. A. H. Y. BELL. 

Agents wante<l to canvass the State for the 
above articles. A smart man can make big wages. 
For particulars, address, enclosinz «ta™P?. , 

E. A If. ^ . BELL. 
Sole Agents for Minnesota. 
.m. Paul, .Tnly 11th. IHfl-J. jyl'-dtf. 

HORACE B. BIGELOW. OLIVER DALRYMPLK. 

BIGELOW & DALRYMPLE, 

ATTOP.NEYS ANDC0UNSELL0E3 AT LAW, 

S*. Paul, >Iinjiesota. 

Will attend particularly to collection* through- 
out the State ; and, until their paymemt by the 
Government, wUl give especial attention to tha 
prosecution and settlement of claims of LNDEM- 
KITY FOR SlOtrX DEPREDATIONS. sSe-.-tai 



IRBY'S COMBINED 
Reaper and 'yi.o-wcr. 

li.X. PITT A COS 

THRES-HING MACHINES. 

We ar«» now s )Ucitlng orders for the above oele 
brated maciiine >. 

Persons i.i w.ut are Invited toesamine themat 
our store on Tl ird «tre«?t, as we ffwl conri<lent 
our terms and prices, as w^-ll as th* machines 
ihemselve*, wi! be found *ati«factorv. 

A general as4ortmeut of Agricultural Imple- 
ment* on hand. 

je27- NICOL3 A DEAN. 

JAUNDAS MILLS' 

CELEBRA1 ED XX FAMILY FLOLTi, 

For tale In bbla. or sack* by 

E. A n. Y. B. 11, near the Wlnslow Konae ; S 
K. I'utnam, coi ner3dand Market Sts. ; Beaumont 
and Gordon, orner 3d and Jackson SU.; J.B. 
Slichter, come * of 7th and Jackson bts. 
Warranted t la best 

AX FAMILY FLOUR 

offered in thi • market. Orders fnm Hotel « 
Bakers and otters shall have prompt attention 
and immediate delivery. 
aiarlj J, 8. ARCHIBALD. 

S. REVENUE STAMPS, 



TNDL\N WAR IMPLEMENTS. 

The undersigned are Agents for 

BALLARD'S CELEBP.ATED 

Breeola Loading J^nxiy Carbines, 

The most perf»*ct and most convenient breech 
loading gun iu us<*. < "rders received at our office 
wherx a sample may be aeea. 
wnema*«up 7 J ^ BURBANK A CO. 



*4 

N 

At a meeting of the Dirertors of the Dakota 
Land Company held at their office, St. Paul, Jan- 
uary 'Si, imui, an aasessmerit of one dollar p«<r 
share, was levied on the Capital ."stock of <aid 
< uitipany to be paid on or before the 6th day ol 
March next. 

janJ5-t>w T. B. CA.MPBELL, Secretary. 

LIDAY BOOKS. 



Having had over THIRTY YEARS E.^PERI- 
ENCE in the best Watch Factories la England 
and America, he feel* himself competent to do 
anything in his line 

A, LITTLE SUPERIOR 

to any other establishment in the Northwest. 

g^^ B.— Persons wishing to perfect them 
selves in tho business, will be received under in 
jtruction on VERY MODERATE TERMS. 

«^ Fine work done and Clock and watcn 
Wheel* cut for the trade at lo w rates. mrtfy 

rp O B A C C O, ~~ 

Ciffcurs, ripes, SmiflT, Sec. 

F. W. TUCHELT, 

Third Street, next door to Comb's Book S'ore 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars 
Ac., is just receiving his fall and winter stock 
and is prepared to liU order* to any extent, for 

FLNE IMPORTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Chewing Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior 
tu any in the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a large assortment. These pipes are all the go 

'^'"'* F. W. TUCHELT, 

St. Paul. Nov. 17. Bovndly, 



We invite tho attention of the ladies to our now 

styles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OUR E>rTIRE STOCK 

WILL BE 

SO]L.I> FOR. CA.SR, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 
The public are Invited to visit 

OUR NEAV STORE. 

D. W. INGEPtSOLL & CO. 

spr30-dly St. Paul, Minnesota. 



100 



A LARGE STOCK OF FLNE Li- 
quor* and Cigars, which we offer at prices 
thai will int^ure quick .sales, at 

jJ:. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'* 

BBLS. ASSORTED WHIS- 

key, for sale at 
J, C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'s 



300 



300 



WHOLE. HALF AND QUAR- 

ter boxes Raisins, crop of lo6. , at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK A Co.'s 



Or\ BBLS. STUART'S BEST HON- 

^mj\J ey Syrup, a choice article, for table use at 
J. C. A U. C. BURB.VNK A Co.'s. 



nor^ PACKAGES ASSORTED 

J.^O Fruits, consisting of Plum.s, Prunes 
Currants and Citron, all new crop, for sale at 
orices to suit the times. 

J,C, A U.C. BURBANK A Co.'s 



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UKNITURE 



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All lienominations, for sale at 

Tho Tratler**' Banlc, 

.Vort*ic«*t eoj rur of Lak* anU Clark Streets, 

CaicajEo, Illinoi**- 
A discount ol I per cent, on all sums of #100, and 
up to #5<") : ai d of .1 per cent, on all lum* ol $.'>o«» 
and upwards, will be allowed, payable in stamps. 
All bankable 'unda received in payment »t par. 
Packages will be forwarded by mail or expres* at 
the expense a id risk of purchaser. 
j»a'.H>-::m» E. I. TINKHAM, Cashier. 



JOHN" PRIMROSE 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

CABINET AND CHAIR 

FURINTITUKE 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps consuntly on band s complete ssiort- 
ment of 

PAULOR, 

GHAXBES, 

DINETG-ROOM 

yURI^ITURE, 

or ALL STYLES, AND OF SUPEBIOB WORK- 

Most of mv Furniture is of my own manufac- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
eoual to the Ix'st th>Te is'made iu tlie U. S. A. 

As a nimble *Lxp«>nc^ Is always better than a 
slow shiling, I am determined to sell a v»'ry li^fht 
shaiie abovw cost. Everybody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call iHjfore purchasing. 

C^REMEMBER PLACE: Stone Bnild- 

!n«— Third Street— above the Bridge. St. Paul 
Minn. l»n-'4dly 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Pliotogi'aphic Albums. 
ANNUALS. 

JUVENILE BOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Disssected Pictures. 
PORTFOLIOS 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOT BOOKS. 

Everything in hi* line. 

DA\T:NP0RT HAS GOT 'EM. 

deeao 

ATAWBA BRANDY. 



T WATSON WEBB, JR., 

^.'iucccssor to Walter W. Webb,) 

WHOLK3.VLE DEALEE IJf 

FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS ANT) 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 

an 1- tf SlllLEY BL O CK, THfR D- S T. 



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EW GOODS! -NEW GOODS! 



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The andersigned having been appointed sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYONS PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDT 
For the State of Minnesota, call* tha attention oi 
Physician* and tho public to it* medicinal quail- 
tie*. 

St. Faa». -Til* f* ' 



WALTER W. WEBB. 



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ETAL W.VREHOUSE. 



V.\-NDERVOORT, TICKERSON & 

IMPORTER* or 

Tin Plate Sec, 

AGENTS PUB 



CO. 



AND DEALERS IN 

TI !ff ar K m '• 

STOCK. 



IMPROVED 

SCu^LES 
199 asid 401 IKaa«lalpk.Sc., Cklcitgrv- 

decl3-Cm P. O. Box 31(57. 



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50 



BARRELS 

— or — 



lyr ARINE BANK. 

Organized under the General Banking Law of 
Minnesota. 

O.n.TURRELL, Cashier. C. K.WELLS, Pres't. 

tf^Office iu Coulter's Block, Jackson Street, 

;■?'. Pai,l. declft-^ni 

DR. DeMONTREVILLE, 

DE^TTIST, 
office in French's Block, ^ 
Third S(r*«t, mm»r th« P»«< OMce. 
SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA. 



CsAlRboi^ oir.. 

.iL80 A QCAjrrtTT Of 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 
For MUe by J. C. * H. C.BURBANK A Co. 




rpUE UNDERSIGNED, 

DEALERS IN 

Fork:, Grain, Grooerios 
and Fro-vision**, 

Invite their friends and buyers generally to call 
upon them ir CaMtner's Building, I'ounh street 
above ,Iacks. n, where will be found, ^-ugar ( ured 
Ham* and SI oulder* ; Lard by the jar, drkin or 
barrel; Beef Corned aud Dried; Oat.s and Corn 
and a genera. »tock of Choice Groceries, and all 
at the very U we»t rates. 

The higheit price pud for Pork »nd Grain. 

JaaU-;^* S£AG£U A UOYT. , 



Xp K N A U F T , 

(Comer of Seventh and Olive street*,) 

HAS IS ADDITION T® UlS NEW A FULL STOCK Of 

Groceries Sc Fro-^sions, 

A complete assortment of 
QUEEN3WARE, LAMPS, Ac. 
All of which will be sold at the lowest possibk 

"^''nEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct and 
readv for use. Those who have Hay, Grain of 
Livestock for sale can gave meney by getting It 



rpAX DEEDS. 

THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANT 

Have now on hand the latest and bost form of 
tax d«>eils. It is ^uiuble for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of tho Legislature, and In conformity 
with all their requlaiUon*, and 1* prepaxed Vf .ae 
State authorities 
Price 50 cent* per dotes, or %» per baBdred. 

p.VSII PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BARLEY", OATS and CORN, and DRESSED 

HOGS, at my Warehouie, Upper Levee, St. Paul. 

decJl-tf ALBERT McCARGAR. 



A. 



s 



lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



Indemnity can be had. 

Steps are being taken bv the Government te as- 
certain wlio have sulTered loss in property, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have all the necessary forms, and 
are pos»essi-d of superior advantages for having 
thesM claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, aud will give special attention to 
such as are placed in their hands. 

SMITH A GILMAN, Att rneyi. 

St.raal,Sept.2i, 16(U. 



F. KNIGHT, 
A.RCHITECT 



Will furnish designs. Plans, DeUfli,SpfclflcBtlone 
and Estimates for buildings of every kind, got up 
In the best style for the reduced pnce of one per 
cent on estimated cost, and will, if required, su- 
perintend the erection of the same, both in the 
city and country, at equally low rates. Office in 
French's Block, Third atreet, St. Paol, MInne 
■Ota. myft-*m 



JUST RECEIVED. 
DRY GOODS AT GREAT B.\RGAINS, 

Splendid chance to purchase Holiday Presents at 

SBdTH Ac TAYI^OR'S, 
«• Oheap Ca»li Store," 

THmD.STP.EET, NEXT DOOR TO THE N. W. 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

We have on hand a choice lot^of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

the cheapest in the market. 

SONTAGS, NUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARFS, 

in great variety of styles and colon. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unequalled.ln thi* dty, conaisting In part of 

SPLEKDin FREXCn MERISOES, 

of the best make, in all.colori. 

ALL \VOOL REPS, 

PLAIN AND FIGURED UNION REPS, 
Plain'and Figured Delaines, Mottled Cloths, Em- 
press Cloth*, Valencia Plaids, Ac, Ac. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dress Good*. 

Also choice patterns of Flannel Sheetings. 

All kind* of White and Colored 

y t, A. N" N E li , 

I Great Bargains in Bleached and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic Goods, Hosiery, 

Gloves, Ladles' and Gentlemen'* 

Wrappers and Drawers, Hoop Skirts, Corset*, Ac. 

All of which we will sell 

for cash at figures to suit the closest buyer*. 

4^ Call and examine for yourselves, at 

"The Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR, 

dec23 ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



AT WHOLESALE. 

A large assortment of New Style 

Hoods. jSr-abias, 

Soutaj^s an*! Comforters, 

ALSO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

WOOL SOCKS, 
Buck Grieves & Mittens, 

Having a surplus of these goods we 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGAINS. 

Hofipau &. Camp. 

nov29 

CARPETS. 

C^VRPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH BUGBEE, 

THIRD-ST., ABOVE THE BRIDGE, 

declMm ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



1 ^O KUXES W. K. CHEESE ; A 

A.Ov-^ prime article, at low 15gur»*s, at 

J, C. & H. C. BURBANK A Co.'* 

^f\ GR-VNTS PATENT F.^'NIN<i 

tjXj Mills for sale at manufacturer's prices, at 
J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'* 



YOU WILL FIND ONE OF THK 
largest and best se^cted stocks of Grocer- 
ies in the West, at the warehouse of 
d ec W J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co. 

T3RINTERS' INKS. 



All sorts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrate.i 
manufactory of J. E. Wade, New York, for sale 
at manufacturer's prices, bv 

decl.: J. C. A U. C. BURBANK A CO. 



420 

brands, at 



BOXES ASSORTED TU- 

bacco, comprising all the favorite 
J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'s 



^f\ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CASl 

O v-^ steel Axes. Also 30 dozen Red Riv-i 
Axes : also 25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, tii -"i 
quality, at 

J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'s 

RECEFV^ED ON CONSIGNMEN'I . 
4,iX)0 PoLNDS Dried Peaches, and 7,o<>' 
Pou.'JD- DlUED APPLE.S, to be sold low for ca^li. 
mvSltf J. C. BUliBANK A CO. 



WE HAVE JUST PwECEIVED A 
larga supply of Western Reservk 
Cheese which we offer low for cash. 
jeH J. C. A U. C. BURBANK A CO. 



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MY FRIENDS & PATRONS. 



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LIFTON HOUSE, 



MANKATO, 



MINNESOTA. 



Thi* House is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and is among the largest in the Minne- 
*oU Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED, 

And the proprietor, from long experience in the 
business, flatter* himself that he will be able to 
satisfy the traveling public. 

Ja-CHARGES MODERATE. -Mr 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Mankato. Minn.. April gjth, 18f>2. 



Having engaged my services to the Messrs. .). 
C. A 11. C Burlank t" Co.. corner I^vee and .sif> 
ley streets, I may be found in the Wholesale Ciro- 
eery Department, where it will afford me plea*ui4 
to see my old customers once more. 

We shall have a hirge and weH selected stoin 
of goods, usually kept in our line, on hand, wliicii 
I respectlully ask you to examine before purcha* 
ing el.sew here. 1 hope to merit for the house i 
portion at least of that patronage you have here 
tofore so liberally bestowed uiHjn me 

mar8 A. L. LARPENTEUR. 




PPLES! APPLES! 

75 bfirreU choice, Jut received and for sale low 
by 8. K. PUTNAM, 

mar Tbird ud Marktt itrMtt. 



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ENTISTRY 



DR. BOWMAN, having taken rooms in the 
Winslow House, will give his attention to all who 
may desire his professional services. 

Although a comparative stranger, yet the Dp. 
is confident that, guided by thu firm principles ot 
justice and equity — courteous and faithful manip- 
ulation, he may win the confidence of all. 

Dr. B. intends his operation* *hall rank only 
with other first-class operators. 

t^ Ansesthetics judiciously administered. 

49- Office hour* from 8 a. M. to s.^. m- 

G. A. BOW MAN, 

JanU-aiii Anthony. 



FAIRBANK'S 

STA^^TDARD 

SCALES 

OP ALL KINDS. 

Also, WarehouseTrucks, Lettei 

__ _ Presses, Ac, Ac. 

FAIKBANKS, GREEN LtUF A CO., 

17:i Lake Street, Chicago. 

For sale in St. Paul, by J. C. A U. C. BurbankA 

«^h'p ««rpftal tn b wv only the gonnlw e14-dwiT 

fi'A L M E R ' S PURE 



V I N E a -A. K . 

This is the kind of Vinegar that should be naed 
by all housekeepers for 

FICKLES 

AND THE 

TA-BIjE. 

It is warranted pnre and wholesome, and to 
give perfect aatiafaction wherever uaed. Try it, 

AND YOU WILL HAVE NO OTHER. 

For sale at our worJu on libley street, and by 
all grocers who hav«9b eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS FOR SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS Jk CO. 



Poet OflBce, 8«. Paaal, Xia 

OFFICE HOURS. 

On week days from 7 o'clock A. M. to T.S' o'clock 

P M 

Vjn Sundays, ttom. 12 o'clock 3J, to 1 o'clock 

P. M. 

WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 

ARRIV.'.L AND DEPARTURE OF MAILfl. 

For I.ACro3»e— Eastern Mail— Leave* daUy.ex- 
jept Fridav, at a a. M. 
Arrive* daily, except Tuesday, at 8 P. Jf . 
For Minneapolis— leaves daily, except Sunday, 

at 4 A. M. , . 

Arrives dailv— except Sunday, at 4 P. M. 
For Stillwater— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 

7 A. M. 

Arrives dailv, except Sunday, at 6 P. M. 

For Hudaon- leaves daily, except Sunday, ar 

6 A. M. 

Arrives daUy, except Sunday, at 7 p. m. 

For Mankato— leave* daily, except fiunday, at 

Arrives dailv, except Sundav, at about 12 M. 
For Northiield— leave* daily, except Sunday, 

' Arrived daily, except Sunday, at about 7 P. n. 

For Sunri.se City— leaves Monday, Wednesday, 
and Fridav, at « A. M. . o .. j 

ArrivesTuesday, Thuraday, and Saturday, at 

aoout 7 P. M. ... . 

For Cannon Falls— leaves I'uesday, nt 7 A. >i. 
Arrives Wednesday, at 7 P. M. 
For Red Wing— leaves W^eduesday, at 8 A. M. 
Arrives Tues.lay, at 6 P. M. 
For Carver— leaves Thursday, at 7 A. X. 
Arrives Wednesday, at 7 p. M. 
For Cottage Grove — leaves Saturday, at 1 P. M. 
Arrives Saturday, at 12 M. 
Mails leaving before 7 o'clock A. M. eloae at 

7 T* M 

All others close half an hour before the time of 
departing, except Eastern which closes at i» P. m. 

The postage upon all transient printed matter, 
foreign and domestic, and upon all letters, tor- 
elgn and domestic, is now required to be ftilly 
prepaid by United States posture stamps, except 
in cases where prepayment on fetters, Ac, to for- 
eign countries u opuonal and the sender* do not 
wish to prepay. , 

Persons filing letters, newspaper*. Ac. 
whether domestic or to foreign countries, shouid 
therefore ascertain at the office of mailing, tio 
exact postage in each case and affix United sutes 
posuge stamps of sufficient value to prepay Uw 
KTll po-tage thereon.^ NICHOLS, Po*tm«ter. 

St. Paul, November 15, 1M>2. 



lyf-ERRILL IS PAYING CASH FOR 

Old Paners of everv kind, old Books of every de- 
scription. Reading, BUink or ^^chool Books and 
Pamphlets. Paper lUgs wanted at MERRI LL ^ 
Hurry them along and get the cwh. febS-dAwtf 



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GOOD COLLATERAL SECURITY REQUIRED 
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On Third-st., second door trom Jackson-»t. 
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THE SAINT PAUL PkESS, FRIDAY, FEBRQAIiV 13, 1863. 



T H 1^ CITY. 

}.l. N. Kl'.l.i.'>i;«i h.is j;u>t ivivivt'il l.oiu- 
ons, Mask.s. aiul MarLks. Now is voiir 

lirae, boy^. U'V M:irM-..'<. 

I'l ::-..>N >.:.. — ilr. .1. V.'. Solby, rci-ont- 
1; rii.uriu.m u! t!./ C\.nr.ty r.oar>l. lias 
ilMR" «.'.ist, with his lady. lli> objoi-t was 
to obtain a'lviiu' «oiv;^rrni!i^ Lis luTilth, 

vliioh luti'i-ly l.;i> tiiTii poor. 

Tin: LiAi 1 jm: io-mumj.— !t uinst not 
1..' for-ouni tli.i; I':ilc:i O'llriin hTtiiiv:» 
r.>-ni;:lit in liiiirs..ir^ Hall, cii the sul)- 
...i •'• ll;;iiii ;:."■ Ti;i:i ki-t;;ro is jiivon 
i.i aiil 01 thi- St. \i:uo5:t .It- IV.'sl. ;xC'ath- ; 
, Vw !'K':u\\-loTit So. iofy. ami thopi-OCLi'ds | 
...... to 1 c ilx.i! I • .::..: -aMo ol'jiTts.— 

Mr. OT.. i< a U-iiunT t.i fOUsIJoraMo ee- 
; 1 rltv. aiul his Kvturcs aio somewhat 
;■!,•(• witt'. th;'.n serious, lit- is. we be- 
: vo .1 i\:.i;l\e ot Smith t)'i'rien. the cel- 
i !>rateil Irisii I'atrioi. 

r..\vir.iii !.A;:;.r Kamilv.— A ver- 
•:.int cri r.t. iVi.:!i tlie eotJiitry — the same 
,!i;in w!:,. \va< i'.yiii;: irohl at par lor his 
p:!n.Ii.!-t — -"> . !'.-i'r\iil to I'O iiiteiuly 
-.ii-irvr :U a !n>.>i' \ \ >:. nlay. riiially he 
. -i.ko li- mill. 1 to a passer by. •'Wali 
,,,„v_;li, re nujsi 1 e a ridit si.iart f.iirily 



ol tlu-;:i I- 
I'ur Iri<".ii! 



IIows .'■* '-Wh-U KIIows ?" asketl 
•• \\'\)\- the Ktna ses. rejoin- 



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t';;. •. ; v.u rJ ''lit lialt thc 
htrtist's iti towii. rowcrlul lar^e luiuily 
ill ..• ■■ ' ';:r.-t".:ii; h:s arms elb.'w deep 

i-!t. i..- . ..; . i"i-i porkets, he >tri;ih" oil. 

l'i;!>.'\A' . -Wr !v :;:-:i that our o!.! an.! 

(stectn.-.I .:.::.::. .;.<e;!i W. lVi:i.-e. 
iNo.. i IS r .«•% 1 ;'i ■ appointment of 
;":•.:_'.: aii.l i'l.-'.v: Air.'ni lor the 1-a 
, ■ : ; M..A..'. .• iI.;ilioa.l at New 



\ O l\, Out ^ ■- 

:;i par; v.-itli ^[;- 



....,\ . We rejjret 

. 'at reeommen 1 

.rehants v.Im insy 

.M-k to be shippeil 

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A.; , ;: \ - K: riv::...— The State 
r.t.^uri.; L.i- :\..!.- 1 ;.;!.'tiut.:jts as fol- 

r ,' 11 <.\>:^'.ra:.:i^'~ A. a:'.;! (.«, ol' the 

^!^Th lo'i;:::.- ';;. : "■" ' ■ "• 'ip ^^ I'ec. ;>l»t, 

1 ;, ( ■ \. Firs' nL-^;imcnt, lor 

..,.;... ,. J : iiiMe;-. and Uc'tober, 

i;v. I . .: r. :r.r.fKi:n>l>i. — Thc 

i;,..; , ; 11 ..;::i .■!' ilvo^'klyn. in Xew 
\ ,:■;.. l..i\.- ; . '■■'■' '-■- 1 tl -.;'c o: rye 
icliVe in ti>- >.- ■■- ■ : tliat eiiy. o:i yaui- 
larv "ro-inl-. .■.- •.:.:. tv.>u> la:u;l.es b.ave 
fullered di- - :; li> ;-■'. rhysi.-i- 

;l - d.->i.i:\- ;'...: .' ,. . l;is ^o;ile very 

injurious prOji^-riu:-. ;> i ■•'■''>o ^l'i'»-'f"';" 
nia.ladie!i. and lliat v.. ■, 1^. Ov-e.. thvide<Uy 
pi»i.<onL>us. i> ll.iMr to lybridise wuh it. 
We know ul '..v.inl. < in tl.i- < ity v.ho hav.- 
lyieii eorupellcd to ul.ai.uon the xi.m.; <•! 
r.v.' on the same ^croand,^. Roasted I'ar- ^ 
U-v makes luueh better loHee. and i:. per- j 
1.' ■•].■ l:f.ik!i; a:;d ii:i:ri:i 'Us. 

T:r.-. l-':;^jv..^r < ;; ■.i:i>.— The FrOTOst 
( iiMrd has -"iven r.p its i,i!>i:!< -< h w. and 

past three dr.ys iL>y arri.-ted three par- 
t*' > i^n ( har^'f ol beliiir dis< rters, and eon- 
. !. 1 til' III in ti. 1 ■-infy Jail lor safe 
_;, Tv.o ol tl.em were removed to 
ti. . stirday. a'.d the third, a vol- 

i.::;v'T V. ;:,>!i" ! :■! Vi-r '■•■:: sworn into ser- 
vile vet. \v. - . : :i a writ oi.'a:- 
/ ( ; - i . ■''■' .i.te.Juil;^e Lani- 
1 , ;t. :. li. _:.;:; I t;.;t i.e couhJ not be 
tudii. 

.•Sfver.il »u' '-''■.!■ ' iti.''-;.^ wl.o wi-re wear- 
i" ' ['. S. (\ats v.i re made to hiv i'..;n 
;. 1 . (»ii ,.: ; - ■ .rties relii-^ed to 
: J-r -tithe coat Le wore, and when the 
- ..■.."'- oi the guard attenspted to assist 
!.i: .. ;i.i ! iliiirerent persop caused him to 
measure h:.> k:;u'tli in the siiovv, alter 
:vliir!i'- . - -,.; ■••:, 

I'tiuM l':-. tniN-A.— Mr. C A. Ilulb-e. 
mtjsseuirer to tin- Ib-il Lake and IV-mblna 
Triljes ol" Ch'pp'-was. arrived h'.»t iii;;ht 
from rembina, having h'lt iherL- on .fan. 
"_'oth. The jiarty encuunt' red very detp 
snow on the way down. 

yir. liiili'ee lirlii-s wor.l from the lied 
Lake Inthans, that tiiey will not eome 
down to any treaty r ,;:i. ,1, ami de^iro it 
to I ••• !i -l i on ti)'-ir own re-ervation. The 
IVmbina Imliaii.> have nia'k' a treaty wiili 
the Sior.x. bvit not, they .if.lnii, with any 
hostile i:ite;.t tow.irds the white.^. 

Mr. \l. conv.-r.-.i'd witii Staudiri;; I'.nC- 
fillo, one of the Sio:ix chiefs, who was in 
rembina, tradin;; a few days since. 
Standing; Ikillalo said that they were in 
lor a war of extermination, and tliat t!iiy 
wouhl carry it out to the bitter end, tho" 
thev expected to be cut ol!' entirely. He 
said that there were l,."»iit> -Sioux warriors 
aC Devil's Lake, wlio wire to move on 
Fort A!)ereronii'ie in a lev.- davi. Thc 
ofli'-crs at Fort .Vbererotubie are aware of 
their dan^^er, however, and s.ay they an- 
now so strongly lortiiied'that the post 
cannot be taketi by the foren thc sava-e,. 
have. 

The Sioux h.-.ve made a treaty with the 
Knglish at Fort (Jarry. to wlilch place a 
delegation went, a^surii;^ the settlers 
that they had no hostile intention towan;.> 
them. 



r.oard ol Kdueation, he procured the ser- 
vices of Miss Harriet E. llishop, (since 
^IcC'onkey,) who ariived and oj>encd a 
school tlie same season. 

The school house jirovidod for Miss 1». 
was a mnd-walled. h <^ house, l<*xl- leet, 
with a l<ark root, thiee C-lij;ht windows, 
ami a door so low tint tli<! tcicher nuiat 
stoop to enter it. The buildin;; h.id once 
been a stable, .il'tei wards a blacksmith 
>hop. On three siik's pins had been 
driven into the lojjs, and boards placed 
across lor seats I 1' le teacher, however, 
was honored with a chair and a rickety 
t.ible. Ol the first nine pupils, seven 
were ."^ioux juvenilis, and two white 
I)ovs ; and alterwards, when the school 
numbered Ibrtv, onlv nine were Ameri. 
cans, (.'oinpare thi:, the lirst school 
in ?>iinnesi'ta, with t le tliree commodious 
editici s erecteil elevi n years later. 

In '.•^t'i, a small but neat ^hool house 
was built on a lot given by .John K. 
Irvine, next to I'rim 'ose's present buihl- 
im^. This house wa^ also long usetl as a 
church. It finally became thc property 
of the school district, and a I'.ebt ol ."JloU 
being due on it, (o ving to the scanty 
celicetions of the schaol taxes,) it was at 
hist sold, and was burned in bSoT, being 
at tlie lime used for ;t saloon. 

In Decembor. ISl:', Messrs. Win. H. 
Forbes and Kdmund llice, and Uevs. Ik 
1>. Neilk r.. F. lloyi an.lJ. V. Parsons, 
(who died in l.'^.M, ' were iippointed a 
school committed. 

Karly in IS^O. iVm. H. Ikindall dona- 
tc«l a lot on .lacksou street, below tkh. 
lor a school, .and tht eiti/ens subscribed 
enough to erert a snull, oue-storv frame 
school house thereoi . This house was 
nseil Rs a school for several ye.ars. and 
mav jtill be seen on the sann* site, in the 
ea'>acitv ot Mr. .1. Ucgraw's carpenter i 
shop. Tiie lot and buihling were e.\- I 
ciianged in 1*^.'."^, for the two lots on which 
the .Vdams school hot se was built. 

Miss .*>co:ield was the lirst tcicher em- 
ployed in this building. Tlie District 
was then iknidcil into two, the upper ami i 
lower. 1). .\. .1. IJa ;er was teacher in 
the lowir. and Mr. H. Doolittle in tlu' 
ijpper, while lb v. Ch.incey llobart taught 
a boys" school In th< Market street M, 
Ik t'hurch. 

In !>••"' I there were two public schools 
in each District. Tie late IJ. 15. Ford 
and ^'iss lirewster t.iught those in the 
upper, and (1. H. Sp* iicer, Sr.. and Jliss 
l>a>s those in the lower Distriet. 

In l*'."^ a High School was est.ildished 
by a coiuLirn nt vote ot the Trustees of 
the two School iMstri'ts, and Mr. Spen- 
rt-r ek'«-ted I'riihipal. It was held in ! 
>;. >" i'uruifjre "War house, but was not 
( .lUtintied long, fhe lour jtrimary schools 
Wire ,-till continued, it charge of Misses 
r>i>hop, Sorin, Merri I, and Ksson. 

In lXo;k Miss Uishop, Mrs. Parker, 
and Miss Esson were in charge of the 
]'atiII"schouIs. The i>aldwin school com- 
laeneed oi'crations di ring this year. 

In is.'i. Messrs. Parker Paine, A. H. 
(aveiukr, and P. P. Furber were Trus- 
ttt s of tlie lower District. !Mr. Paine 
has been in the lioanl (which was consti- 
tuted by the "Act ol kicorporation of the 
city of St. Paul," th<.' s.ime year) ever 
sniee that date. 

In the winter of that ye.ir, l.S.").'J-t, H. 
li. 15i;relow taught i: the .lackson Street 
Seliool, ami .MissEssi ii in the Walnut St. 
School, Fourth "Ward, which had been 
l>!;ik in the iueantimf and occupied both 
as a church and scl.ool. In the lower 
district, -Mr. P.igelow was succeeded by 
-Mr. Peet, and he in t irn by a Mr. Guern- 
s . , who <lied soon after, by his own 
hand. -Mrs. Parry was then placctl in 
charge ol the M-houl, .uid <'o:»tinued there- 
in most of the time until Washington 
.^.ii )ol was built, and thc pupils tran>fer- 
rod t'l It. 

-\.d;vms School was first opened in a 
Iiuildingoa lioberts Street, over Pollo<k, 
i'onaldson «.t Ogden's store. Tliis 
School was continued until the new School 
House was <ompleted. 

^V e wli! endeavor uon to give a sketch 
of the mo.-t successfu! and oldest private 
.S.hools ami Seminaries of our city. 



Legislature of Minnesota. 



v^iwriL «Ka!sio>'^. 



.SK.NATK. 

»T. r.vrr.. Vol.. 1*. 

Tlie Soiiatt' iiit't imrsiinnt to n^^jonrllIln•Ilt, 
.Tiul was (Mll.'il to iinliT l«\ I'll.' I'lf.^iili'iu j'lo 
leiii, Hull II. A. .Swill. 

fravir b_v liii' tliaiiliiin, It.'v. J.O.i:iClI. 
IN ruoiircrioN .v\!> rii;-»r i:i:\iiino. 

r.y >lr. 1>.\M:— A l.illlDiaii a.l |.> aim ml s.'C- 
ti >u 111 (if cliaim-r T'< i.f tm* <• miiiil.-il ^taIIlt^>, as 
aiiiiMulol liy M'fOuii luo m cliaiucr 4ii uI'iIk' .:;t'li- 
cral latv's oi l.^'.J. r.'liliu;^ to ia.\.-. lV>r rcitoiil 
iiiir(.o.»-s. Ui>ail t\\ ii'i*. 

liy .\lr. PAMKI.s — !'<> niiiiMnI f'l' act of !iio«>r- 
lo.'utit'ii i>l llii- city ul" i;<Hlif.>*iT. U'-ail twin* 
itm) n fi'rri'd t > lli'" ('i>!miiitii'i'i(ii liit'ori>'ir.itiiiii<'. 

ll.iii.'C Mil lt> a!ilh(>ri.:i- tin- <'i)iiii!ii.~..<ii>ii( 1 1 m' 
U .lOiiii^^loii iMuiiiy to i.^^tii* b,>u(ls lo t'uiiil cer- 
taill ill<l.•l>ll■llll•'«^. 

llmi-i' liill to a;i;>riii'!i:'.ti' tUi- sum uf ^'.'.m"', nr 
so iiiiii'ii ilici'foras iiiuv Ite 11' ce.«<ary loi'fpuir III.' 
liri.j^i' o\ ir till- iiiii.' Ijirtli rivrr on llii' Mvniloia 
aiitl ilis >ioii\ ro.ttl.j Iti'adtwUv ainl ri*ri'nid to 
ihf t 'oiiiiiiiiui* oil I iitoriiiil liii{iro\ riiK-nt. 

.Mr. IIi:a1\in iiitroiliiciil a I. ill lor au act to 
aiiilioi i.'.i' uiiil <'iii|io\vcr til'' i'!>!ii!:.i.'>ioli<'rs ot 
lU'iiiii'iiiii eoniily lo :.i>p|-o|.i i.iii- n'riaiii iiioiu>>... 
Uiul (MIU'il till* otII>l:lli.lill^ iill!<'titi tlllo.s of till- 
lii\vii>lii;> of St. .Vhtiioii\ , us s:ail lotv ii..!ii|i wus 
orgliii/.fil prior to .\|iiil I, Isoo. ICail luiioaiid 
rclfri'i tl U) till- .seuaturs IVoia lleiiiu't'iuiilu.-t uuU 

ll<'llllf|>l|l \\ I'St. 

Mr ti M.UWIN iiilroiliu-.'tl a bill fi>r an aiiionil- 
ni.'iit M til'" l.iw in r. ;,Mnl .o tin- j io.ii<i|ii!l ol' 
ri'li.'ioiis M'our.lii'^. It.- i.l t vvii-f and ii'lorivil to 
tli>> < oianulti'i' oil liu-or;)Ofalio:is. 

.Mr. li.Vl.l'W i\ ai -o iiiirodiu-i-d a joint r<'.-<oIu- 
tioii r>-iiu<><iiti;; our .^-etiaiois ami lv>-|ir<-ht iita- 
ti\t'!< ill t oni;!!-..,-' to vi»u- lor ill - iu>-:isu:«-.-i n-com- 
iiii'iid.-d l>> Iri'sidrnt l.iui'ulii iii ri-^ard to :i ui.i- 
I'oriii iialioiial currciicy. 

r.KfoF.rs. 

Mr. N.\"^U, f'oni tli«' (oiiiiiiitto* on lln' .Iiuliii- 
ary, reported hark the Si-uuu- bill aiiifiidiii^ ilu' 
i-oiiipiii-d .>«tatiiI.-3 i<-i::ti\f to 3ia;ii.i{,i-s, wnh <\ 
r.i\or;;li!- n-coiiiiui-iid.ili.i:i. 

-Mr. >l'.i-'., Iroiii tin- i'oiiimitt>'i> on State t'liari- 
ta'ili' liisMt itioii.->, r>'port'd l> u'k witJi a t ivoru! lu 
ri-joiiiiii -n-lalii^ii, la • >.-ii.i;i' li;;i lor tl,.- l.-iiiporu- 
ry lelii-t'ut' ii.(li;;ei:t Mil. d ami di'.it' imiK*^ in tlii.s 
.s'late. 

Jlr. |) vN'K, troin tlie Si'l.»ct i'o»ii5iiilt«"P to wliom 
wa^ ri'l'.Tred tin- S.-nati' bill r>-l.i;o>' to n-p-ulin^ 
(•liai>;<-r ■.' ortlii' M---ioii I.-. i. - of i-.i,', n-Ia:ii.;; to 
till' iii:iila'ieii oT t:i.\ --, ri-|ii>!-u-d the »uuii' ba> k 
with a tUvorabli- m- >iiiiiit-iidation. 

.Mr. II l'..i II IN, li-oiii ti:.' .'»p ■( ial ( 'oiiilliitfei- to 
wlioiii was H-i rrt-dlli-- iiii'iii'iii.-l to t!.i' .s, .i-.-Liry 
of War, a-kiii;rlor tin- i-stabtishuietit ida liii.itury 
jK»t at ."aiili « •-uttr. t<-p.>i-;i-d iho .-am.' bai-k, uiid 
i-.'i-oitiiii>-iiiu'd its pa>s.i};i'. Tli-- riei--* wiii- su>- 
pL'iid-'d, ikiid til • III 'iiij!.:d ]>i<-<'il, uitiT o'lnark' 
ill l'.»\ or ol t!i>' »aiii ' bv .Mes.-rs. Ilcatou iiiid 
.M-.on'. 

.Mr. |).MI.r,V, iVoni t'l-' I'oiHiiiitti-e on Si'Ii.ioN 
and >rIiotd l.uiid*. rvpiirttd back file bill iViriiu- 
t i-iablistiiu.-iit aii-l bcit.'r r-';:iil-.;i.-ii ot C'limiioii 
.-•iliool- ill llii' liiyo! >tillwa!i-i-, wi4^laIl.e;ldlaent^. 
ami ri'>'o!iiiii<-iidi-d i;.-. |>a--aK-'. 

.Mr. IH'.V riN, in-iii th.- loiiiinilteo on Stsfi' 
.\ Hairs, lo whom \\a< i.-i'irn d I'n- joint ri->4)luiioii 
.iiithoii/iii.!; till* ii|>;ioiiiliiii-i:l of :t < oiniid<.-i.>iii-r 

ioir.it u to M.i.iixMi. V.'i.t.'oii-iii, lo i-i-ui'i-,-- in 

r«hlti->ii ti> llio j>roji.i-i-.l <-i'-4.>l.>ii ol' Moiiula* i-oiiti- 
ty. Wise .;!-ii!, lo .Miiiiii'^.ita. I'l'iHirlfd u.Liaii.-l 
till' a| |> -iilnii'iir oi'..uili i iiiiiiai.-.~iMi.<'r :,i ilii.-' 
tilllt', u> no iiil'.ii'lii;;,ioii ti:i-i \i>t b •- 11 pri->.-iiti'd 
jtoiii;.' to .-iliow thai ih.' ."•lati'ol \\ i.<i'i'ii»iii i.» ready 
or wdliiiK lo l.ivor ilil-. proj.'.-i. Iliiy ii-t-jiii- 
iiii'iidt'd, lio«<-\t-r, ihat tin- i.-ii-imt!'ial on ibis ^;ll)• 
j»-.-t lo tin- l.i-f:i^Uiuio ol Wi-oou-iit bo iiniat-di- 
utely lo.u.ird--.!. 

-Mr. 1>.\I I.V. from lln' t'oi!inii:f>'(' on .*^.bo;«Is 
aii-l .>cbo(.l l.:o:ds, Itax ii:;; bad i.ndi-r « niL-iili-ri- 
tioli MMi.uis p>-;:tioiis |i«r tin- ^•stabii^llIlll•llI ol 
ill-' oili.-.- of >u;>.-i;nfi-:ii! -nt of i'lii^lic lusMiir- 
lion. repori"d liiat in ilr»-ir op iiioii, jmiv v'. anj:t> 
ill till' I'.M.-iiii;; ."»• Iioirl law. k« j.iavid l>-r in .-u.d 
p.'iilioiis, is not ud, i>abk' at liii.^ '.«e?7iou uf tin' 
I rjjislaturi-. 

Hk' ri'|.ort wa-* dilopb'd, and the poti:ion> Lid 
on ti.e t:iMi'. 

raii.o KK.vniNii .\xi> f.vssAo!:. 

.s.'nafi' billantliorUiiit; i aTlirrir.e F. Kalli-rion 
to si-II ami coiiv.'. i-.-itaia r>al csiat'- ti eri-iii 
iiuim-d. ».• n I'lniiii'' .*ol •. l'a<s,.,]. 

>"'iiati' bill to iiiiprovo tin- .-t-x'k of Iiorfi";* in 
t!ii- .Stall', by inipo-iiijr a iui-iiro of s.'.i a jear on 
M.iMions, for Hi • biiniit ol' tlu- .siliool i'ui.d. 
I'asM'd — \i-as I.', nay^. .■>. 

St-nate bill aim-ndiii): tlie an of iui'orj-omtiJii 
i.f till* I ity of .>ii;iwa;i-r. I'asst-d. 

}<i-n.it • iiu-inorial to ti.e ^^■^•^^•l.lry of War, a^k- 
i'lfj for til.' <'stubii>luii-"i; of a military jjoit ui 
>;.iik I'l'iitri', ill tl;i- .■« at-'. r.i«»'d. 

ilousi- .loiiit Ko-olatioii reiarivt' to tlu- ci'ssion 
of Iloii^'las County. V«'i>coii.s:u, lo .Minui-aoia. 
rj:>.si'd. » ith an uiut-iuliin-nt. siiikin;: out tin- 
cl.uise uiichuri/ing tUo a^-poiuinu-iit of a Cuiu- 
nli^si•-n•-r. 

lln- ^t-uutc then adjourned. 



-•••- 



Tin: K-Mti.Y HisTuiiYOF oi:nSciioo:.s^ 
— While our city can now boast of its ex- 
cellent public schools, in which some 
twelve hundred scholars are being train- 
ed to u.sefiilness, a glance at the early days 
ol our school will be [irolitable. 

The first school tar.^ht i:i St. Paul was 
in IS47. In that year Uev. Dr. Wil- 
liamson, Missiona.'-y at kitth- Crow's vil- 
lage, (Kaposia,) three mile-S below here, 
visited the few log cabins that then con- 
stituted St. Paul, and proposed to the in- 
mates that they should have a school. 
This was agreed to willingly, and by cor- 
respondence with (k^vertior Shide, of 
Vermont, President of the National 



Saloon ani> Fi.ktcrcs k. iR s* i.i;.— Tlie sa 
; ii»n known as the ('it' Half Way House, on 
Talnl ^tre >t, between S-. IVlepaml Market-sts., 
kept by .V. Kuby, U olb red for sale. For teruis 
iiiiulreof B. MLT.F.KR, 

at liio Wild Hunter's Saloon, 

f.bs-r;t Jack.-ton street. 

Monetary. 

COIN K.XClIANCiK (.^LOTATIOXS OK 

rilo.MP'<oX KIIO.'.S RAMiKKS ANI> l>KAI.KK8 15 

KXCIIA.VOK, LA.M. WAKK.V.NTS, KTC. 

.Sr. I'A 'L, iebruaiy 10, Itj&l. 

KXeilAN<.K UArES. 

SulUngfor. rreuiinin. 

i;anVabI<* Fsn<l.>« i, perct.prem. 

Ar:ieric"aii Gobi 4o per ct. 

Order.s for United Stat -.s I.,:ind Warrants, State 
w::rrants, &e., promptly executed. 

s: lie and Uuit<>«l stati-s Coupous paid at oar 
j.jiinter. 

Commorcial. 

Ht. Paul .Tlarket. 

St. I'All , .Ml.vx., Feb. 1.1, liva 

The oxrellent sliigliin^: lias made the inarket.s 
pr-tty active this wet-l. The rec«>ij>t.< of gr.iin 
na.'i produce liave been ii ucli greater, in general, 
ih:i:i r.ny week since Jan lary 1st. 

Wheat wa-* olb-red pret ty freely ycsterdmy, prob- 
ably occasioned by t!ie hijjh rates Ix'fore the re- 
c-:it fall, wliicii ha.< scan oly iK'cuine circulated aa 
yet. Salei at ^.iijejc. 

I'ork tirm at ^1 for pi ime, and receipt.* pretty 
fui-. 

Oats and oflior grain offered inconsiderable 
qiiantitioii — price's uncha nijod. 

Wood H.:,f). Hay SIo 



Tli« Tkird Mlaacsoctk Biatcery. 

Notu'e. — rersons who have served during the 
recent Inilian War in 'Captain .^lark lieiidrick* 
Battery, are informed th it a Third Battery is no^T 
in progres.-j of orgunizailon, which will be used 
for service in the State luring the Indian Cam- 
paipn. C'apt. lieudrkk- will be glad to receive 
all able-bodied men, esj^cially thouo who have 
formerly sorved under him in this Battery, and 
they ari' re^ueuted to Cidl at the Captain'x Head- 
ipiarlers— Messrs. ISuibuik's Express Office in 
St. I'aal, and enroll tin Ir ndme^. Office hour* 
from U too f. M. 

MAKK HF.XDmrKS, 

feb^tf 1st Lit ut., ard 3Iinn. Batterv, 



iioisr. or iiKi'in.sr.xfATivr.s. 

The llou^euu: at ten oMock. I'l-ay.-r by the 
Chaplain. 

u::iMii:rs. 

Mr. I'.W'IS. from t!ie roitiniitiee on F.mi.-jrj- 
tioii. reported buk the bill lo rep.-al t.ieolfns' of 
1 oinniissioiii-r of .-tuli-iic*, with aiiietnlnnnt-^, 
u;id r.'coii liieiidt d that tin- bill pu-^s as amended. 

INrnoM , TloN AND 1 1 1> r 1! KA ' 1 X<: . 

By .^Ir. I- I UBKIt, a bill lo reiH-.il chaptir '.T of 
the >e-!.i-iii I.aw5 of Isi-'- — anaiiieiidiueul relaliug 
to writs ol error. 

.SLXATK nil.I.S I'As.^l.n. 

.V bill nro\ idin^: lor lln> .-;il.- of all lan<!-i that 
ha\e not f-een i\-lkerii-<eil aLioi-d.n-; to lln- iiro\i- 
»ioiis of cbaiiler I'l of the ."-i-^-i >ik i.u',vs ot ls»i-. 
Kead a t':iinl tiiin-iunl pas-^i-d. 

A bill fur the r.;i--f of di.'abbd ciliz-'n*. or the 
wiilow-i or cliiMreii of citizens of ll.is Stan- who 
lioii Im-cii ma--'ac:'i-il in tin- late i.r.t'.in-ak ol Sija* 
Imliaii-i. tleatl u third time aad p i..>..ea. 

A bill fir tin- r<li.-f ol th • i-s;ute of l.yinnn Itu- 
l>y. IC'-ad a third tine' and pi>si-<!. ' g 

A bill to provide f>r the levi.-iou of tV.e st it- 
utes, waj aineude<l, read a third lime and pa.-sed. 
ii.>isi; utM.s IN im;i)i;i:i:>.s. 

.V bill providing for a b'vy «if one d<dlar poll 
ti\ oil every citi.i'-n, was read a thiid tiu^e uad 
]ias<ed by \»-as '.T.'. navs Is. 

-Mr. i:it'"ll.vKl>.-^o.\ i.iov(-d a. n couMilera'.ion. 
IN coMViirrKi: of rui: whom:, 

Thc Hou^e went into ronitnitteo of tl».> Wlio!e. 
Mr. ril At Mi::: in the nuur. 

rin- I iimiiiinee ri-comiin-ml a nninbcr of bliN 
for pas.>ug<' and tin- bill to prohibit thv ciic.da- 
lloii of co'.mteifei; bilU, for unle' iiii«- po-l;> -in- 
ment When lli.- C-iimiiitte'' ro>i' tin- lloii^e ad- 
journed. 

Ci«*a. Vruabliu uiitl Ili« .■4wcc**^«or. 

Tlie Ni-kv \ ork '/'i/wt'*-' correspondent, 
writing fr;">ni the army of the Potomac, on 
the "Js>th ult., in giving an a'-count of tlie 
withdrawal of (ien. Franklin from the 
command of the Left (irand Division, in- 
dulges in the lullowing speculations : 

(li-n. Pranklin made no sci-P-t ol his 
opposition to the late attempt of (uncial 
Iturnside to cross the Ihippahannock. 
The C'ominander-in-('lii<-f, 1 iiave reason 
to know, d striisted the ("ominander of 
the Left (Irand Division, whom 1 am in- 
lormed made fre<iuent charges of incapa- 
city against kiin to the Pre-ident, and In 
other ways attemjited to secure his re- 
moval. 1 can uttriiiute his removal to no 
other c.au.se than this, viz: liis intriguing 
against and failure to co-operate with his 
( Jeiieral Commanding. 

(ien. rrankliu is a brave and skillful 
soldier, popular 'vith both ollieers and 
men. Hut iiis ardiMit di-vction to (i«'n. 
.Mct'lellan, to whom he is indebted for his 
rapid [iroinotion, mav have rendered him 
blind to the virtues of and hostile lo 
any (Jeneral who might siiecceii him. 
It this be trae, the interests of the arinv 
demanded tliat he shoiddno longer bent 
tained as a division eoinmander. Gen- 
Siuilh, Coiuinander of the Sixth Corps, 
succeeds to the coiiimand of the L*-!, 
(Jrand Division. He is the same (Jeneral 
Smith who was fo unjustly accused ol lall- 

lis horse at the battle of Lee's 
Though a bos- 
om friend of (Jen. Prankilu — always 
camping near, and constantly with him— 
he has .<<howeil an aiitijiatliy lor (ieneral 
McCUllan only etpialed by rranklin's 
admiration. lie was pronioted to the 
.Si.\th Army Corps at U'arreiifou when 
(jien. Franklin succeeded to tlie command 
of the i.,elt (Irand Division. Prior to that 
time he Lad charge of the First Division 
of the SLxth Corps, since commanded by 
(ien. Howe. CJi'n. Xewton succeeds to 
the commanil of thc Si-xth Corps. There 
is no ollicer in the service who is entitled 
to more regard by the loyal North. A 
Virginian by birth, born and living at 
Norfolk until the breaking out of the war, 
having no kinsman at the North, and en- 
joying the most intimate relations with 
those of Southeni birth, he manfullv re- 
sisted the tide of rebellion, and remained 
true to hitf allegiance. 

♦ « ♦ » ♦ _ 

Jk. Vi>lMiftl»l« Prise. 

The most valuable price yet secured 
by the Federal Navy, is the iron propell- 



ing from 

Mills, from into.xication. 



or. Princess Iloyal, recently captured in 
atteini)tiiig to enter Charleston harbor ; 
and there seems to be no doubt but that the 
subsequent attack of tho rebel rams on 
tlie -Mercedita and Keystone, was made 
in thc hope of recapturing thc Princess 
Uoyal. The total value of her cargo in 
London, whhout insurance, was $13-1,- 
J.SO, while her own value there was much 
greater, as she is one of the faste^it and 
best-built iron propellors eVcr turned out 
from a P.ritish .shii>-yard. Htr value, 
and that of her cargo to thc rebels, had 
she succeeded in getting into Charleston 
Harbor, would have been millions of dol- 
lars. 'J'hough caught endeavoring to get 
into Charleston Harbor, she was cleared 
for ^'aneouve^'s Island. 

Not the least interesting part of her 
•tory is that she was the property of 
Liiiilsay vlv: Co., the Mr. Linds.iy of which 
firm last year moved in his scat in Parlia- 
ment that tin' IJritish Government should 
no hingcr acknowledge the blockade bc- 
eai:-e of its alleged ineflicieney ! 

T!ie bill of hading of the Princess Uoyal 
was at llu' State Department, at Wash- 
ington, before her capture. This shows 
the vigilance with which tlie operations of 
the rebels, and their allies and abettors 
on the other side of the ocean, are watch- 
ed. Among the goods shipped on the 
Princess Koyal, ,is shown by her mani- 
I'ot, were the following: 

Mil St. brandy, by fippin;^ * Co. ; Ij.'i.rfil pounds 
of coile*', by II. .solloway ; r*i.t»o<» {Hiunds of gui|. 
iiowib r, b> «'urii>s ,v Co ; r,',".i:i.'» pouud^i of tin, 
l>y r. Slv:,ii ; 17 ,".:;j do., by f. .-Slyan ; I'J.sri |K'l)- 
P-T, \>\ II. .-"ollow-iy ; ;"( I'lOi) ■'teari'iie candb's, by T. 
1. It-fl .V Co.; .V'l tons shei't iron, ,MNt boxes tin 
plates, l+l b >.\es hardware, 110 colls of rope, 
••, l.">i) pounds of paper, -I packages of drugR. 
.".oiiO d.>/.'n cotton tlirea<l, bio ;»ross do., '.IW pieces 
print coltoii, I cu.-e pins, lii C}>^es machinery, •.'oo 
do/. -11 l>,ioi«, 1 t. s.-n-ws, -tli furnace bars, •> 
lraiin-» do., by ll.Solloway; lease military but- 
'on-", I c.i-e .-ii.-i p-iis. '.' ca.-es pins, 3 cases but- 
;on-i, .1 (-ase-i tlaiiiiel shin.-, 1 case emery cloth, 
■"i:ii paii'> l-litiikets, 7 cases \ovf button.*, hsd; gross 
colt HI thread, 1 case needles, -,',:[;;•.: pieces wool 
-lull', II la-t-s liHrdware, I',' cases machinery, > 
i-i-e-s sboe thread, '.• i-Jis.-s hooks niid eyes, 1 cane 
I'oiie bullous, ! case Wool hosiery, 'Si casks and 
I'.' ca>es drugs, ,"( ca-ks ir-'ii screws, 1 cas«! 
j'ins.s ca«es ami •.Mca.-ks apothecary, tioaises kcw- 
iii;; cotioii, au pii ces wooleii-i ! c-t>e plain cotton-, 
; ia»i-s dyed cottons, :! ca.«e.< lib's, I case steel 
>\ ire, t'l ca-ies print d cotton, ^ cases cotton hosie- 
ry, '." ca-ies cotton glove.i. -,' cases linen thread, vSn 
t::oss sen ing coitoii, '.'o dozen sIhm' thread, i<un- 
dry packages machinery, by lindsav & Co.; t>.T 
p.n- iij.'e» b.iots ami shoes, and -lU package:) leath- 
i-r, by I.. Irenberg. 

The I'rincess Uoyal arrived at Phila- 
ilelpl.ia, ill charge of a prize erew, on 
.•Sunday last, the ."sth inst. In addition to 
tin- above cargo, there was found on her, 
two coiniilete engines for sea-going steam- 
ers, and the Navy Department has order- 
«-il the immediate construction of two gun- 
bo;iis to (it the engines. A good joke on 
.fohn Hull and the C. S. A. 

(•'oruiau's Cotton uiid Xvirro Operit- 
tluu«. 

The (.'hictgo 7Vi//t//ie of thc 10th, con- 
tains a series of docinuents received in 
\Vasliiugton, from persons connected with 
tlie army in Arkansas, seriously implica- 
ting .1 Col. llovey, of Illinois, in cotton 
and negro speculations, which is intro- 
diui'd by the following statement: 

(ien. (iorman came to Itcb-na the first of Tlo- 
c tuber, 1. 1 take coiiiiiianil of this |iost. He for- 
ii:!di' ad piT-ioiis jroing outsi<le of the lines or 
d-i\\ ii tlie river to buy cotton. .Xfter a tew 
.i.i>> It was said that he was going to establish 
.1 iirlil.iry |(o-l at Friar's roinl.at the mouth of 
th.-Wbite Ui\er. lie, with his esCi>rt,Wentdowii 
111- lixer a iiimilxT ol limes, for that purpose it 
«:i- .-lid. but Use boat- .seldom or never returned 
wiilioui Cotton. The White Cloud id the boa the 
( icner.d used for himself and stall', but tlie 
.-le.iiiier Kviin-v ille got the most cotton. They 
always lad a large stock of whisky, salt, «|ui- 
11. ne, »ml other coiilnibaml article'g, on board 
;.'-dng d.-'.vii. 1 siieiit a number of dars quietly 
l-iokirg al",er tlu-ia, and went on board swveral 
liiin-- to -ei- what th-'y c.irrieil. By and by Con. 
i;o'ni.iii is. led an order that no one should go 
oil board wilboiit a permit. This cut ine oil", but 
I kept a look-out. tin the 'Jothd.iy of Decemb»'r, 
(ien. •iormau with his sialf, and a part of the 'Jii 
Ohio batU'ry, on Ihe U'hile Clond, and the '.".llli 
\\ i-coii>in iiif.ntry, on the ICvansville, iitartcd 
down the river toestablisli a military jiost. They 
.;o']M-.lat Friar's Toint. The (ieneral appointed 
a Lieutenant, I'rovost )larsbal. 1 he soldiers, 
'.vith tioveninient ti-am.-, were ordered bv the 
IVovost ShiT-lial to draw cotton to the boats, 
'itii' Coloin-1 of the -j.itU remonstrated against 
having his -oliln-is do tliat kind of duty, and sent 
an otUrrr to the ijcaeral to ask what' right th<' 
I'lovo-I .M.irslial had to t.ike a company of his 
ni ••> again-t iln-ir will lo dr.iw cotton, riie <ien- 
i-i'.d repliid by an order putting the ('olonel under 
u.-rest, his sword t-.ik 'II from him, and he sent n 
pri-'iner to Helena, to await further orders, all of 
will' h was iiccordiiigly done. 

I'll' -.iMier-i were tberea^out two weeks. They 
ooMecti'da gr--at di-ul of cotton. The gn-a'er part 
..f It was paiil for in coiitrnband goods. Wlien 
tliey ri-t:iriie«l, the Kvansvillt- had ll.s bales and'l.''i 
bnir* of cotton, vahu-d at #.'.o.boO. The captain ol 
i.ie l>o:U .xaid a jiarl of ih<-ct.t:oii belonged to him, 
I ii.'iioverniiient paid the crewand furnished full 
tor the b-';it. 

I ill piire I if the floveriunont liad no agent to 
.iMend to s tell business, and was informed that 
f. II. Vi'aiin.in of Cincinnaii, now in Menphis, 
w I.- spe<ial agent ol thc rn'usury I>'>))artiiient. 
I -eiit him notice to come down. Before he ar- 
ii\<-d, I. en. Cormaii had orderiKl the cotton to b<> 
pl.t on the (•overniiK'nt wharf iMiat. Some of the 
■ ioxeriiim'iit stor<-s bad lo Im> put outside to get 
the colloii iu. .Mr. Yeatman seizinl the cotton 
ai.d pill a man in possi-ssion of it ; but the man is 
.1 cotton -|M-culaior, and I have iio eontldence in 
iii- inb'grily. Since Sir. Yeulinan leA, thecotton 
!us bi'di put ••n a iili>ainbual. The government 
i-i P'.uitn; the boat $Su i»vr tkiy, and using it to 
-lore Cotton. 

uu till' loth of January, Clpnen.l(ioriiian gave 
a verbal permit to a man living in .Mississippi to 
;aki> colored men in Arkansas and carry them 
■lilt ot the Stale. The (ieneral told the negroes 
lo po, and ordered the captain of a steamboat in 
:lie I'niled States service, (the boat being owniHl 
bv the riiifetl States) to take them from Arkan- 
sas to Mississippi without pay. It was done. 

r.et lue snv ill conclusion, the soldiers of the 
.Northwest did not enli»t to steal cotton for olfi- 
i-eis, nor to return fugitive slaves to their traitor 
masters, nor to be aliased and dlsgniced if they 
r.-fiise lo pirform such uiisoldierly and inhuman 
dii'y. No wonder they desert by hundreds. If 
ihe'Oovernment will not correct these evils, it 
ileserM's to be left without an army, to be swept 
from the face of the earth by the tatterdemalion 
iiifiatry of .lelf. Davis. 

The jHpanrar Hhipa mt 'W»r. 

Tiie .Senate some time ago called upon 
the President, by resolution, to inform 
them whether any commissioner, repre- 
sentative, or agent of our Government 
has been engaged by the Japanese to 
construct for them shi[)s of war. Thc re- 
sponse to this iiKjuiry shows that our 
Minister, Mr. Pruyn, was requested by 
the Minister for Foreign AlTairs, to have 
built, in the United States, for that Gov- 
ernment, two steam sloops of war, twen- 
ty-lour heavy guns each, and one steam 
gunbo.it, also with heavy guns. Mr. 
Pruyn says he was induced to take the 
order, hoping and expecting on its arri- 
val home th-at the rebellion would be 
crushed, and that It would supply work 
to our mechanics. 

riie .Iniiane^e, in addition, requestedhim to 
procure for them a rifling machine and a full bat- 
tery of six guns. He accordingly fixed upon 
Tliiirbiw Weed to designate an agent without re- 
ward, and selected Charlc.<i B. I^insing, of Albany, 
as his associate. <jf the $K(Js,000 required for 
these objects, § (X),0(X) were promptly paid. Mr. 
I'ruyii says he has been highly flattered by the 
proots of contidencc giveu hiui by that Govcra- 
iiicnt, 

^Ir, Seward, under date of January 
17, writing to Mr, Weed, said it was ad- 
visable, before proceeding to carry out 
thc views uf the Japanese, to consult the 
War and Navy Departments, In tb« 



course of the correspondence. Secretary 
Welles remarks : 

It werj better if the .lapanese had appointed 
their own agents, his impressions being adverse j 
to having our tiovernment, or its representative, 
involved in thesi.' trunsaclions. Otherwise, In I 
has no objection to the |iropose<l measure, so far 
as the Navy Oepartinent is concerned. 

Secretary Stanton replies to Mr. Sew- 
ard's inijuiry : 

It does not rest with Ihe War Depirtment lo 
grant or withhold any periiiis-ioil lo have any 
war vessels built in this country for the .la|Mic- 
esi'. As to cannon for them, it' is impossible for 
them to cast as rajtidly as the wauls of our ser- 
vice demand, and hence military nece-isity for- 
bids the execution of that part of the order. 

Mr. Seward, Jan. I'J, writes to Mr. 
Pruyn : 

Xo necessities of our service will forbid a com- 
pliavce with the orders of the Japanese (iovtrn- 
meiit, so far as the coiislruciioii ot ves.-els i.-< con- 
cerned ; but the armament cannot at pri'sent be 
furnished, and our .Minister is instructed lo say 
to that (■overnmi'iit that his si'rvices in the prem- 
ises are entirelv of an uiiollicial character. 



^^lEurr alonf: makes a sewing machine valuable. 

Thc People are perceiving that 

GHowing IJepresentations ai-e nol; 31ei-it- 

That it is economy and wisdom to purchase only Sewing Machines of known praciisal utility. 
THIS MACHINE I.S PKOFITABLE AND AVAILABhP: A I.lFK TI.MK. 
An annual dividend of K»0 to .WO per cent, (on it.' cost) may be obtained in its u.^e, le- it.- possession. 
There are over 'Wm W'll KKLKft & Wl I..SON Machinrs in use iu tins •■'"^.V"-* /j'-'V'' . 'i''',",'i„ir iJ 
It is Ihe only Machine in the world making the Lock-^3titch with the ItoUong Hook d..a using u.« 

The WUKKLKIl & WII.S'^X MACHINES are right, aud if tliey do not op< rat.- w. !; it is because 
people art! not fully instructed in their use. 

tl^-'ALL MACIIIXE.S AUE WAP.llAXTKIi, AXI) VVl.L IX.STItUCTIOXS GIVKX. JU 

All persons owning WlIEKLF:it & W'TLSOX MACHIXF.s can have them properly adjusted, ar.d 
full instructions given in Ihf-ir use, tree of charge, b',- calling at the W H i;i-.,i.,KU & W»l.."5U-> 
l:i JO.MS, iu the Ureculcaf Block, lliird street, a few doors below the I'ost OllJce. 



f^t. I'anl, Feb. 10th, Ificn. 



fL-bll-tf 



GoVEKXOit Curtain, of Pennsylvania, 
has sent a message to the Legislature on 
the subject of arbitrary arrests, maintain- 
ing that Congress only has tlur jiowcr ol 
suspending the writ ol' huhats mrpux, ami 
asking the Legislature to ado])t a resolu- 
tion, requesting the government to afl'ord 

to persons arrested a speedy trial. 
^«. .».«.».«. ^ 

Faiucaxk.s' Scai.ks. — Weighed in the 
balance of a just criticism, all are obliged 
to admit that the .>icales of Fairbank- Cv: 
Co., are, without e.\cej)tion, the best ever 
invented. We know whereof we allirni, 
because have tested their value, and are 
fully satisfied of their superior merits. 
The introduction of these scales has 
wrought a revolution in tiic trai'.saction 
of various liusiness, and their accuracy 
is such that a unilorniity ot weights has 
been established all over the country, 
thus making them a national, legalizeii 
.vt.andard. Xor are they conrnied to the 
I'nited States ; they have found their w,iy 
to almost every part of the civili:!!!! 
world, and are .adapted to the standards 
of all countries, so that if in.iy be said, 
all nations, if nut '* weighed in these 
balances,"' at lea»it weigh by them. — 
Hunt's Mcrchoids' Matjaziite. 

L A M' H O «■ .tl I ^' .V E (* O T A 



A.'S ACT Aiipropriatin;;- yituxvy to 
('ov«*r U«>ticit>iic-i«'a XIi*>rc>iu XMniril 
Mild for Oilivr I'urpoitrs. 

/.'<• it n'ticteil hy the I.vjislittun: of the Stdte cj 

MilllU-fj'tl : 

.Skction I. That the fidlowiug .sum.- of nioix'y 
are hereby appropriated out of any moiKV in the 
tn-asury not oilniwise appr -priaiid : 

FirM, l''"r deliiiencies cme on account of States 
Prison for incidental expenses for the year elid- 
ing lleceii.ber l.-t, iM'iI, six hundred and niiiciy. 
Ii\e d<d!ars and sevenly live cents (j^ii'.-j.rj.) 

.s'l-i'o/ii/, 1 o I). A. Ko'.ii-rtson for boanliiiK in the 
Itaiu-ey County jail, Michael Faiix.u lumitic, Iroin 
August :;4lli, l.Vi',', lo LleceinU-r ;!l»t, l.-so'J, si.\u 
dollars (JOi.) 

Thiril, To I). \. Koberts.m for boarding aiid 
safely keeping Charles Burt ai-d Christopan, two 
lunatics iu hain-ey (.'ounty j ill, from November 
l.'tth, lo l>eceiub».-r 1st, iMi.-', inclusive, twenty dol- 
lars (#'.'<•.) 

J-'tiurth, To.Iohn Grace, for washing done for 
luna'ics confined in Itanisey County jail, ten dol- 
lars and fifty cents (»Io.."ki.) 

fifth, To Strong & Wylii-, for oil cloth furni-h- 
ed for (iovernor's room, twcnty-oue tioUurs aud 
lifly-eiKlit cents (ii'.'l.r»,s.) 

Sirtn, To Wni. IJ. Marshall, for printing .".oo 
copies each ol .Si-nate uml llou^e .lournuls ami 
Kxecutlve l>ocnnients tor extr.» session, INI'J, 
four hundred and beven dollars and thirty-iiim- 
cents ($-lor. :!'.•.) 

Striiith, lo Wm. It. Marshall, for balance on 
bill lor .'■»,iKsi co]iies (ieneral iiinl Si)ecial Laws, 
Kxtra Ses.-ion, Ijmj:.', four huiidreil and eijlity-oLc 
dollars and ninety-one cents (iJHSl.'.il.) 

Ki'jhth, To Wm. It. Marshall, tor b.ilance on 
bill lor publishing laws of Kxtra Session, in .'St. 
I'aul I'KEss, one hundred and forty-two doUara 
ami seventy cents ($H-,'.;i).) 

.\inth, For deficiency lor clerk hire in .-Vdjutant 
(Ieneral s Otflce for the year l.'-i'.u', iiiuetv dollars 

($'JO.) 

Ski'. "J. This act shall tak" effect and be in force 
from and after iis passage. 
-Approved, February l'-', ISii.'i. 



Y ^^ ^ CAN (} KT 

NEW DRIED ClIERUIKS. 

NEW DPJED PEACHES, 
NEW DRIED PLUMS, 

NEW DRIED APPLES, 
AND NEW FRESH RAISINS AND 
FIGS, AT 



Februaiy 7th, ISi'n. 



febS 



M 



ISS GILL'S SCHOOL FOR 



YOUNG- LADIES. 

The Third Term of the Seveiiih Annual Ses- 
sion will commence on 310XI>AV, FKBItUAUV 
'Jth, istkt. 

Tkums. — •lunior and Senior Department $10 per 
term; l'riinury,i^o per term. fel>4-lw 

EX LEY'S PATENT COFFEE-POT 



D 



.1. OK.VI.Ky begs to inform his friends, patrons 
and the public Keuerally, tl. tt he is now prepared 
to supply orders for his 

IVcv*' I»«toMt CoOiMy-Fot, 

With Cylinder and Strainer combined. 

It has already met with the approval of numbers 
of the citizens of St. I'aul ami the .*!tate of .Min- 
nesota, and given very great satisfaction to all 
who have testetl its good onalities. Its me'linn- 
ism is simple; it is conveuieut, and produces 
strong and bi>autifully trans|Mtrent Colfee. 

A large assortment of .Stoves and Tin Ware on 
hand, Uoger's Block, near the Bridge, 

jan-.'7-l m Third-st. , St. i'aul. 

JTEW FLOUR ANDGRAIN STORE. 

Tho subscriber having taken tin? store recently 

occupied by O. B. Turrell, 

COLTKU'S NEW BLOCK, JACKSOX-ST., 

Will keep constantly on hand all the 

Olioioe Bfands ol' Floui* 

Brought to this market, which will be sold at the 

LOWEST CASH PRICE. 

Also, COUN, OATS, EYE AND BUCKWHEAT 
FLOUK, BKAN, SIIOSTS, kc. 

We have now in store, Cataract Flour, Extra 
and Double Extra, North Star, City Mills, Brsin- 
ard's Mills. 

JKfSoQila delivered free of charge. 



Jan.tl-lr 



L. T\". OREE3V. 



B 



A L M O R A L SKIRTS, 



Balmoi'al Slcirts, 

SILK STRIPED. 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS. 

Ever brought to thc city, just received by Ex- 
press. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley's Hoop Sliirts," 

Including the favorite brands "Pride of the 
World," "Farorlto Diamond," "Immorable 
Tape," Laoe Gore, and a great rarlety of other 



styles, at 
de(!27-tr 



HOOAsr * CAaii»>s. 



S T .A. T E jM E ]S^ T 

OK Tin: coxDiTio.v OF Tin: 

T^TICETSTX. FII^E IlVSXJK^AiVCE CO., 

OF DUOOKLYN, NEW YORK, 

On tho First L)ay ol' Janiiary, 1»G:3, 

Made to the Treasurer of thc .State of Minnesota, pursuant to the Statute of thut .State. 



XAMi; AX1> 1.0< ATIUX. 



The name of the Company is the " I'hoenix Fire 
Insurance Company," and is located iu the city 
of itrooklyn, county of Kings, State of New 
York. 

r.\piT.\T,. 

The amount of its Capital .Stock $i;O»l.(XX).O0 

'lie- amount of its C'Apitul Stock paid up :.;uo,UO0.0O 
.Vinoiint of surjilus on hand .lauuary 1, 

iN.;i l'-'r,284.85 

foial amount of capital aud surplus... 'ii7 ^iiAJtii 

ASSETS. 

f'nsli in Bank aud on hand $:^.3,447.ii'J 

Ueal l-;siaie unincumbered, owned by 

the ( 'oiiipany 1,1-11.53 

JSoikIs and mortgages, being lirst liens 
on pr< pertv in Brooklyn and New 
^ ork, worili, in each case, from ."iO lo 
lis) per cent, more than the amount 
loaned 



I Miscr.i.L.*xi:ois. 

\ Tie* greatest amount insured by any one li-T:, 

I generally ^lo.oon. 

'1 he greatest amount allowed by the rules to b«j 

I iusun'd ill any one citv, town or viiiage, is not 

• lixed. Deing governed l/V the eiiaiaeii-r • i.'l c.-n- 

i strui-Li<jii of tiio buildings :;iui the lacililies for 

extinguishing lires. 

Ihe greatest amount allowed to be lii.eiirfii in any 
one biotk, is goxcned by the character and cou- 
struction of tlie same, so as to avoid ui:ilue toii- 
centraiion. 

This (ompr.ny was incorporated under the (ien- 
eral Insiinilice" Law of the State of New Viiik, 
and obtained its chiir.!cter or ait < f nicoipofatidn 
SeptemlM-r 'J, lN")r!,an atte-Jtert copv < f wbich ia uii 
lile iu t'.iu Tic-asiirei "s ( iilice of ."liiin'sofi. 

STKI'lll-.N CIKiWKI.L. I'le^'t. 
I'll 1I..VX OKI: bllAW,Scc:t-tJir<'. 



Loans on demand, secured by pledges of 
good Bunk ami other corporation 
stocks as collaterals 

I'npaid lire premiums, in the course of 
collection, all coi.sidered good 

Bills receivable for premiums on inland 
nuvigalion risks 

rremiums on inland navigation risks iu 
hands ol ,-V gents 

Interest on b(>nd>and loans, acciued but 
not ilue, and nil drawing at the rale of 
7 ]«-r ci-nt 

Bank or other corporation stock owned 
by the Comjiany 

All other securities 



16i),9•^(;.50 



00 



78 



SI,:-",'. 

12,570.72 
3,179.W 

r.,5.><;.oo 



CITY OF BUOOKLYV, i ., 
County of Kii;g.«, ) '"'^' 

I'ersonally apjiear-d, this :.-Oth of .laniiary, IN".:',, 
Stephen Crowell.I'rt-s-ideiit, uimI I'liiiaiider .-^haw, 
.Secretary, of the rha-ni.-c I'iie Insura: ce Coin- 
IKiny, of Brooklyn, New '^ ork, aiiu.-ev«-rally iiiudi* 
oath that the aOove statement, by tlivin subscii- 
bed, is correct and t) ue to the be.- 1 of iheir 
knowledge and belie-:*. 

[I., s.] E. W. CKOWKM , 

Notary ruMic, Kings County, N. V. 



n.»;.,''>.->f», 

1 1 ,6lN'i, 



Total Assets of the Company ;?:Jl:^,?.s4.^.j 

i.i.\uii.rriK.s. 

Losses adjusted and due, F'ire -....Nothing. 

" Marine Nothing. 

I.o.-'ses adjusted and not due, Fire Nothing. 

" '* " " Mariiif Notiiiug. 

Losses unadjusted and in sas])ei«s«i, await- 
ing lUo.dV, Kire $i;{,92r>.(X) 

Iio do 3iurine SUO.tK) 

Losses claimed but resisted by the Com- 
pany, I- ire , Nothing. 

Do do Marine Nothing. 

All other claims against the Oompauy. . . .None. 



Total liabilitie!' 



febfl-'iw 



...$1-1,425.00 



STATE OF MlNNK.-'Ol A, i 

■fltllASlUKK'S IMUCi;. \ 

'I'he riia-nix I'ire ln>iir:iiic"' C.iu^pai.y. o 
Brooklyn, N»-w Yoik, bavin;.' luHy ciiii;)!li«d 
with tiie ri'<|uiremeiits of an act eiiiiilei.' "?ti 
act to amend an act entitled an :.ct to regu- 
late InsuraiiCf Companies not ii;c>iri.<".iiit.-d l-y 
the Slute «)f Minnesota,"' approved lln- si.vii 
day of February, one thousand ei(.-ht hiiii- 
ilred and sixty: I li« reby certify that said 
Company is authorized to traiL-uct business in 
this .State. 

Witness my hand and seal at the city of .'afist 
I'uul, this third day of February, one thuusuiiJ 
eight hundred and sixty-thiee. 

[SHAL.] CHAS. .SCHEFFEK, 

istate Treasurer. 
Per J. B. I'owKi:, Deputy. 



THEO. E- BOIiXJF, 

Agent, St. Paul. 



S T .A. T E jM E IST T 

OF THE COXDinOX OF THK 

H03f:E IlvsxJI^A:xoE coimi^aivy^, 

OF NEW YORK, 
On tho First Day of Januarj-, 18G3, 

3Iadi» to the Tieasurer of the State of Minncfotn, pursuant to the Statute of that State. 



XAMK AXU LOCATIOX. 

riie name of this Company is tho Home Insurance Company, incorporated iu l^j.l, and located In 
tlie city of New York. 

C.vriT.VL. 

f he capital of said Company, actuallv paid up in cash, is 

Ihe surplus on the 1st day of January. lS(i:j 



Total amount of capital and surplus. 



..$!.fO'>,OfO.O« 
C:o!)t<).04 

. .^i.O.'O.'JliJ.lH 



ASSETS. 



Amount of cash In Continental Bank, New York 

Amount of cash iu hands of Agents, and iu course of transmission 

.Vmoiiut of unincumbered real estate. No 4 Wall street 

.Viuountof United States Treasury Notes, 7 ."J-IO nmrket value 

.\iuount of I'nited States Uegistered .Stock, issl, market value 

.\ mount of Cnited States Uegistered Bonds, 5-20, market value , 

.\mouut of Missouri State Bonds, « per cent., market value 

.\ mount of North Carolina Bonds, Cper cent., market value 

.\inount of Tennessee Bonds, (i p«'r cent.. luurket value 

.Vmount of Ohio, »j per ceut., market value 

.\iiiount of Illinois, per cent., market value 

Amount of Bro-iklyn (^ity Water Bonds, market value 

A mount of Bank Mock, market value 

.Vmount of loans on bonds and mortgages, txdug lirst lien of record ou 

real estate, worth at least ♦l,4r:{,5oo.ot>— rateof inten'str per cent 

Amount of loans on stocks aud bonds, payable ou demand,— the market 

ties pledged at least S •73,.'Jai.(iO 

.Vmount of (joverniuent stamps ou hand 

.'Vmount of inland .'salvages, &c 

.Vmount of other misct>llaneou8 items 

.Vmount due for premiums on policies issued at office 

.Vmount of bills receivable for premiums on inland luvigation risks, ic 
Inlwrest due, and accrued but not due 

Total assets of the Company , 

LLvmLITll-is. 

.\moiint of losses adjusted, and ducand unpaid 

.Vmount of losses incurred, and in process of adjustment 

Amount of losses reported, ou which no action has been taki n 

Amount of claims for losses resisted by the Comfiajiv 

.Vmount of dividends declared and due and unpaid.." 

Amount of dividends, either cash or scrip declaxed but not yet due 

Anion lit of money borrowed 

Auiouut of all other existing claims against the Company 



.$1 



27, 1.-*: .".o* 
4ii.rji.M'iK- 

4'.i,0(iu (".« J 



nun. 
value 



ciiniter> d 
of securi- 



31SJ.N21 -23 
•^.^,!^7.0i 
.'iiJ,125.5tJ 

220,927.50 

12,4<.io.lK» 

C'.'.KH'.l'i 
l),M.O.t»> 

Ui,7(K>.to 
2 1 .UKJ.W 
ILIi-O to 

iui,roo.w> 

7lN.:4L52 

:i2t<,».>'24.W 
2, Woo 

l^,s:o.t■'. 
]5.7:..-.2r 

2..'-4->.4:; 
2l,.'.i:i.:'J 

2.-.,r.'.T.;i!4 

M ,7-lC,4y5.(J6 

None. 

S5i',o.{!.5S 
13.N;o.iA) 

].i,i;i:{.ih; 

.V-2.U0 
None. 
None. 
None. 



Total amount of losse.*, claims niid liabilities *".■> ;'.4't fi4 

Tho greatest amount insured on any one risk is *;!0,(HKt, but will not as a general rule exceed i'lo Oi.^ 
The Comjiany has no general rule as to the amount alh)w<'d to be insured in any oitv. town, vil'aire 

or block being .governed in this mat'er, in each casi', by the general chai-acfer of" buildiiiff" width of 

streets, facilities for jmltiug out tires, &.c. 
An attested copy of the charter or act of incorporation accompanied a previous annual statement. 

STATE OF NEW YOUK, { ,, 

... „ _^y. 



of 



( .ity and County of New York, 



full 
bed 



Charles ,7. .Martin Fresident, and .John Mciiee, Secretary of thc Home InsuranwCompanv bc-in 
severally and duly sworn, depo.sc and say, and each for himself says, that the foregoing is a t'ri'ie ful 
and correct statement of the alfuirs of thc said Corporation, and that tb<*v are the ahove d.-scribe. 
otlicers thereof. (Signed.) CHAKLKS .I.MAiniN, President 

(Signed.) JOHN M« GHEE, .Secretarv 

Subscriltod and sworn, before me, tliis 24th day of January, A. d., lf;a! " 

t' • S-] (Signed) J. H. WAsilBUUN, Notary I'ublic. 

Know all men by these presents, that the Home Insurance Companv, of the citv of New York do 
hereby aiiihorize any- and all agents that said ComiJany has or may hereatter havedr ai.ooint in 'the 
Stateof -Viuiiesota, forandou Whalf of said Company, to accept aud acknowledge service of all 
process, whether mesne or final, in any action or proceeding against said Compauv, iu anv of tho 
( Oiirtsof said State. And it is lierebv admitted and agn-od that said 8er>iceof the prbcess atore.^aid 
shall Ik' taken and held to be valid and sufficient in that behalf, the same as if served upon said Com' 
pany according to th > laws and practice of said State, or any other State ; and all claims or rich- of 
error by reason of the manner of such -ervicc, is hereby expressly waived and relinquisiied 

\\ itness our liaud aud seal of the Comi>any, this 24th day of Januarv ISCi-'t. 



[u s.j 



(Signed.) 
(Signed.) 



CHAULI-.S J. MARTIN, President. 
JOHN McGEE, Secretary. 



The Home Insurance Company, of New 
act entitled an "Act to regulate Insurance 



STATE OF MINNF:S0TA, TRKAstRKit's Ofkick 
Y ork, having fully complied with the refjuiremeiits of an 
, ,, .... ..-,. u J Companies not Incorjioruted by the State of ilinnesoia " 

approved the sixth day ot tcbruary, one thousand eight hundred aud sixtv; I hereby certifv that 
said company is authorized to tnmsaci business in this State. " ■ 

Wituess my hand and seal at tho city of St. Paul, this ;kl day of February 
, ^„ „ CUAKLES SCUEFFEU, Stj 



feb0-2w 



State. 

18(53. 
, -^tate Treasarer. 
PerJ.B. I-OWEli, Deputy. 



BOgXJF A: O^KES, Ag^ents, St. I^aiil. 

pr YOU WANT TO GET THE 




POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 

DKAI.ER3 IK 

China, Griass &o Crockerv 

PLATED WARK, 
CARBON" OEL. A.ND IxA.M:I»S, 

TABLE CUTLEItY. 

Houeio Fufuisliliier GS-oodis 

of every description. 
ROBERT STREET, St. Paul, MIbb. 
•ep22-d&w 



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ANTED 



Two experienced MOULDERS. None others 
need apply. AK>ly to 

SCOTT & MORGAN, 
Jant»-3w-> »t. AathoBj. 



PRETTIEST BALMORAL SKIRTS. 

You ever saw, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMFS. 

If you want to g«t the 

Best Hoop Skirt. 

Y'ou ever had, go to 

HOGAN & CAMP'S. 

If you want to got the 

Handsoiuicst Di^eMS, 

In town, goto 

HOGAN & CAMFS. 

In flu*, anrthlnf you want to buy In the Dry^ 
Goods Line. . 

HOGAN & CAMFS 
dec27-tf Id the place to buy it. 



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""'.■%::*'»'» or t«ik Ti«»H:%iii>i.;. 

X., ,,•,.![..: t'.A- attomi>t of rrcmli 
., , ,;; . , i:> tu 1)1* f.)ii!"iniK'«l ''V «•'">■ 
• Kxi-u ,;i>;'.a.iii-3 lliis morniiii:.] 

TL.' :.;i-.-.onri KtiKUii-ipaliou I'.ill lias 
J n:->.-.l tl,. S.natf l-v a mamrity nf Jbur. 

It i-i -nil .1 i".;.t >!»i;nn.ui's I'aiik blli 
V. :i ivi^> t'.- llor.-.- V.ya lar-.-r Jiiajority 



u"r,«"i i" .r out t!,.- t.i.. M of ki..ar...i. vv'.:;,*; 

' .a.lv a..v kuowu u .•as.ii- ..I .... a.ln.;^«. t ..• 
., I ii .■ ...' ic-nlon ct tl «' Li.!«»''1 >ta,.-,aii.1 lit. n 
"Urrncvl tl..-;r co.^ruv*. .nc-.vI H...t.,i-.m- -yi-. 
k...'«'n. Ii ;-.-.,i.ir.- ■* o «•''*.'■•»"•- ^^ ;'""'" "• ■' ' 
i. :• iuwit* t., iiuniu.' h..v. . ..It .•u<)r....K:> 

t r- T ..v.-ri:r. .V ui'iii -.1 lauU.U.M.i:-. I.'it \> • -« 
! !• in. i-i... .u..r.\-luiv:.-.iM'Nv;r:.tlu-i..t.-.K tlv. 
iirioy. tlio comifry, or lu il> il in^'tiiuti.'r.s. 

Thf mniilHT of mipoossIuI i-ommindi-r.-^ 
w!i.» li:ivu ha.l no inlUtary ciliv-ation is 
tmirh l"s=9 tlian is i;.-ncial'y s!'i»-)'>#eil. On 

I'lis |inint. hf ^:ivs 

YoM .-.T'.' ii.lv will II. t .-I:!-.* AI.-mi:>Vt. :.r • n- 
-i,-,or tv.-il.-m-k, or Nt'ol-". »"'<'"■•'• ''."' V"'-; 
h. r.l-...-l!iiA lui.lth-!. M ,>,:Iii;."y .•.!••.••..: '.'iiV/'-^^ 
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.,1, ».;•.'.. r-M.:-, and .... tifi-niu-- v. :. i.>'V.-r i". i !'■ 
.i. a.v.. from i. . Wusl. iv.ffu.u «::>> u-^ ""Vl' ••'':' V" 
...lio mUil:<rv^.-i.-iuv a, :M.y ...a" «': \''\''V . ■ 

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l..r.lto li.n. T:.' ior. I ii.H't Hius.« ..m- r.;i....ru. 

• ... "a Vis..*. II. lH.t l..-.f 1.. llv k -y Ol tl... ,.oM. 
.;,H^^;„ l:r3?-s bu; t.Tv. I..- ;.t; «l.i:;., -">••■ 

: <..! rav:..ri.i,.nn;>t .M;..iMi.;.i. ..'Ji; »'> :'•<•>•'.' 

,..-11. "raU.T \v:iH WiiMrilljt in in* lu'.ul. \. I>. " 

>l-\ica.. .-.iv.v:.v wor. l..-.'i..in.is to l.."..!:vlt' :n •! 
'.•,.ak. >.. it «i:s, au.i ill.' tKitti- "I l..i'-'.i \ i-i.i 
u., >...t.. i;,.-.i.....Ti!u...il.isl.a„'l.K-ri..-.-V>tl. 
il. iliiii-Ki-nv.'-!. ai.uiii-; llv. b:-.;voi: a: n-- '• • »t 



ton:>3 v.Ith tlif ronceltoa froj?-er.ti.Ts t.' 
t'.i.- Lower l*rovix;c-is, an.l swioiisly con- 
rluilesthat "..mil Upi-er CanraUans a.- 
sL-it witli Volutin- f.rnuKSs" tl:o " ri;;lits 



llil-V oil 



::Lt to i;o-.-i'-s" that " wu slnll 

eotu'mue tuliave comparatively small roa- 
soiis to blf.ss llt^- ihy f at W ilium ban- 
i,h...l wnn.lon sh.)Osnn.l bras-..; monoy Irom 
t!.v. lir<l ..I our lallKTs. i-.r t':c i.k^s ol 



A bill appro*. irlaling .*<•">'.>,<.).,■•; t j ai.l in 
the orctlij-.i o:' a moiuiim*nt to Stt'i'lieu 
A. Douglas, lui- pas.si'dtl.c lioiuc olUfi>- 
n'scr.ta'iivL'i-. 

'i' l:o aualysib of the vote* on t'.;c Illinois 
aiul Xev,- Yor': Canr-l Bill ^bov,-s tliat 
twl"aty-t^vo Xoj-tliwesteni, and SL'veT-tci'n 
S'l'W Et.^land lue-n vote-d lor the measure*. 



^* I 1 t!.t.v .n- no^v tv;*.-., cist ia full while tventy-lour Xortawo.to,.i anu oul, 
t.^ne ill tl.'s IVovinre* ol Lann-ia. 



LATEST NEWS, 

OyU SFSGiflL DiSPfiTCHES, 

?nZt:OH MED!AT!G?1 SAID 70 
BE FP.9FGSE0. 



;h:vn ir liail in the .Si'nato. 

A .■;~!>al'-h ti-.nn {'oliiinbii*. Ohio, stafi's 
tii.it a ri'M-lu!:.'!! « on<l«>tnnm.^ t'.ie Kman- 
, ; >a.;,.i ]...li.y of the Aibninl.slralii.n was 
t,[m:!1'..1. tuMed in tin* II-iii--*. 

T:; ■ ■•"iVaco and t'onnnitt.'O resolti- 
t...;i- hav.^ i.asse'd the Il.»us.». in the II- 

iiufls Lojxislature* by a %vt,* ol' •"•-' to iN. ^ 

hu jni-ssage in the Senate* I-- eonsiilevi-d j '■"'iyl'.%'^\iXll i^ "^'i ^'' '^'' '"'".".''f^l"''^."".^."-',''! 



S\M. <.'"*M «•'•' <>;-.:o. ar.d onv frioutl, 
rvrr.s. recently snol.eu of lor lla- Unlu-.l 
siates S^-nat... tiUe.! their y.arhameiitary 
huiees at c:ieh oth.r, a ^vct.«!cor two Muee. 
'•.-;mi-.l" V.--S ni.V«i:);; a sjieeih a-:'.inst 
,h,. ,.. .;r-. soldirr bill, and denton-tratin?: 
tliat W;'>I)i'';4tc:> "t'"^'"-" :'•'• ■».'I>^'''l *'^"}' '''^" 
isian b.'in.r ;.- a soldier, a shi'de ihr!:- r 
l..;'u a .M'.iJK-aMolls bri.-!:. C'ynis w:is 
.s.-e*uieal, :.*id w.ihi-.it li-in-; to lii-J le.t. 
ii.dn!;;.*.! in ninnliK,' e^uniu-ntarjes <>n 
♦ \.V^^.<'"e"li. T1:U wa. r.;lher iti-pr.'- 
aan.ev.tr -y. t . b'* ^•lrv.•, .".nd r. suited i-i 
{lie f.idowin'; fMirited eolln.i'iy, whi.h w.* 



rV Qiif-«tioii or Vorsioit.v 
ami ^'1' 3Ierc-iev. 



A Feud Breaking Out Be- 
tween Eastern and West- 
ern Congressmen. 



doubt i'd. 

I. . it. T news :roin Ktirope a!>d li:i- n^ua» 
-'u;ini:rv ..[ ( 'oni^res-^ional proeoedin- 



;• teh*:.:iMplii.* eolni:i:i 



,. '.'.\ ' . m: ! Ill Dili 

. . u :;h Ileal' o! i:!ti-re-tiivm Wash- I 

,;;_ . s,-. Luiiis. l.airo, r:..:/..:... ;. •^. •■ 



1 
I'.il'.. 



C:.> 



tri'-.l li'itiest'v 



iv, J \ ^ar.- 



to jillt .loW!l ill'. 



.'..<«.. tfro-.m-ls. A o. miry win.- . .s .-v. r to .' 
,-,", .1 :.i «-ii-. mu-t t'v,-.-..» niilif.'" I'.sir-.-tSDi.. 

Wjt isanait. I cm e.iiu*. i*- -i i!":'.'''ff '" 

•iJtorl.- a!.v..r.l th-in tut i; m.'.t ••'" tmr-u.- .>.. I'.'t 

\v*i..r..a'.lth.' iiat.«tii 1 .«t>iliai.;-;'. :ii"' .■ -tf/-- 

.;„n in tl.a! ail u.-e lunii.!.-.! n.'". •>;,\«=->":" 

i-n Hi.. 1. ..ftliT-.t i.l.i. i.- <">■•">•""• """"'•'""■ 

i).: wi'li :> r-.l t.atl.'*r in Ii- e:t;.. ai.i4 a l)..iii!- 

.,, j.,r Mi-uitiii^ MlT.T liiiu. l'"ir: i.-t ,_ s I..-.- vjr 

,mm.u. *...!*■ i„.ci'i.-'n..i'i..ii:-a:.i>oii>"a i"<»^r 

I. •u.Tii"'. I am .■••I '••'■^ iniu'hU.-".."' •'•;'• " 

. s tri- »y.*ak s,.,.t v. .l.li I .'.r.'a I.* : Ir.i.i i.at. !>•■- 

■1111!.": »>ai I l!.>i».i' rr.»I.i-mv v. ..Ml., ri- • ]'V 

' ,.i .!i!.n..i uitli a I'l'i-ti-r ii.i.i 1, wi-" 

• 1 . ;i-ro! tlu'-l.'i fnts ii»x- '.^.iry lo ? :i'ti- -. 

ih.' ddeet of Vi'e.t l\.int. Mr. M:;ms- 

!".'1J ecntcnd*, is hrhlly t!!i> : it i* •"•nu- 



p;, ..;-,. \i nij uui. a 



ropy Uo II the i!!->'i'. . 

\'- .VI • il '. i*t '<i* »'"'>".J •'..."•'• 

y.r. «■..•;, li i't" ^'.•..•l..n.-v. i.-.ii. .^llln«•s -.i 
%,-...:* t.. . .'•..; BM"r.'.:.;';:.s i,,- In.l I. •!.•.• •• •' . .. 
• ji.innU. l»- ". »*■ •' i"i«l'>«''? lii."!-' sai.^-fi 



Pas!«aseoiAmiistu*el^e.^ 
olntioiis iu the lUiuoi.s 
Le:rislatiiro. 



r;.:i. 



l.v iKiitit I. 



ui.-l r,.'s i.'. i-:i 



ub.lL,)n ^a p.o i-i% i „ ,„ , r.Iv a ^e!u..d of art, an.l n.-t ot phdoso- 

r down tie.- rebellion at'.'! . '• " . . , 

-Oiv— not s.ji.nee. beean.^o science taken 

iilonc is merely a part of art, br.t ph!los- 

.>phy is a vpry dillerei.t thin^r. We 'yiote 

:Iii- eonelu>ion el ihe letter: 



,, . , J.; i,.U f.iree tla* eansf . th" ob- 
j, r. iv. 1 [\:>- main*prin;; of t!-e rebellion, 
..-,:, ol its power and th'* meaus by 
wul. '.. I: Ii\- .1. TIe.-y failed eonspienotis- 
' -I ' ■neiitably. as every ^a:;.^eIon.' 
• - ■'. knew tbev must. 



rin-.IIy. 
r".i' \> .1." j'i 
13 aim t'ari 
p.iwM-, to 



t!,. V dvterininid to coaduet 
. .iii.iijii seusc- j>rineiidt^s and 
; ' ! V..:. n* the seat of the rcb 

.■: t o:i 



tl; t 



W.',r IVint is an : »ti:>.in<''H' siri<-.l i>r mili'f!r> 
,rf Ijiit it l..;ii.:..-»t>i fi.i'i;,'!'fvi>iuili"'!"t. ^''.^'^ 
.> . M.ii III.*:;... >iivs ,„i.. r 1 ii...:in t ■!- : tl.a* ii ;i 
:..;». ,al U'*'ili-'i iM.ll i..^I'i:t ;i W'.oM.i;!:..} if '• r- 
» -viiir. .lr.«wiiij;. a'till.Tv. oa..-;:i---:-i.r;. f.-..tis. 
\o., V>"i'>t l-..lut wi:. ii.uV'- I'.u.i e.«tii;> ^ti*. i-'J> 
-rmvlie war.M a ^r-at d.-a! I'.or- ; 'p-i «" 1^— 
•.v.uit, a l.r..ii.l. c u;i.' .-.en-. «■ .il..-"i)i.i.- -i 
i:iiiiu— '.V.'st f.-inl . »i-.-< ii"t ii.-up.- in:u t uit '.v 
e . . r . I .!iv .I...:.!.-. .N'>« ti • iliilK-iiIfy i.i tawwi'.r i* 'Ivii 
< sonrpo.-.f snpp.ies. ■•J.j^^^^.^^.^j^. .,..,;,„ i!,.aui-.?.»r.i, 1 r.';*!. 

..,1 ol ...e .i.i\- ' I , „i.-.., ,.,;,^.i,i,,!,;i., ,.-i,v.ni-..l v.-ry li,:l.' a'hi.ii 

tit. ir c.T.u.trv. Imvi* rs.'tu t!iis p...m...'-t, wry Jar 

-U!...;;.>r t.i tlfiM, i..<~iu.-o II* I»'s '•••fa •..■'•-- 

«ui.i...1 t) l.">~ .i""« l.H'ii :;!iUtl.i:'j.s c;! a l.ir;{ • 

-ijt.'. .Miti!i..laiil .iifuT w.r- 1-1 ^M!^.•rl..r lo 

,;..- t;.'nf till; t.ii tiiv tv. toil. 10, l.«r til.' v.-ry iv.i-i.».i 

I liave civ.':.: {mk-.m^- th-lr luiai* v.tTf <>tilJr;,' .. 

1 !,-..; .ii..r:il i.i.-.is. . l.i*. t;i"l.. i* j'v .l"; '- ..I 

I ., ,..j iviiit— 'hat it is oi.U- a sc!ii>.>I<>t art. >o is 

1 .,!;:. mill Wo-.l.vi:'... a;..l tli.- i'..:.. t...-'i;ii. ';*. 

•II. I t.J -.«:u.> .'xt..nl, i'.'l our c'U" 2..S. ' •■n i-''- 

.i.!W-l !. • r-iai-ili'-'. : I k""^-' '•'■'■ '"' ^ ''"' '"''"'.' 

ili.' i'l«i (•■"nn-r b • ^ «•..• Iiitiir; i;iu>ir.iiio.i« :n..i 

-ncii.-iioiis fur tt 11 f!i 1 saust &»".; r»ua» f>'r » :»- 

.>..ii-r arti. '■■. 



• .•' M'ldi. n't, a-.. 
•■•"«•, .. I ' I.V.. 1 .-vr trv"!''*t''i lii'-'i ia V-i- 
V.-.. "w!.--i > lu's l> »>»! ..n fli" ■;.«.>.•. 
>u-. a:.' U-'. i ii.»:c !..<• :!-*iitl.'ii.«n w;!I K-rd.'u 

'■"vr C-.-. V..M. I t r.l, ir '-.t'l will «;..«vtaV. 
v.v.rs."i= n.'. fc •< n ■P>'''-- V'. . itave not tr a: > 

Ui.' tvltti r. . I.... 1 «i;.n*' t'...'- ' 1 •■" '■• 

V Jl I'U'l If I'-." •^.-iillf!"'.' ••lif"'"-* '" -^ • 

t i.'-'i ra. , I.'.- vi;l : I la f. r au ex; In- -liJi'. I ^•••: 

'"V:': r..x. N... >ir: 1 •»" •'"« ^i'"- >•. T'..- ff-nt!.- 
-■.iisjt tii'^r.. -iio.Ti.p Ku.l li;i;;!..ivriit .iiy I ;- 

.ii!iri{*fi^'..i I"."' '"••■"".'"^'- I '-.i^ •••'.';;• '■'■ 

1: ,. vi-i .lit .-ii.-'.i iut-rrt. :'•:■•!». 

wM be ^I'.-n that ot;r tnr'mber h-.d 

Xol'ili:>g JiKf'* 



;. ,. ■• 1 as a war liieasiire. 

V. ::t ■.\'-^-i ■ t!iL' expediency of this 
.-ire. f.ir tie.* tim-- for arj,"»inent pas^e.l 



. a 1 •:';'. ):i. ^^'e :'i''' f:it::-.'0 wi 
.ui;'i i;i I'T-in-Chief; an. I t' ■ v- 
v I), r.i'.ional iii.-n. in thcb. !:'■! '--i 



i: \v;:'i nr.jv.- an ."Ti/i.-nt means in the 

.^ i, .. ..• ;tiL! - for de^troyinj; the 

luilit.irv [P.^'.•,•r ol t'le rebels and re-estalt- 

r.idiin-'f;! ■ .1 I'huiity of t';-* Covermiiei.t 

; :i t!i<; '.-. i-.I -d States. AVlmt the editor 

.j! :\i ; l'i''r. ■ ■ aji'l thoso whom \y.- is ju-t 

ao t!iU riiur wri:;:!- to ph-:is.\ tliin'c abont 

the military eill-i.'ney of the measure it j 

v»-uid.i he iiiri-ulttotfll. IJut they itronj;- 

iv disr.pi.ruvo of it. and ostensibly l><,'ame 

i.cv d..-a:.['i-.jvv ol it, refuse their support 

to the adiiiiuistr.iii.)n in carrying on the 



\. :ir. 
Ih 



;i;;..:i 



\v..Ti't -ujiji.trt a war av:ainst reiiels 
: ; ; .- wiii.-h involve tin- einan- 
. •,.;:!, ■! ot their slaves. But if they sup- 
port th'- wi.i- at all, th'-y mnst support 
•- :•. tl ■ ^.:^^ :ind with the means 

: ,1 iv, ,'i : '. til" (iovcrnment whl.h d.;e> 
iiu'.lvo e-natiiipation. Therefore they 
u- iri': support the war:it all. 

This is the openly avowed position ot 
the Copperheals, :m.l it is the openly 
.i.vo\v. d jujsition of the rinuetr. 

]i.:i>:;: ■! t:i>r 'rore, as the Union can 



O.'llv !_•■ rr-toT 

.. !!• ': 1 .!!o\vs 



!, 1: :it all, by su.:eessiul 
..s a necessary corrollary 
, ; :. . ; ..:;: i ! the Copperheads. that 

thev hi! : :!;. r t':.. I'nion should die than 
ti:;r >1 i\«,i-y .Miouh.l be tivnaerd. 

Vv'he:! '•''■ • I'i ■'K-'i' tlirn.-lore :iiyi.ets to 
.!eno;in<-.. (■.■•■;' ••li-.eu-ui :;- thus .b^flned. 
::;".::: ■- I'-i'' t'.ie detinition is simply a 
i I ■: li -utiii-'Mt. in the last analysis, o! 
Its «)wa avuWfl p.)situin. 

It is like tho ni;;:.;er who denied stealin? 
the hor f. ** I come alonj;.'' he sai.l, 
•■andl see.l a rope ticl to de j-ato post. 
1 untied d.- r.![)e and took it off. 1 ^It^ 



rii" atfention ol tho-e Senators wh.o 
:i:e aver--- to s ndin;; .omiiilssioiiers tc 
promote, and ne ,'otiate f..r, tlie cession of 
Dou'das eonntv. Wisconsin, is dlrectdl 
to the followinj: important precL^deiit : 

The Siipreni. C'tiirt ol tlie l"nii<'d 
States, allirnud in the ease of Xew York 
and Xew .Tersey, the right ot St.ates to 
ehan:.;o their lo mdarios sid Jeet only to 
the consent of < ontjress. In June, l><ol, 
an act was pas.- -d, i;iving the consent ol 
Con<'ress to an .igreenient or corapact be- 
tween these States, as follov.-s : 

•' Wl..'ri^as r-'-:ii iisfi-'xer* .ImU' ai.|><>i*'t.*«l ',>» 
t'i.> pan i.fti..? Muf of .NfW V»il. uu.l i»/.»mi.*- 
j;.7.». /•.■ .Uih ;r.->..i .'-.l Oil tl. ' )uiT ..l>i<' S*..?.. ')1 
\,.\v .Icr-ev. V. !• :h.> p.iri.-..».' ..f aijr'.in;? i.ih.ii 
iirl «»ttlin,s; tl. • ji is.li.-ion atil tiTrit-.riil liniiti 
ol" thf two Sta. s, |i;ive pxcoutol o-rtaiii ortiol;*. 
which are contain. 1 in the w.T'is foUowii c vi^ : 
'• Aureoroi.ni iirle aivi ..nt.r'-l into, l-y .nii<. 
b.tw."n It. nj.....in I". r..i:!er. V. A. .lav. an- 
Hinry ."Sevi.iui.: . i oitmiissioiu r* iliily iii>!)"iu.t-'' 
on tht* part an.! !.. i.iU of t'.w .s-iato of New York, 

""••' Irti-'f yir>t.—'\\\<- b.^uiK^nry lin- b- tv.-ntho 
tr-o' ."States of -V. • V..rk ai.l Nt w Jt-rsoy, Iroin a 

point oiitli.. II"--'" K!'^'r."»"f- , ,,, 

•• Arti-i'' Kit'kth .—This a;:r. •■iti'.ntj'haU iM-eoij." 
b;i.<iinirou tl.."' iw > .<!:U -s, wbi.u.-ontirmi.U ly the 
I o-nslitiirey linn of resp'-iliv.!-, ami vli'.. :.»)■ 
iinwpU bv the f.n Jtn-s* of tin- L'nite.l.strtt.'s. and 
W'.eri-as'th.- >'i:ili «r"">n«-'"* '"* '"*•*" <""nhrm'?il 
bv i:.- l..-ti.-lai .- ..r til- >.::'. M.u..s".^ic. 

•• IW if I.xi-lf ' l-l tlf S>tt ff<- r'.l'l yVi-'s'* 'f 

/?.^;<, .-■.»//.';;.•.. . rUrtt luc coii.-ei.l of Collin...... 

i- I'l ■:•'■: ffi-. »■:;." •.-.■. 

\\\- trn-'- tint t!ic Situate wdl so fu- 



ll 
the t/hioiati on the h.p 
was .*.ai,!, howevtr, iii-'.Il :>.'. i o:. eo: - 
elu.led his ^5.•.•ec!l,v;.e:l all fears ..[r>l...l- 
ensbur-. and i.i.stuls andcoiree. were .li-- 
pelle.i by t':e genial wit oft':- two me:);- 

l.e:-s : 

,, , p,,^ ^jr w:«i.i,V:'7. r-'.rP«nr.kPi. ''-Tnt-fv 
•,bo.It rhisbni.i.". Vn-'-ti'«P-' I -;t>k..r.f'...r l.>r-'. v 
v.h.'u 1 ''-211 ' -i' 'ai tl.* ;T.-ntl.-unu !;• 'Ui Aiu - 

3lr. Al.ii-ich. 1 luv.' th-j g .ni:e>naa m 1; a ■.. - 

Mr. <^ov. y>i' rt a^'. . , 

sTr \!.!ric-'i. I i^ii i"'! ''••'^" "•^y*'"."?- ;'•"'' '• "'^ 

;:i-. I OK. i:;e -i*..!i.T-.:i..-i .i*i:;.i:i"ii f;"^', »; 

„,..r u-n TATh^T tb.- ;..ivav.u^'..ef !>••'"• r'",' f. "f 
»o tue t'r^TuiifMi.- • I r. .... r<l t... ;. . i !• '• !' • 
loit ->'-.»'- of III'- .t-.lt.';.iy r-to.l humo.-. and :.>-''- 
i'.jri- w i- V ill '• i*. i- " 'I'i. ••." 
Mr. Al-'.flcii. AIJr!.,'.it. . , .. . , .-^r 

K.M i:i»v.-of ih.. No.t;. .•...on iiis <-.'«.s:i-.:,s ,>vM 
V....... I V,....: •. .v.^.i.v .„, .«.>i-.l..ri;...i -..f; h 

I'-., sv ■ '.n.'s- . f iU:<t ti-i'vi'iil r.if.s.^*. so . ......A 

vv..a!i.i.-:M::n.l H^-:ho!h.r. I Laiiiflffr.; 

Aiel thus It I :i«le.l. Tor down-rljtt 



three New i'nghiud men \oloi .agahi-t it. 
:iis.-oiiri, lla:isas, Ohio, Illinois and In- 
UI:uia arc in:hided in the Xorlhweslcrn 
cdr-.n:!. 

(;.u.i3:nn-ide,withm.ex:unphd.nag-, ^ ^^^^,^^^ .^^,^ }iiiSOUllI EMAN- 
na.ihnity. olFcrs to M-.-iuaK* .emmand ol Cll'AliON DILL, 

his old army co:ps, and hgut under Hook- , 
er. I le positively asserts that he will n<-t j 
reui.-aiii in the M*;-viec without a tomniar.d, j 
h.d.liii-j it to be the duty of every man 
iioldi:*.^ a commission to give his time and 
e}iergi«;s to tho cause of lh« Covirument. 
He is greatly .surpii.-ed r.nd alarmed :.t 
the thrcateiilng p-Jsturo ol th..^ 1/emo- 
••raii-: pirly i:i the North, ami, wii-hoi.t 
u<'oroi!s a!i l suceossfid action by the 
■.;..verunic:ir, apprehends that we may 
have a Ibrn.Iual.'e f;:-eiu the rear. 

A Oi-pateli from V\'a: hingtoii slates 

that oi:v r-.i-e* ■< int'/ed I.ebanci>. Tctin., "' 

oT.theiih. They c:tp'iired some si.'ihi-n- Tiio English Press Oil tJie 

d:-M r.bvl.s, r.o.t ol 'them being of :.ior- Pi'OpOSed FrenCll 

gati's cor:m'..';n 1. T-'any Held oilicers were Kodiation. 

taken. Amon.^ the prisoners w.13 i'ai;l j ^^ 

.Vm^-r.s.)u.avi..:entrebel2r.duiemb.ref| .^^^^ .^^.^^ Sr>ecchcs in thO 
th • S'.;:'c Legislature of iSG') .".nd IMjI*. [ ' 
ir-.- y.vs an origi:ial seec-sloiil.-t, .and oiv-i j 
of the earliest :'dvocat.-'s cf a Souther:'. | 
L'otiietierrc_. . ( 

::.-. ]5;-ovn, of 3lis.-N.-!";.i. h.'s hitro- 
d.i- » d a bill into the rebel Sjnate, reqi:!- 
riie; n'.l ollice ho! h-.-s wh.> wonhl be s-ub- 
j... • to dralt, if not excmpte I by virtue of 
tlieir oiliee, tolcrtI:wi'!i (uroll lI.em.'Jclvcs- 



Batiks' command, is contrarj- to|authonta- | FROM ST. LOUIS. 

tive information received hero. ! Special DispatcMo the ^'-^-l^^— ^^^ ^^ 

Gen. Fremont has applied for active 1 j^^^^^^,^ ^1,^ ip^prs captured in the bag- 
serv-ice. . „^„t. q{ ^ rebel smuggler, yesterday, were 

The Senate last night declined to art » °^^_^^ ^^^^^^^ secessionists here, which 
on the names of the 4.S Major and loi , ^^^^^ uniform in their statements that the 
Brigadier Generals nominated. The list (. ,p,.i,..^j^ ■^^-^ Illinois are clTeelive allies 
was returned to the President for rcvis- ^,f j^g* D^vis. 
on. 1 .Y .nicrrilla camp in Crawford county 

FROM KENTUCKY. \ -^'-^ °>'-^:^''. "I> "" ^'''''^''>'' ''•'' '^" ^■"' 

. ,, , ,. , rolled imlitia, 

.Speeial DiM-tcU to the .M. 1 an I re.s ^^^^^ ^^^,^^^^^ .^^^^^ 

3.t.XKi-OKi%K.bruar 12. SnrL.f..kl have been ordered to 

In the Legislature to-day the debate on « O"^ ..pim^i.eiu ua> 

, ,*=. „ . • .!,„ this citv, enro-at.j to ^ icksburg. 

Federal relations was resumed m the i ^ • . . 

House, before the Committee of the 
Whoh 



Mr. Fiuncl spoke f.rst. He denonn- ( — 

ced Chamber's minority report. He} 



OUR ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. 



HIGHLY IMPOHTANT NEV7S 

rr.o:i europe. 



CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. 

ealled It a siliv, reductive document. ; aVamiix.;ion, Feb. n. 

which leaned toward secession and re-} HofSK.-The House took up the naval 
hellion. He showed that its author^ and j SS;j-- '^;1|; -j::^:l,^'Zo::t 
p.arty never voted for a fot'ee to repci in- \ ^^^^^^^^ 

va.sion. He said, '* wliat if Idr. Lincoln's j ^,^^^ Honsc rejected :Mr. Calvert's prop- 
policy 'lid lead to freeing the slaves, did j ^sition to dismiss tlie 7(J midshipmen al- 
uot the policy ol JelV. l)a^is lead to the I l,.^r,.,l to have been uppointcl by the Sec- 
...!,,v..n.e„. or ir..^..r Ue U..0 .ai,l I re.,., of .,..^X;,v.,-, .on^rv^. uja,._ ^^^^ 
that if the issue was made between slave- ^.^^^^^^^.^^^ ;„ jj.J amendment that, here- 
ry and the Government he was lor the , ^«.^,^^ \,Wi\c the rebellion lasted, there 
'attcr and if Kcntn.kv v.e-.t into seces- | j.i,all be one ot the eleven addhi()n.al mid- 
'.ioa no sacrllieo of property could pre- i ^hipmen lor each (longressionul dntriei 
Moai^o ..acunec «» I 1 . ,,,.,'. j iu the loyal states le recomuiendod by 
vent Lim irom leavmg here. He di<i not ^^^^ ,„^.^,v,ers and deleg.ates of the House 
endorse the proclamation of ^Ir. Lincoln, ..^.^ in.,.^.,oIore, and such additionr.1 mid- 

hipmen for tiie nest class shall be ap- 



\ 



tx 



Kentucky Legislatm-c. 

xri E wr.VA'B'E. 



but he did not thuik or call him an usurp- 
er or tyr.ant. He opposed the address 
and resolutions ; especitdly as they co:i- 
taincd no sentiments of patriotism, and 



TRO^I WASHINGTON. 

.<i.t«'c!al Dispatch to the i«l. IVul Pro s. 
WAsir.V'iTos, r 



pointed on recommendation of members 
and delegates of the present Cop;t-css. 
The House, by a vote of 77 .against 44, 
, . , ,1 awrL...d to the 'amendment striking out. 
proposed a convention, to wuieh the i ^^ j., j.i.^j^„ „j- ^jj;- -,)ij {br the N 
' * . ' 1 ,- -J' *i- _i 1 :.. . ,:.... £i\ -Ji". <Mii 



'j. IC. 



•;r o ice, to:crii;wi';i I i.ioii I... .■'•-<-'>«^- , « . , i ,i,..t 

1 .• • . .•,:,.„'^,.„ I It miv b" doijnitely aunoiiuced, t!».,t 

conscr.-)rs, r.n I re i:i(iuish tueir o.iice.. i.. m-v -- ,-, t , 

totKv.i.j.., i ... /^ .. ij...t..- ...:!i ...-.I- ..I, tn AewOrluans, 



to iicrson.« r.ot ^:e,!•iec'. to fhwfi, tho.sf* 
conserr.^ts to bo assigned iinaieuialcly to 
$01.10 posItLii m t':e '.'.eld. 

M Tolctlo, Ohio, on the 7th. inst., 
a l:ir..,.* buiMin-: hnown r.? the Stcbbinr^ 
block was destroyed by ihe. I3r. 1>. -d. 
i5:-'"_'.--, L. I'v. Tultle, K. lla:nli:i, llieh- 
ar.i \Storktiian, and lie!v.y Smrlevant 
wer.! kiliea by th- I'alliTig ia ol a roof, 
wiiib; reniavii:g goo. is from a .«.to/e, .tnt'. 
a-id :i iinmber M ot'ners severely woundoi. 

Li eom')!:c.'.a'X' Y.-ith the reouc>t oi 



Gen. Butler will tiot go to iNew Orleans, 
unle.ss the plans now sai«l to be determm- 
...l on r.re chan-cd. H" himself, not 
longer ago t'n.a:t thi.s morning, stated that 
he is iir willing 1.) return, charged with 
the execution of certain v.-ork, while con- 
vinced that he has not and cannot l::\ve 
t!ie necessary force for that work. Xo 
«loubt exists of the Administration's de- 
sire lo .«cnd him ba-rc. 

SeerL't.arv Chase expresses great satis 



reeele fn u ili* ir action, as to :vgree with 
the Housr ..; i:.'pre.NCiitatives. in the pol- 
icy of sen.ling :.u a^le and inlluent 'al Co:n- 
missioner to Jiadison. Th.e cost will be 
bat triiling. while.if th."* mission is sueees.s- 
ful, the resiUs will prove of immense 

1 imtlel d.- r.ipe and took it olL 1 ^pe'• I ,^^,.j^.f,t ,o ,i„. state. 

there wa^ a horse at de other end ol it. .. ♦ »♦ » ♦ 



V>ut I only took de rope and ain't 'sponsi- 
bl.' for <]>' h )rs:'.'" 

Th-. /V-'iK'-''- h.is untied the rope of its 
loval adhesion to the Government. It 
wo:i't do now to loll the court that it otdy 
took t!; • rope an.l isn't responsible for the 
Disuni'- h :- • :it the other end ol it. 

It cann:)t daily pr'aeh the m.ijor and 
tha minor pre:uisses of treason witliout 
being ansv.-erabh: for tliC lo ;I.,al ertuiph- 
ment of th<? syllogisui. 

As for its antitholieid reprobation ol 
the do .fi-ines of Mr. Wendell rhillips— 
that is a matter which doesn'i eoun.rn us. 
Wh -I ab.jlition meant Disunion the 
llep-aMIran party opposetl it to the last. 
When tiie I'nion seemed possible without 
it, tie; Ib-teibliean p.irty opposed it, but 
when the' I'liioi oidy seeme.l jiossiltle 
through abolition, since abolition has co-ne 
totn'au, as it no.v means. Union, the lle- 
imbli.-an ii-irtv are, as a general thing, we 
trii.t. for It. • And if .Mr. Wendell IMnl- 
llps h.ippens to be lor it too, we certainh- 
shan't iV'iarrel with him as to why be is 

for it. 

♦■«♦■«♦ 

w»:«T i»oa\r .i.x» it* mki'EITj*. 

The Xew York 7V«i<o- publishes an in- 
teresting letter, from it- well known cor- 
respondent, •• A Veteran Observer," (F>. 
D. Manstield, of Ohio) on this subject. 
H,. maintains that West Point is in no 
wav iiilei-ior to the Kuropean military 
.- li. ,1, of Metz, or Woolwich, or the 
i'olV*. -ichni'i'ie, and that any change in the 
mannir of the appointment of cadets will 
mak • no material diilerenee in the t;ilents 
of 20 > voun.j men t.akea at random. He 
javs liiriher : 



Ax a' i.s passed Congress tinder 
whi.-h Gen. M 'igs will have to appoint 
on.:- 8-',.:»0 • a year eh*rk, thn^e .il. I'M' a 
year clerks, ninety .Sl,-3);» a year ehrks. 
and thirtv ••<1.' • > a ye.ir copyists. Tin- 
hunt :.fter ilu-e olliees h.is be^uii. and as 
u.sual the mijorify of the hunters an- 
mere politicia is. The opportunity, how- 
ever, is a -O.I I one lor beginning a m.w 
syst-sn. and the country hapi>eiis to have 
tliousau.ls ol deserving and competent 
men who hav.- earnetl a right to odiee by 
serving in the field. Ti..r.- an- thousands 
of worthy men who have been crippled 
for life, and v.'b.o are yet verj- competent 
for the diitic- of clerks. Vi'l.en Mieh men 
present them elves, their claims, all other 
things bcm;; i ipial, ought f o be preferred to 
these of p.^!I^'cian.■', who have never bci-n 
hi the army ; and we Iru-t G. i. Mei^'s 

will proiiu.tlv initiate this reform. 

_ — — - - » » ♦ » ♦ — 

TiiK qtiar -el between the English .ami 
French C:iu: dians waxes hot. The To- 
ronto 67(.'>.* .i.ters the lists with luMy will, 
and belabor the latter with mereih -s vio- 
lence. It s >vs, "Jonathan is thin-sklii- 
ncd,"' but \n has a perfect " rhinoceros 
hide" coiupired with Jean Batjliste. The 
latter ri'gaids himscll"— It sarei'-tieally 
continuer— "as the union of allti:e good, 
great, nobh rpialities which nature fjiar- 
Tnglv divided among the men of other na- 
tions, but concentrated alone in him. 
Other folks, like the little boy> of the 
nnrsery, are made of ' to.ads and snails, 
and puppy dog.' tail..:' but Jt-an Bap- 
tistc-like the little gir's-Is a mixture 



and h ippy rep:v. tee, keen wit a:ni eulii-g 
sarc.".sin, conimenti u-* to Cyrus AM : •.«. 
We even doubt If th'.* •hler Mr. VMI-T 
could have eiiu.alled him oa this occas.en. 

Fj:r.:> I'i>!-<ir..vs-;, ifh'ditl fail o:i Ms 
niotl'.-r's sill '. in beitv; a white uian, .-in 
and d.-es maV.e very shrewd observath'us. 
In his recent speech in New York, ri.1". r- 
rinc; to the constant disparagement of bis 
race, he s.^.1 :— "In one breath, the e..,i- 
perheadstcU you the, shave w.m't ii::: t. 
an.l in the next th.-y tell you th.at the oy.W 
eH'e t of the Pro.Limaticn is to make tiie 
shives c!it their m:\sters' throats, .and .slir 
up i:isurrc'to::s r.ll over the South. Ti <> 
sam.- men tell vouth.at the iie-'.*oes .-.re 
lazv ;iud ^ood for nothing, and in the \'<.\t 
breath th.-y t.-ll you that th'-y will all 
..■ome North and t:;ke the l.bor a'.-.'sy 
trom the hib.-.ring white mtnh.-.-e. In 
one breatii they tell yn*i that t!ie neg:-o 
.•an never learn the military art. and in 
the next they tell y..n tliat there is dan- 
ger that v.hitu men m.ay be outranked by 
coloreil men."' 

Sixei: the Copperhead Democrats won't 
help to suiipress the rebellion, the (lov- 
..rn'ment has resolved to Mipply their place 
with negroes. That, we take it. is the 
theory of \.\m negro soldier bill ; and ih.-re 
i.,'nt the le.a.st doubt that one nigiicr sub- 
stitute ii worth to the Union cause at 
least ten of the Copperhead skulkers and 
poltroons, who are down on their belii..*s, 
with their months in the dr.st, begging 

JelL Davis lor pe:i<e. 

- » » o ■ ♦ — 

That the piice oJ guM is altogether too 
high is iudiiated by the fact that our debt 
to Europe was i>roi..ably never smaller 
than it is »o»v. T!ic price has bei n -.•un 
up by speculation, hi whi -h the baiiks are 
partn.*rs, th.-o.igh their practi'-e of nia- 
loa:is o-.i goll. It is perfectly 
well mlder^tood that a great Union vii- 
torv or the liborati(Hi of souie hundreds 
oftho.isamU cf !|:des ol e..'.tnn. v iiill 
M-nd "old ilitwn with a c:-a»li. 

^ ■ - !.■»»♦ 

Wr. nn-.ler>tanil that a movemen*. is on 
foot .amoi!g t!ie negro barbers of this city, 
to e.*ccliHb- the /V'>;,'.-'vfro!n their stiV-on--. 
One reason, umon-^ others, is hta'.ed tobe, 
that several seiioiis cases of poisoning 
have o-ce.rred anioni; the patn-ns cl laese 
institutions iroiu nsiiis r:izors on seraps 
ol that traitorous sh'-et. 

. » » ♦ ■ * . — 



I.i com') :c.'.a'X' Y.-!t;i i.ie reiuioi. v.. - . • fl.,.ir.n;"l 

tha i;oK.s.^ cf ll-nresentativcs, another f.iction at the tnunroh of his .manci.d 

!:ii-g.o n*ass ..f docuin.^iits relative to Me.x- I jn^-jisurc. 

h-au ali'airs has b;cn eo:nmtmicat<'d to ,rj,^. fj-jonds ol Emancipation in ISIis- 

iliat bo iv. They will pro. .•/... eo .-r a Summer's amendificnt. 

thousand 'printed oct.ivr. p::ges. an.l lorni souu u„iu . . 

\ hi.^torv of events cr.m'icctcl with that | reducing the price of slaves. It will m 

UepubliV b^r t'"* List fix motiths. inclu !- \ j^j-e the prospects of the cause ol cman- 

ing the diplom i.*y of F:anee. Kn^dnml, j ^ ^.j^^tj^ji ;„ th-j State. 

.-ipi.in. tlie Ut.Ited Stat(.:s^ ;.itd ...K^-cp. | -i^.T^ovoirs review of the testimony 

l„ tl..e documents. t..e ^.ex.ca,^ ^...^^ ^^'^^^^^^ ^^^^^.^ ^^ ^^^^.^^. .^ ^^^^j^j^^j. 

It makes an octavo of 04 pagM. The re- 
ult. of course, exculpates hiiu from all 
the serious clutrges on which clamor was 
raised, and conscfiuently has done him 
■yome public service. 

Tl:e news of the attempted French mc- 



States iu rebellion were invited to send 
(lelogates. He opposed them also, be- 
cause they proposed an .armlstic-c. in 
c.^ucltL-Ioa he asked the reiiresentatives 
whether they were for tho IJovernment 
or not for it. Itwas'^is conviction thy.t 
the Governmeiit would yet triumph. 

Mr. Anderson, of Knos county, fol- 
lowed in a speech taking the same grounds 
as Mr. Finnell ; but opposed the report 
lurlher, because it proposed a convention 
of the States of the ills^Issippi Valley. 
whi.:h, in itself, looks towar.l a dissolu- 
tion of the Union, 

iMr. Burnham v.-ill spo.ak to-morrow. 
TiiC House was crowded during the 
debate, and many ladies were present, 
although the weather was very disagree- 
able and the streets muddy. 



te-, M. Pionu-rs. does not ne>:leet tn i-i- 
niiuU oar Government of the .la!i<.'er to 
ih* enti:-e American contiaeut. ir. Ii.j pos- 
sible event of French success iu jlexico. 

» « * ■ « 

tntpri«»:la,T frv>a-i C-fnoral Rosfcrans' 
.iruiv. 

Vv'e iiavo g.au.ying intelligence from 
the Army oi the Cnmberiand. The 
Nashvlllo I'.ii.n, of the 4t!i inst.. say.s 
gentlemen wiio left Murfrcesboro on tl.c 
;>u, represent tie .army as cnjoving excel- 
lent health a:-.l exuberant spirlLs. Gen. 
llosecraas has recjvered from his indis- 
position. Quite a nu;nber of interesting 
events had happened on the front during 
the week. The i'nion fay? : 

l.ast batur.lay, the olst nlf.. Kennett's 
cavalry, while scouting, came unexpeet- 
.-dlv on Wheeler's bil-jade of cav.alry 
wh'ilc the hitter were behiu" ]):iM o!!' .at 
liover. a littlo vlihf;e on the J^helbyvilU* 
.md Xolensville road, eighteen miles from 
tl;.- l,jrmer to.-.-ji. A brief han.j-to-h:'Tid 
s.abr.i li.Ltht ensued., v.-hi<-h terminated in 
the i.omnhte route of the rebels-, v.-h.o lcf> 
on t'le iiehl twelve kille.l. .about the snmp 



diation. causes loss surprise and agita- 
• ionth.an would h.ave been expected, in- 
asmuch as it h.a9 been, for a considerable 
7ieriod, regarded as only a (piestion oi 
time. The only fueling is that flu* govern- 
ment has only to decline the ofi'er, and 
that there the inatiar will rest. The fact 
th.at. only lliis morning, Mr. Seward .au- 
thorized dispatches, virtually donyin- 
Lsurh medhuiou, provokes considerable 
jinfavorabh* comment among those ac- 
.juainted with the course of diplomatists. 
They insist that the issue made by Mr. 
Seward with Count .Mercier is likely to 
hud to that iLiai>tcr's recall. 

The Senate voted to-night, to add 
twenty to the number of Major (Jenerals 



MISSOURI SENATORSHIP. 

•Special Dispatch to the baiiit fiiul rros«. 

j!;i-i-i.r.st.'X Cirv, Mo, iL-briiary IJ. 
An attempt will be made to revive the 
Senatorial election, early next week, by 
the pass.age of a joint re<:olution for an- 
other Convention. An effort will be 
made to harmonize on Judge Wells, of 
JeQerson Ciity, and John B. Henderson. 
The friends cf Emancipation are much 
depressed by the failure to elect. 

Gen. Loan's summary order has been 
practically suspended by an order from 
Gen. Curtis, directing that proceedings 
o! the trials of guerillas and spies, whose 
se:itcnce is more than o<) days' imprison- 
ment, are to be approved by him before 
the sentence is carried into effect. 



Y. >iavy Yard, an*' inserting $1,--M:J,C»<j«> 
for a iloating or sectional dry dock, ol 
sullieient size .and capacity tbr riiising any 
ol the vessels now built. The bill jiassed. 
On motion of Mr. Coh'"ax, the Second 
Auditor was directed to inform the Houm^ 
if .some plan c.'>nnot be devised by v.hi«-li 
thehundred dollais bounty can be paid 
nromptly to families of deceased soldiers, 
ieaviu!^ tiie arrears and pay alone, to bo 
settled by the pay rolH. 

The House tiien too'.< up private bill..*. 
Sr.N.vT::. — Mr. AVilson, ol M:is3.. from 
the committee onMilitary Atlairs, reported 
b.ack the bill to raise additional soldiers 
for th'* service, with the reoommendatio'i 
that it does not jiass, becau.se the author- 
ity intei-.ded to be granted is sufiijiently 
fri-anted in tlie a't, approved July, l^sGi'. 
This is the bill introduced by Mr. Suu.- 

ncr. 

Mr. Wilson, from the same committee, 
reported back the bill to withhold the pav 
of ofliccrs absent from duty. 

The resolution was called up to reviv<- 
the act to secure to men actually emplov - 
ed in the Department of the West an.l 
Missouri tbeir pay. bounty and pensions. 
Passed. 

Mr. Clark called up the joint resolution 
authorizins the Secretary of the Treasu- 
ry to pay Perry E. Brocchus his salary as 
•fudce of the Supreme Court ol the United 
States for the Territory of New Mexico. 
Passed. 

^Ir. Sumner called up the bill to pre- 
vent correspondence with the rebel-. 
Pasfcd. 

Mr. Fessenden called up the bill to 
provide for ways and means to support 
the Government. 

An amendment w.as adopted, making 
the interest on notes authorized by th.- 
bill, and certilicatcs of indebtedness her<- 
aftcr issued, payable in lawful money in- 
stead of coin ; also, an amendment redue- 
in" the notes to be issued to one hundred 
and fifty millions instead ol three hundn-d 
millions, including the amount Issued by 
the resolution of January 17th, l.SO:L 
The section allowing coupons on bond-. 



FROM ILLINOIS. 

Spi'clil Dispatch to the !st. Taul Prc^s. 

.-^I'KIXiil IKLO, F'b. li. 

Tie ueace. and armistice resolutions - - «-.,', 

XLC pcan. »"' l^j^j „„^pj- ^(j [,e received for custom 

passed the House this mornmg, by a vote ^^.^^^ ^^_^^.^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^j.^^.^. j^^.^ ^^.^^, 

ofoi to 2S. It is con>Idered doubtful 



on t le iiehl twelve kille.l. about rue ^am^ ' " • , - .... i,_- ,,,,1:.,- (ienerils 

ivjmbir of wounded, and three hundred | authorized, :ina ^^^^^'-^'^^'^X'^'^r 
. . . * f * , , . ^ 1 :.. .1.1. .1,^1 i...tiifr* I .iiair- 



m 



)tr;-o;urs in our iiami-. A few of on*. 
sol.'.i'ji-s were wouuded, but we did not 
lose, a man. tx ■ • 

<>n the same dav Gen. Jell'. ('. Davis 
divi.M m ent.-red .Mielbyvllie. A fight or 
■,kl:-iiii«;i occurred, but o'lr inform.ant had 
h.-'ard no particular-'. There were but 
few rebels there. 

Last Tl ursihay, the 20th nit., one hun- 
dred conset-i;it .sol. hers came into Mur- 
i're>-s')oro, and volntitaiily surrendered* 
theniselve.i. lieelarin-,' their attachment to 
the Union, n-'i lesting tlie privileg.-. ol 
t:ikii)',' the o:itb.. Tht-y all live betwee:*. 
Nasliv iile and Murfree.-iboro. On Friday, 
the :'. "th nit., two hundred more followed 
their example. 

They s.iv tliat thousands of Bragg s ^re 10 ui: "«-...v.^.. . 

army would L-:'j. at the oi)pcrtiinity oi f,iavery .«h:iil be abortshed before July. 
l.duV' the same tiiiiirr. The Tenues^oan.s '.,._.• .r, i...„.t_. :.. fl... nfr.rre.'.ate. n.jt 



It was admitted in debate, by the Chair 
man of the Military Committe, that twelve 
of the present Major Generals, and thirty 
Briuadler Generals an* out of service. 

A Frenchni::n named Duinas is said to 
go'o.K*e a fortnight to the Rebel St.atcs, 
with dispatches from M. Mercier to his 

Consuls. 

.s-A,co.v/> j)ifir.ircn. 
The Missouri Emancipation bill passed 
tlu' Senate to-d.ay. by four imajoriiy. The 
i.Ul i.rovides that Mis.souri shall p.a5S an 
eniaii. ip.ation act witliia twelve months, 
when .«i20,tiOO,000 of four per cent, bonds 
are to be tlellvered to the State ; provided 



aie nearly .all h-artily disj^isted with th 
rebelii'jn'. and .letest' Bra.::g as a tyrant 
and a brute. He will, in all probability, 
l.e shot bv his own soldiers iu liis next 
battle, .as it i> un ler.stcod tl-at a nundr.'r 
of the soldiers h.ave plcdired themselvrs 
to put him out of the w. y on the iu>t 
oeeasion. 

Briji- Is believed to be pre])aring to 



].S7f. : said bonds, in the .aggregate, n.jt 
to exceed two hundictl dollars for each 
slave: .and the bonds not to exceed 610.- 
•J'Xi.f^OO tude^s the hiws of Missouri shall 
provide for the full manutnlision of all 
.slaves therei:i, before July, l^o-J. and the 
future exclusion of shivery forever. 

The old feud between t'ac East and 



ISriji:; iS Ueiieveu to oe prei>aiiii^ t.. 'J;],.,> old feud lietwecn lae J.a.si iniu 

cross lire Tennessco river as soon as ]iO.=- | ^^^^.^y^,^. ^^^^o out again to-day in the 
si'd«*. j _^' 



I a. .,•:!. i.H.. flat West I'oiiit.a-^au h.siitu- j, .„,.,„- and spicc, and cverythinj 
uou. -.(.ov.I.n.- h.-ia responsiblo for tl... r.>tM.l om- Ol sii^ar anu -1 

. . ... _- 1. .:ni,n,a »li<>r.> aro. at this 



c,'ri'i:.-uluVt-d thir.'. Tt .*Pcm« th<*r.» aro, at thi.s 
time a Vxry ..umb.-r of loval offi.-ers l->ru in t.ie 
.South, au.f gr.iduat.*i of \^.*st foint. Is it r.*a- 
souabl." to sdupo*.' that West Point, or ^ ale (.ol- 
kge. or auj iuilituUon could cbangi.' our common 



ulce." "° Tie Cdobe dilates in the same 
wav at a column's length, contending 
tlwre is no us.- in trying to be on good 



Thr !*trrn;rtl»of III*' -Vlpxitan Arniy. 

A Mexican correspond! nt of San i'ran- 
ciseo jiaper write : 

"The Mexican army is some 40.0' -0 
men strong, and well pro-^ided wilh rrtil- 
iL-rv, .and iletermincd to deleiid every imh 
ol their soil. The people are unite I ;'S 
never thev were belore— all ))olUics arc 
!ai.la.->ii!eforthc onegraml pun)..r*e. to 
defend the .-...■ .iry, .an.l the gre:ite-t .sae- 
riheesavc v.iuhtgly submitted to. Lon- 
..-. -~ .-u.-tahis the President in ail lus ac- 
iioiH. Wom<*:i and childivn, even, .-on- 
contribnte to help the |,:-os.-cution of t';.' 
war, and large sums of money :irnve for 
t e same purpose, from nearly .all pans 
of the globe. The few tniitors that h:ive 
joiu.d the Fren.-h arc not worthy the 
n.ameofMexicanf. 'Mar.iups and Lo.'.:i- 
da are men of no character, they are ns- 
sa.-.sins and robbers, andhave .-ilwavs been 
enemies to their country. Th<' war in 
fact, is immensely popular, and no pe.a-:t 
will be made until the French leave Mex- 
ico.'* 



|lf\v gitlvctti.$cmcut.ss. 

n<>.ME.STEAD " FOIL SALE 
CHEAP FOi; C.VSIL 

V vnlua'de p'.ice witliin t'"** rity limits, contali- 
\ai !iu a?lO an.l an .-iL-htli of ifiouml, .-.iii'-.t (tojxl 
c iltiNr.tior., with Iriii ii- «s a-..a >liniW..'ry, ami a 
ir» td h.JM-, b:irii,vv..!l, &<•., inr ^Mlo jor ^ .,000. 

I tr Ivtlf :'M aon« of tlio (,':i)U.iil. fur *1;""». 

!•» Cl-.' r.o snli» is utadc. the plici- vvi.l be ^ivon 
ousi.,-..uitv f..r fsoe, loan.-.', on si.x or t-.v-.w- 
tni>nili'af:il!b.>ralnu.....| .nur..st. 1 -.i.-t.i.'r 11.- 
f..rmnt:oi. cm !■.* had ui«>a cu.iulry at tho Pn'si 

o:li»'. JAM-xr 

.S B \ L L . 



Xji I K E il K N 

THR FIRK DUrAKTMr.NT ASbOClATION 
of .St. Paul, will give thilr 

SSeconcl Aiiniml BalU 

o^t rrcsD.iY jr.r.yiMJ, i\iru<ini \:th, at 
^[OZART HALL 

s 

yi.ooi: .M.vxAur.r.s: 
P..Vrf Ipv, .tan. Kinp, 



House. 

Mr. Washburn, of Illinois, moved, in- 

asmucli as Eastern nien had refused to 
vote for the Illinois Ship Canal, as a 
means ol defense for the Northwe>f, t'.iat 
the appropriation of .S'^W,000 for fortil^- 
cations in thcEast, be stricken out. Sev- 
end of the Eastern nierabers at this, be- 
camo quite rabid. 

The passage of Senator Sherman's bank 
bill to-d.ay by three nnijority. was not 
nltogether unexpected in the Senate. It 
i, elaimcd to have a much larger majority 
in the House. It would h.ave bad but 
otie majority in the Senate, had not Sen- 
ator Howard, who made a .speech against 
it yrsterday, voted for it to-day. 
"' i The President to-d.ay issued orders for 
j General Grant to .accept the services of 



whether they will i-nss the Senate. 
.Some of the old heails of the democratic 
party begin to dread putting themselves 
on the record on the peace resolution. 
They think that if peace is to be m.ade, it 
eati'only be done by an acknowledgment 
of the Southern Confederacy, and that, 
therefore. President Lincoln had better 
pull his own chestnuts out of the fire. 

PROM lO'WA. 

.Special Di.spatch to tlie .St. Paul Press. 

Dhs MoiXKs, Feb. 12. 

Infojmatlou has been received here, 
wihch lejids to the belief that a systematic 
movement is' on foot, by .speculative job- 
bers in north-western Iowa, western Ne- 
braska, and Dakota, to manufacture .such 
a panic in nlatioti to the alleged apjire- 
bendcd Indian raids, as will send ahe.avy 
military force to those localities at the 
earliest possible period. They have been 
atlempting to manipulate the miiltarv 
commamlant of the north-west, to thei;- 
purposes, but it is hoped, without av:iil. 

FROM OHIO. 

.Special Dispatch to th> S^aint Paul Pros*. 

Coi-UMitCS. Februery \2. 

Important resolutions were olFered in 
the House to.d.ay. condemning the aboli- 
tion policy of the Administration. Thi-y 
were promptly tabled by a decided ma- 
jority. 

In the Sen.atc nothing of hnportancc 

w;u5 done. 



r\ ' ««,. U»'-l» Tcnncsscans as might be ollered, 

T.. n. KDDV.ChainannCoin.of Arnuigeiuont,. | ^^^ ^^^^ ^^j,^,,.,^;,,, ^f Uie guerrilk war- 



t.eo. W. Dart, 
P. « I'Urieii. 
If Vlujic by Waffner'i Band. 



.1. I'a^jseiimiller, 
F. Tlu-obaH. 



lare in that State. 



WAsiiisaT<»>', Fcli. 13 



FROM CAIRO. 

Special Dispatch to tl)'-> .S-^int Paul Pre?». 

('AIl'.i», Feb.l:. 

A citizen of Missouri, n.amed Grigsby, 
who resides about twelve miles from here 
in the country, and who has acted as 
guide to our troops iu the Southern part 
of the State, was atta-.*ked. together with 
his family, at his house last Tuesday, and 
his son kilKnl by gurrrillas. During the 
light one rebel was killed. After mur- 
dering (he young man. they .started clT 
followed bv Grigsby and a lew neighbors. 
Another encounter ensued, in which one 
of the erieniv was wounded, and they 
retreated. Grigsby returned and tent 
to General Tuttlc jesterdaylor a force 
to protect his famdy ami property from 
the attacks of these marauders 

The rams Lioness and Lancaster arriv- 
ved from the fleet this morning, but their 
news has been atitiuipated. They brought 



f.bS-t.l 



j The rebel report of a disalTection ia ! up a number of coaUargcs 



stricken out. 

Mr. Clark moved to amend the pro- 
posed tax of two per cent, on the circula- 
tion of the banks, so as to make it on • 
per cent. Ibr two years and two per cent, 
after that. 

Mr. Harris said he could vote for n.« 
such amendment, as he deemed ic a di*cU- 
ration of war against the banks. It wai 
a notice to them that they must wind t*;> 
their aflairs in two years. The ban' -. 
h.ad nobly supported the Government, 
and he would not vote to destroy then.. 
Mr. Clark said he ofTcred the amen.l- 
mPiit to relieve, not to destroy them 
If tlie scheme passed yesterday was !«> 
go into eliect that cireuhition must taks- 
the pLaec of bank circulation. ^He was 
ready to sacrilice anything to save the 
Government. 

Mr. Fessenden said the .Senator from 
Xcw York was willing yestenhiy to vot.- 
for the 'oank bill, to aid' the Governmeni . 
but now he was not wiiling that the lull 
.«.hould po into operation. Tiie very es- 
sence of the bill ])as.scd yesterday, was f> 
introduce a new circulation to take t'.-r 
place of bank circulation, but if the b.anks 
were to ftill go on issuing .all the notes 
they pleased, it would render the m-w 
plan a nullity. This tax wa.s^ .leslgned as 
a pressure oa the banks to induce tiui:. 
to come under the new arrangement, ati 1 
help make a unilbriu currency all ov> i- 
th<* country. 

?.lr. Harris contended that he had ."up 
ported the new Banking bill as a voln-.- 
tary scheme. v.-hich the banks would re- 
ceive, and not as a measure to externn- 
nate and make war on the .State Banks. 

Mr. Chandler s.aid. the question wa-, 
whether we should support the Govern - 
meat, or protect these State Bai ks a! 
all hazards. What woi:ld the banks I <• 
worth if the Government went dowt-.' 
Thevwouhl be worth notliing. Thi.Hipu-s- 
tion'v.-as of far greater Importance, their, 
than banks. 

Mr. II:irr;s was willing to tax the bat:!-, s 
as heavily as they could bear, But not t > 
extin|ui^ht^em. 

Mr. Powell declared that there wa* a 
.scheme to destroy legal banks, and sl..-- 
stilute a worthless currency, founded on 
depreciated bonds, lie sai.l the policy 
of the Secretary of the Treasury had be* n 
wrong, and ruinous from the first, and ii 
he could not carry on the Treasury Ii- 
ought to resign and not liood the countrj 
with trash never redeemable in coin. 

Mr. Fessenden said the gentleman fro:. 1 
Kentucky had very peculiar vi»-ws abo.-t 
carrying oa the war. He said he wrt- 
loy.al. .aii'l wanted to preserve the whole 
country, but would do nothing to pi.r 
down the rebellioa. He would not tlun 
go on. though he said it was all wroP! , 
he would do nothing to stop them, jet Lu 
was a loyal man. 

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WKATIIKK-iil'N'flNU— CAPTAJN UlK K- 
W(»<»U'.> < OMl'AN I — I'KKPAKA T 1 O N S 
Koii A M'KI.NU <;aM1'A1GN— INUlANti 
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*<». ..f >HiM.O>THW»T. A..U.. i-iff-^-'iVl^r^Vr'"'-' '''°"»J ''^-^rt to bis children by her. To | TJNDEIlTAKKirs C.VRD. 
Kil^LYifK \"A\':/rKY'''AND^ YiPe An intcrc.ting trial took place in Phil- I'" /^""S^'^" ^'»:«""*' »''»'^'>- ^°'-" '^ '"■"' | Vh. undorsi,..., woul.1 ro.po.«-aU, 



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S'<l^:ti<•■l. 

S :..■.•.>" ;\i .!i:;;:', m ;'. ri'cont sjicediin 
'.'i • S . ■ wri-Iy frit icjseil the course 

i>t t!u' Xi'.\ Vi-rk 'f.-i'-unc, in concctlin 
t'-.e it;';iri :i; ! 1.: vi sfot'.'sion. at tin- 
'■ '• -!i<:iic::;<:!r nftlu' Soutlioru lleliflllon 
- !. Ill til - Tribune of the 7t!i, Mr. 
;-: tiii.-! on'c" more, defines 
n. .Mccr reciting at lenctli tlie 
;'tcr;inrcs ?.\\k\ uetioa ol' the 
- :•-, 1 on IT .iTul out ol power a^ 
, I.e takes ;\ look into the tiiture. 
i^ V. li.ii, t'lc irotfhctv Horace 

' ■, I a: '. nil-: of tint snull, 

.i-uij; i!ii-» •! K»*i>.i>j!icati< wlio 

■> i>i' iHi'. XV i> (i:t\. hail :ih>ou! 

:ii' t'lf Si«;uli.Tli i:t>b-N in our 

.'- : - I n l»eiliO:-r;itj« in <>iir rear. 

- :iu' ut tlu" .Us|>v>.iul i>f till- 

> ■ i^-'"'!'! rillv i<'itiii>r<-ii nil 

■ I iiititi : i>'it \M> i!o not 

. iT.>tr.ii'tt'-l uiil.>,« t!if 

■'■lip 1; .il to a)niiuU>ii 

Ic I £r,:i*or,. Whil.' it 

.■;i.>iis witliiirf robuki' 

. 'i^ ATtlic'.". •h'» i!i.sli>va'it\ , 

'■ iti.mJ' — '.vhiU' it I'o-'s 

^ ' :iu- I' •r.KKT.itif i!-k<'t. 

■ iirri'stt'.!, till.' war tax's 

. ri'Tiev r'*«torfil to soUeiicv 

; . 'ti-ti'l :Iiaf t!ii nio-'t 

:. ;>ui.ilioaa» will bo p;a 

■ ' ' '-iir Wat. ^ MX !.n the 
. - : ■;:.». Ih r.xolv.' that tlie 

! li i!> last ciiib-'r 

'i >• h:ir>> thi- m>Mi 

:: !;^ »t t!it'rtl>"!«ont of inu- 

Hu'.f h't U \<> i.'>'iic'rallv 

, .T\i<\ u -r tin* K-'hoi ^i.iiti'.f 

ii'Uti/ v-lliipti ;;ri or frankly give 
«•>• »-.m h.nv iii.'ii ami liioin'v 
• nrt)-;>'t': ot' T'fi.r tMhiinjT wir 

\ till* f'lf l>.'>n>orratic 
: ' Ti!«' .Muii'ry in ttii< cri- 

■ th- jti.«t r»-^n'onsi!iilitv of 
r.-iiif. I l«.-iif\.' tli^o.ily 

'CI' is toi>oa»t;»iii.\i tljroiisJi iui- 

■. ;UI<1 rilll VVftyf il (ijflitlnii. !in<l 

■■-oiiroi- art> fully ail.'.iuait' to 

i iuti'ii.l tv> ■J'aii.l iiy tlit- nation- 

.- • -h.ill wave; b::'t patiioti!>in 

. ' Ih'mfTitti: /.'.;. At.< must 

— nusi ijii'r' o pmii'.pt iif'l 
ll\:r /.I? the f'niivf — >r thf 

X'. Siiotj i- my iiiuloubt- 

1 ■ i"nii»riffiK\v i* >-'.icU t!mt it 

-■a 1*1 .ftppri'ss ir. Iftlu-y 

:ii tlii-ir tactions ronr<f, tlii' 

- > bi'lifviii;;. I »|>>iil( out, 
.'.s • tjnianv fri-ml'. I nmyt-rr 
r t;«» ii.itia-i i< not dxinifof yoi;r 

■ •■ ■'i' .-ionifliins va»:lv riMri> 

• :n :iii.i wiii.--pr>'a.l' "I.foo- 

..) rtii- trying tiiur anione 

'' ■ lovil to til'' (ioveriinuMit 

I • '.'.\--\ nny ;»• cnnveriodauJ 

' : .- r ; .-'. ent Jcjire of 

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ci:»;fr uf Capita] in England. 

^ to a statement in the Lon- 

. o:u' It'.inilruil anil ninety-one 

r2>rises,inLluiIinjj new com- 

• a i luw loans, wt-re introduced 

-h money m.irket durinfr 

Tilt} aggregate sum ol 

'.;'.:.• I 'I'.iinally invested iu these 

;vs v., .i:;":\iilG,80l>— or about 

■ • " ■■» I'orty-seven niiliions ol 

. •' tlie ."iolicnicj, liowever, 

■ !!:ten.ineo ; others died 

•• ■■1 1 r w.int of sustenance, 

nil i a ct.)ti.-«i i ra'.de number were wit!i- 

tlnwn ahugit'i.er Iromthe market, for the 

'^ :: ;■ :iss -n that tlu-y were found to be 

•'' ■ • ■ ■• ^^ itli all these deductions, 

■^ •. i: .- noted, as a remarkable fca- 

1.11 m i.tl 'oiisincss of tiie year, 

' - i' rofni-w companies which 

wTc .i::: ; ti. the oilicial li.s: of the 

I- ■ • ■'' ' ^ i'-xchange was much larger 

la-t ye \r t!a i ior rainy years |>ast. Ilail- 

..•■\. ■..tn:.!--;,' ari'l i*it:ing enterprises 

'.■...- • rr o If 1 i \ nearly every part of the 

■ - '■• '■ '' I • Xews observes that "it 

"' ' '.' said that England has sown 

!0:i(ic::st." Thi^ fact taken in 

'vitli the admission ot the Lon- 

.!':it the revenue of the year 

. 'y eliected by the stoppage 

un .-;;pply. shows that England 

:i • :!o i:i;;t..'rial cause for intervention in 

■ ■■■■■. :ui 1 that the southern rebels 

du tiiit hold .Joh!i Bull under their thumb. 

Soiue of tlie particulars given in the 

i':;Y7 .Vf. -v'stati.-tiL's are curious. For 

■i- ■ .1 ■ .;i;:al of £.itJ»J,(JOO was put 

'-.' ' '■ • I .'•■ rated liread Company in 

i. iiulua, and a similar .".mount for the 

•' ; >■ : V, (■ ,...;> i.;y ;•' ^],;i,. £,;v ooo was 

^ -il'ita! of tho CapeofGood 

-■ ■ ■ i' ; : r i;,:i ( \.:nn;iny, and £l»)(),U<X> 
■ > 'ixciiland Company. IJalfa 

J •■ ' ;ui;:i Is was tlic sum set down for a 
:.!■ (4 '* llivcr Navigation"' for India 
;•.:■ I • !:.:.i. n-A a njiiiion for a "South 
--.ivigation Company," and a 
' . :;ria:iy wit'i tl:c nnpronouncea- 

' •• ■-■'•■' '■* Vndananmlana was to be 
ftart 1 %■■: 'a .1 Ir.iiidred and thirty-five 
thou.sand ponnd.s. The foreign loans, 
mn-t nr-.v]ii,ii liave been negotiated, com- 
!•'■/•"•■' V. Idelr-s.'paratoii countries as 
'■' .;. iialy, Veiiezul;>. .Switzerhmd, 
• ' I'urtiigal, Africa, Turkey and Mo- 
r.je<». 

i:'4>r4onal Hhvrty at t^p f»oiith. 

'!;.'■ X>;r(h Carolina Legislature has 

p.v rd n soliitioii.s denying to Jclf. Davis 

the pyn\r to suspend the writ of habeas 

corpus-. The Kaleigh Slate Joimial is 

v( r. letter oil t!ir' I^egislature for this act, 

and in the course of its comments lets out 

t'jc .olloaing: 

<- j,i t}r- '-mw fhnf out of tho wholo number 
'■ Ti • •: «M§* !-< - t«-o ortlir.- »v.i.ki aeo. ouly 
•■ ■•■ M-in.'^^ .1 ;!'o:it tlir.M hiuKiroi!, could !».• 
!> trid wJii<*^i.- willing to tak>- thi- natli of allppi- 
un'-' to t.'K" (;ov<',r<infiir of the .>^oiithfrn ronft^d- 
. -' ■ t t'iiia is a fact tliat cannot bu truthfully 

Ti;.' J.ivrnal charges the Legislature 
.Tn.l the Xcrth Carolina conservatives, 
v.-ith .1 diliber.atc purpose to create a 



Co.-ri'spondcnc»» of tho St. r«ul Trpts. 

Chiim'Kwa .Station, Keb. «, ISM. 
Since I wrote you last, 1 have been to 
Fort Abercrombie, «nd have consei|uent- 
ly made a trip acri sa those prairies of 
Minnesota, which iirc sometimes sup- 
posed to be almost impassable in mid- 
winter. I will admit, tliat in some rc- 
sj)ects, I have mysell been slightly scepti- 
< al as to the beauties and other desirable 
([u.-ilities ol those mi re northern regions 
of our State, which the indefatigable 
Wheelock and the enthusiastic' Taylor 
h.ave almost made classical; but I must 
say, that after secinj; them, even under 
the most unfavorable circumstances, I 
must conie down. A more beautiful and 
picturesijue country ihan that along the 
liighway from .St. Cloud to Red River, I 
have never seen ; and, although tho weath- 
er for a month past has been cold, it has 
never been so severe as to prevent regu- 
lar out door duties, and the immense 
GoTemment trains, which make regular 
trips between Alexai dria and the Fort, 
rarely lose a day in making their time. 
The nuil sleigh is aho as regular in its 
weekly visits to the Fort as could be de- 
sired. By the way, ^peaking of the cli- 
mate of this part of Minnesota, I have 
accumulatetl many facts to prove (what 
is often denied.) tha: the winters of this 
latitude are no objection to the dense set- 
tlement of the State, only one of which 
I have leisure to alliule to at this time. 
During the Indian ra d, last summer, all 
the settlers along thi.-* road were compel- 
led to leave for safer localities, and being 
unable to drive away all their cattle, they 
were lef"t behind, mosc of which were cap- 
tured Iiy the Indians when they returned 
from their work of d-.'solation in burning 
t!ie property and killiig such of the set- 
tlers as were unable to escape. A few 
cattle and hogs, however, were overlook- 
ed or lost by the Indians, and thev have 
ever siuce been roaming at large in the 
woods, within twelve or fifteen miles of 
this post. Hunters have occasionally 
st'cn them, but they h»ve become so wih'l 
that il is almost impovsible to get within 
gunshot of them. Last week, a party of 
the good shots of company K determined 
to have a hunt, and therefore started af- 
ter some of this ifi7'/{.ame. About twelve 
miles from here, they uanaged to capture 
a porker, bntasptend d wilj cow escaped 
them. The hog. however, was large, fat 
and good — which fact will be verified bv 
any of our bo>s who bad the pleasure of 
digesting the same. It is utterly impos- 
sible lor these hogs a id cattle to secure 
any thing to sustain life, except what is 
picked up in the wilderness; and if anv 
one thinks the cold ictather up here has 
.any deleterious influence on live stock, 
let him try to catch or e of these bovine or 
j'orcine animals that l>ro%vse and root in 
^o tantalizing a man ler around here — 
that's all. 

The larger part of ( 'aptain Rockwood's 
company is now statii ned at Alex.indria, 
where tlie men are preparing quarters 
and building stables fur the accommoda- 
tion of the whole company, and which 
are now nearly ready Captain McLar- 
ty's C, of the Eighth Jtegiment, is on the 
way to this post, from Fort Riplev. 
When \i arives, the detachment ot Coiii- 
p.iny K. now here, under command of 
Lieut. Salter, will joia the main portion 
of the Company, at Alexandria. We 
hear it rumored that ir has been decided 
to make a cavalry body of Company K, 
(wfiich we consider good news, if true,) 
and that a requisition has been made lor 
Bullard's breech loading carbine, said to 
bo the best breech-loading cavalry fire- 
arm in use. and the other essentials lor 
transforinin^a foot soldier into a dragoon. 
We anxiously await the necessary ac- 
<<nitrenients, that we may soon become 
in cavalry, wh.at we were' rapidly becom- 
ing in infantry — an cfEcient and well 
drilled company. 

Vast preparations are being made for 
an Indian campaign, as soon as the 
weather permits, in the spring. About 
thirty six-mule teams are transferring the 
immense military stor .-s from Alexandria 
to Fort Abercrombie. which is to be one 
of the bases ol operati ms, and which will 
soon be so far complet.'d, as to be able to 
witlistand an attack frciu all the combined 
Indian forces of the west. We are glad 
to see that (Jen. Sibley is rendering assu- 
rance doubly sure in guarding against In- 
dian surprises, by placing more troopg 
along this route. Signs of the presence 
of Indians within short distances of the 
military post.-* have bien discovcre«l, not 
only by expeticneed men in our own com- 
pany, but by trappers at Pomme de Terre, 
with whom I conversed. Mr. Tarbell, 
(Jovernment Messenger, also saw, yes- 
terday, a lot of Indians near Pelican Lake. 
There i.s, of course, no immediate danger 
of attack, but if the men can be spared, 
it would seem desira ile to have them 
where they could be used if the necessity 
demanded their services. E. R. 
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adelphia. last week, in the Si'preme 
Court of Pennsylvania at AV.vi Vrins, be- 
fore Chief Justice Lowrie. The parties 
were Wm. II. Hodgson r*. U. S. Jklar- 
shal Milward, and the cause of action 
was the suppression, by the latter, of the 
West Chester Jejj'crsonian, in August, 
ISGI. Damages were laid .at !j;:.'0,000. The 
seizure was made by the Marshal, in piir- 
suancx> to the following order of the U. 
S. District Attorney : 

F.astfrn Diftrict nf Vciinfylrnni-x —To Win. 
St il ward Marshal:— .\VrordiiiK •»• t''^ iirovision.s 
of the net of Aujfu.^t Ctli, ItHil, 1 ln'r«»>v n'.jm-.Mt 
you to »cize upon all copi«^» of " I'hf Jxjjiriouitin' 
neM!<|mp4-r, publi.^hcd in the liurouf;li of >Vc«t 
Chester, t he»tcr county, I'l-im.tylvunia, a< wi-11 a.i 
all property of i-vory kind wlmt-ioi-vi-r U!<>-<1 iu and 
about the publication of iiaidui-w.s)uip<>r, that niav 
Im found In your iNilliwick. tor coniiscalion anil 
condcinnatiuii, aocordini; to law, I Uing aiitJior- 
Ued bv tlie i'r>-.oid>Mit ot th- I nil'U ^tau-si. 
«il-X). A. (UKFKV, L°iiit(>UStatf« Atturuov. 

rhiladi'lpliia, Aug. .M, \t-(>\. 

After the seizure had been matle, the 
U. S. Attorney filed a bill in the Circuit 
Court asking the condemnation ol the 
propertv on the ground that it had been 
used in aid of the rebellion, but this pro- 
ceeding was afterwards abandoned. 

Chief Justice Lowrie's charge to the ju- i lican candidates for .State officers: For 
ry was a calm and carefully jirepared doc- I governor, Joseph A. Gilmore; railroad 
ument. We have room for but one ex- commissioner, Joseph II. BulFum ; mem- 
tract, where he speaks of the measure of I bers of Congress, first district, Joel East- 
damages to be awarded : | man ; S. coiid, E.l. II. Rollins ; Third, 

For the legal wronfr, roin]K>n>ntlon l.< tho nieas- ' .Limes AV Patterso-i 
un'ofri-drvs^.Korlluuioral ivron)f,thcreckle!.»ins ' ,, ' 

of ih.' act, tii<> personal iiiaiuv «itii whivh it was ' — The following is a corrcct table of 

done , th« violence and outrage aiti-iidiiii; it, for i- . , ? . 

thiavou are uuihorized to allow exeini I iry dam- distanccs to and Iroiii important points on 

a);es, (iuch .Id are rea.Honable uiid'T all the c'iri' 



poctfall7 annonrtrn 

s 

therelore .,ay to the citi/ons of .Minneapo- 



hi ., • .1.. , •■ , I «u . /.,"•." "•"•'"■ ■'•.«neiT»4ju>f anno;;:!'.' 

e bequeathed $o»X) per annum until she ■ ^"=»' after th.' «olintatioii of nmnv frh-n^K, he ll;.^ 

reaches her fifteenth year. i i:il!!:^'ii:''-':^^':i'-'«:'. '".""•-'""-' •>-""-■ «'» 

— Emma Livry, the danseusc, who was 
burned during a rehersal at the grand op- 
era in Paris recently, was at the point cf 



.■• and VICIIIItV. that he Will be Iiren-ired in futute ^ i r. »c . 

to furiii.li t oiliiis of Walnut . .Me.ii c ' th • '.: "" *""' ""**'" -^f «"''''-'^' 

^n-d and Con.n.on, and all tl.il,L^s n.,p\,>ed in ut """='■• ' ^"•"' *'" ™° »' 

UinlertakerV hue. llaviii.T h.Ki M-veral vear.iex- L.^v. .-t. Arrivo at 



CAINT PAUL & PACIFIC 
RAILROAD. 

WIXTE il A li K AXGEMEXTS. 

Dcwmber lit, 18f)2, pas- 
as follows : 



iierieiice in the above ba.siuesM in l-",a«terii citi" v 

, he feeN competent in olferins: his services to take 

ueatli at the last accounts. .She had on ">•• entire clmrp- of Funerals, aad would noI' -it 

a •hare ol the patronage, 



fifteen peticoats, and taking fire from the 
f«)Ot lights, they made a column of fire 
fifteen feet liigh. She ran shrieking about 
the stage, all avoiding her, until a fireman 
threw her down and extinguished the 
fl.ame«. 

— Tlic Portsmouth (X. II.) Chronirle 
is responsible for the following' storv : 
An aged and respectable citizen of Can- 
terbnr}- died last week. The day before 
his death \w made all the nocess.arv 
.irrangements for his funeral, .selecting 
the clergyman, the pall bearers, and the 
director of the ceremonies, and after 
enumerating them exclaimed : '* And thev 
are all Democrats too; that's somethiu"-." 

— The annual election in New Ham])- 
shire takes jil.iee on the second Tuesday 
in March. The following are the Repub- 



MliinPRpolis. Nov. f.f'i. 



G. F. AVAItNEJt. 

novll 



J^EATHER AND FINDINGS, 

bAl)DLi;RV, lIAKHWAltn AND TOOLS. 



KESSLEK &; RIEIXL. 

TANNERS AXD CCUniERS, 

Keep ooDstAntly on hand the largest and most 
complete stock of 

LEATIIEUand FIXDIXCS, SADDLEUY 
KAKUWAKE and TOOLS, 

LF.ATUKR KKI.TINd, KXA'HIU.KO 

Cf,(»THS ASM LKATltl-i;, ^e., &(..^ fee. 

All of which tli«>y are now otP'rinj; at prices to 
Bult tlietime.s, 

PAnTicin.Ait ATTr.NTtoN tal'^ to ORUEKS. 
«^Ca.«ih paid for 11 ides and Kuri>..e!V 



at Leave Arrive at 

I'aul. St. Anthony. St. Anthony, fit.. Paul. 

S..;OA.M. il.lSA. M. ».45A. M. 10.30 A.M. 
:t.00r. M. 3.1a P.M. 4.15 1'. M. 5.00 r.M. 
W3I. B. LITCHFIELD, 
nov2r-tt .Supurintendpnt. 

TJ^OR THE CARS. 

0«r OmnibufsP!' will run to and from thp prin- 
cipal IlotoU and Boats iu connection with the 

trains of the 

ST. PAUL AXD PACIFIC RAILUOAD. 

ra.s:«engerii and Ijaggagc will bn called for In 
ftn.>iwer to orders leiTt at tin* American, Interna- 
tional and .Merchants, or at our ofTice. 

Fare to Sjt.Autliouy, including omnibus ticVet, 
jOcnta 

iV-i J. C. BUltBAXK & CO. 



1\ 



E M OVAL 



ages. »ucha« are rea.sonableniid. Tall the cinnni- I ♦!« AlJccIa^;.,,^; «;..,... 
stances. You must judge li.)w far the ilefendanls 1 '* ® *>Hs?JS.Mppi Ti\ or . 



Tlie Afveatli JR«g1ai«at. 

Ma.vk.aTo, Feb. 10th, 1863. 
Edifow of the Saint Paul Jross: 

In behalf of the .-ick in the hospital at 
this post, I would tend ?r to the ladies of 
St. Cloud our greatful acknowledgement 
for the timely receipt of $17,00 in cash, 
to be expended for the benefit of tlicsick, 
as we may think best. This contribution 
will be of immense service to us, for al- 
most even- day we find ourselves in want 
of something which wo ild materially aid 
us in the management of the severest 
cases, but which we have hitherto been 
unable to obtain. 

I would, at the same time, acknowl- 
edge the receipt of a large box of well 
selected hospital snppli ;s from the ladies 
of Red Wing; also a box of val'iable 
stores from tho Ladies' Aid Society at 
Rochester. 

The ladies of Mankafo have been un- 
ceasing in their attentions to the hospital. 

, , _ They deserve, and the/ shall have our 

q-i.>.r:cl and conliict w.th the Confederate ^""^''"S pratitudc for tlie sympathy and 

many substantial favors bestowed on our 
sufTering soldiers. For all these kind- 
nesses we say, God bletsthe ladies. 

During the month of Januar}- the aver- 
age number of sick prejcribed for, daily, 
at this hospital was seventy-two. Of this 
number one died— a full blooded Sioux 
Indian— the only one in tho Regiment, I 
believe. 

J. G. FINCH, 
Sorgeoa, 7th Ulna. Vol's. 



are guilty of any moral wrong, b<>\oiid ihe legal 
wroi.g, ill the act coniplaiiied of. It wa.» not done 
on their inotian, or to graiify nny .s,-lii..h motive 
of th"irs,bui under theaji]iarent u'uthoiiivoi their 
otficial superiors. Moreover, they ili,t \i partly 
under the intlueuce of a wide •ipre'ud popular e.\- 
citement, which was not chargeable lo ihein. \ie 
are all lisble to such iiithu-ines, ami v.rv few of 
us, none of us, 1 should raiher »ay, are aM<' to re- 
list them. We should not )•«■ social U'lng-i at all 
if we should n-sist them all. We natuiallv and 
rightly share in the opinions that prevail around 
us, and we should not be worthv of socifty it we 
did not. And Vet we are eiuiiliMt to rise' above 
common opinion if we can; and when we no. 
we cannot bettor (how that we have don.' 
»o than by still re.-pecting the common 
opinions of society as tiie only oiiin'ons upon 
which it can act. In so far as the d 'Lndant-i 
acted, under the intluenre of the Wi.le sjuead 
popular e.xciteiiieui, and not from nfri- person:*! 
motives, they arc entitled to the iMiieiit of it in 
mitigation ot the cvemplary damages \oii inav be 
disjMjsed to allow; not, how.'\er, to' ailV-ct the 
p^aiutitf's rig'it to full comp<'iisatiou for the ac- 
tual loss sustained by him. 

The jury returned a verdict for the 

plaintilF in the sum of !?.'»12 — rather a 

lettuig down from the $iO,OiKJ daimeil. 

♦ ■ » » ♦ 

-Am AoilMble ArtU-lo frwsss tho Rich* 
moad Eianiiner. 

The Richmond f^.xaminer of the 20th 
ult., has an article on "Yankees" in gen- 
eral and General Butler in jtarticular. 
which for savageness we have never seen 
etjualed in any Southern paper. We 
quote a few of the most ferocious p.ara- 
graphs, though it is all so bitter, that se- 
lection is difficult : 

The custom of denouncing the Yankees \» tw- 
coming<iuite coninion. In. ler the solt intlui-n.es 
of asty^eiiade, ['resident Davi:, likens them to hy- 
enas; Governor Letcher, in his mild wav, iiisisU 
that thev art a heaven-dcfving, h.'li-Jeaer\ing 
race, and plea.santly consigns their Chief .Magis- 
trate. At>e Lincoln to a doom more fearful tnan 
that of Uevergoil. Is it to b^- won.lered that .Mr. 
Liucoln has hud a trouble on his mimi ever since 
this fearful doom was pronounced iiiion him ; that 
he is getting gray ami tiuds it ililUcult to i.ll >. 
dirty auecduU- every ten minutes .luring the .lav / 
One would i<uuposethat creatures s.) aboundiii;; 
In sieuches of moral decomposition, would never 
be alluded to indecent society. Jtut som.'liow the 
habit of expectorating upon the veim'u that 
swarm in the Northern dungiiill, has gotten th. 
better of gentle natures, ana time dn.gs heavily 
on the .•southerner who reiusis to indulge hini- 
•elf some twenty limes a dav in a volley of dire- 
ful analliemas against she Yankees. 

To the well regulated inin.l, the Iwa.sily prac- 
tices of beasts excite no disagre.able emotion; 
and it is said that tho scientilic intellect tiuds a 
world of enjoyment in the coniemplation of the 
Oisgusting utility of the lowest .ird.r of creatures. 
Surely, the least of tli.- rulture upon carri.m 
is not reprehensible, and occasion* in iln- l.eh.dd- 
er no special wonder, and never anv aniiiiositv 
against the bird for gralilMng his soiuevvhal p'- 
cuhar tastes. 60 the tijfir that laps bloo.l, the 
l>^tle that gorges excrement, are but Yank-es of 
the auiiuai kingdom, accoininodaiing the wants 
of nature: and it viero folly to impute to tlieiii 
improper motives in partaking of their ghasilv 
and sickening rejiatts. It loliows that our f-el- 
ing.'t toward the people of the .North, the s-aia 
b<ei aua viptrs of humanifv, should b.- character- 
ized neither by rage nor bv naus.a, but bv a lixe.i 
ch^rtul Christian deterinination to interii. »e 
sufficient obstacUs between tiieni and ourselves 
to curb their inordinate and bloodv lusts l.y such 
ade.juate m.'ans as natural wit suggests, and a- 
a general thing, 10 kill thoni whenever we lii d 
them, without idle fiuestions as lo whether thev 
are reptiles or vermin. 

The foregoing reflections are suggested n.it'i- 
rslly enough by the acc<juut» in Yankee new-iia- 
5^*"^*' '11'''"'''* triumphal progression from N.-w 
York to Wi.«h:ngton, and b-ack ugain lo l'..)stoii 
A geat hue ana cry has been riii>. .1 at the .•souih 
because the spawn of Northern ciiies saw lit tJ 
prostrate themselves before this new llavnai!— 
this modern Verres, returned from his oii'.iuesls 
—'his beast emerging fioin his cave fi:ieu wiih 
dead men's bones. Wliv this outcrv ? Wheiefore 
assail the brute, clotted with gor.', or the cliiin- 
lanzees that danced and chatt-red at his coming 
and beslobbered him with praise f He was a 
thief. A sword that lie hud stolen from a " oman 
-Jhe niece cf the brave Twiggs_«Bs pres.'iite.l 
to him as a reward of valor. He had violated the 
laws ot God and m-.n. The law-makers of ttn- 
tnlted States voted liim thanks, and the preach- 
ers of Yankee gosiM-1 of blood came to him and 
worshipped him. He had broLon into the safe* 
and strong bo.xes of meicliants. TheX.wloik 
Chamber of Commerce gave him a dinner He 
had >n»ulted women. 1 hings in female attire 
lavish harlot i-miles upon him. He was a mur.ler- 
er. And a nation ofassahsins have deifi.-d hini. 
He IS at this time the repres.-ntative man of a 
people lost to all shame, to all humunilv, all lion- 
orj an virtue, all manhood. Cowards bv nature 
thieves upon principle ami assassins at heart i- 
would be marvelous, indeed, if the people of the 

^V,\ '■tK"*"K '"./•'•"'^'f homage to i*enjamin 
Butler-the beastliest, bloodie.i poltioou and 
pick-pocket the world ever saw. 



.Mii.rs. 

...l.'JKi 
. . . 1 -.'.■. 

. . . l.N, 
... ('■• I 

... 4oo 

... a.'.j 



lin 

40 



From \ew Orl.'nns to St. Lou!-! 

I- ri>iu .\"w 1 irh'Ans to Baton K.mge.., 
From Baton Uoiige to Port Hudson.. 

From Port Hii.Noii to (irainl (iulf 

From Granil Gulf to Vickshurg 

From .\"w Orleans to \'ii-ksburg 

From \ i:'Usbiirg to Helena 

From H.'l.'iiato .Memuhis 

Fr.iin Memphis to Fort I'illovv 

l-'oin lort Pillow to Ishied .No. 10 

From Islaml No. |ii lo t'oliimbus 

l-i'oni t 'ohimbiis to Cairo 

From Cairo lo St. Louis \\ 

— The French have taken soiuc hi'-'h- 
handed measures iu Mexico lately. A 
letter from Vera Cruz states that they 
hung eleven prisoners in the presence of 
the other Mexican prisoners. The cause 
is alleged to have been that they had tried 
to poison some Frenchmen. 

— The Federal prisoners captured in 
(ialveston numbered six hundred and 
twenty-live non-commissioned oflicers, 
l)rivates .and sailors, and a colonel, three 
captains and six lieutenants. The regi- 
ment has been in service only four, and 
ab.scnt from Mas.sachusetts but thrtc 
months. 

— The American Bank Note and Na- 
tional Comp.iiiies arc now each runniu"' 
two hiindreil and fifty presses. They are 
still engaged en the old (Jovernmcnt con- 
tracJs, and print over $1,<XK),00U per dav, 
of which >!2(M),0UU is postal currency! 
No headway has as yet been made with 
the one hundred niiliions legal tender 
notes. " 



SAI.OON A.M) FiXTCKKS KOU S vi,p._Thp ia- 

loon known a.s tho City Half Way House, on 
Third street, between .*<t. Peter and Markel-sts.. 
keptby A. Kuby, is oflTered for «.ale. For terms 
in'iuireof n. MULLKR, 

at tlie Will Hunter's .^^aloon, 
'^''''"^ •" .Lnck.ion street. 



Q L A I iM S F O R 

The undersigned is prepare.', to prosecute all 
claims against tho Sioux Indians bi>fore the pro 

per Department ofthe United States Governmeat 
ariking out of recent deproua'ions. All p.irtles 
int.«re.<itea can be assured that the nndersigned 
pos.^esse.s f.icil:t:es !o obtain a .'ij)eedy settlement 
and payment of any claim which mny bo placed in 
his hand^. c. n. GILFILLA.V, 

nov.'?-d<:w .?m Catho!?' P.toek, .St. Panl. 



C O M 13 S 

Has removed his BOOKSTORH to the 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

Tliird-St., St. Faul, 
.\nd is now in receipt of a choice lot of the latest 
V.'orks, Magazines, &c., and a splendid lot of 
Stationcrv. jan'iS 

'T'^O LET WITH BOARD. 



To Our Subscribers and Friends. 

The enorinou.sIincrea.se in the price of printing 
paper and other niateiials used in printing news- 
papers, compels us to incn a.^o the price of tin* 
Prkss. Our new terms are : 

DAILY PKE.SS. 
To city sub.scriber.s, by the year, payable 

quarterly in advance 89 CO 

To city subscribers, payable weekly -0 

By mail, payable for anytime iuadvuis, 

at the rate per year of .800 

To Xews Agents -"4 cents per copy. 

Weekly exchange newspapors pa^ the dlf- 
erence between Daily and Weekly fi in money. 

Till-WEEKLY' Pltl.S.^. 
One copy, by mail payable for any time (in 

advance) at tho rate per year of 

Clubs of live, to one addre.ss, each 

Clubs of ton, to one addres.s, each 

WLEKLY' PUI..SS. 

One copy one year 

Five or more copies each, one ) oar 

Ten or more copies each, one rear 

wenty or more copie.v each, '>ne year 

aS" All subscriptions paya'ole in adv.Tnre, 



$5 00 


. 4 50 


. 4 UO 


§2 00 


. 1 rr. 


. 1 M 


. 1 50 



Two or three very ploa.'ant rooms In a delight 
;il location combining both city and country 
itli plenty of stable room. Address 
jan l.f-tf A. B., al this oflice. 



^ O T I C E 



^ LA li G i-: D \V ;•: L L I N G , 

Xeirthe residenrn orOor. /Jarn-ov, on the 
banxs ot the '.Jis.sissipi)i, in a localitv at oncecen 
traland retin-.l, 

IIEXl'Y ?TrM:XTy, 

D«M!er in K-nl Ku'-.t". 



lo-XJ ^ •.„.(•,.... 



TCHKJ.W CENTRAL RAIL- 

ItOAK. 

Gx-oiit Oouti'al Roiito 



UOOIv BI A^OERY ' 



AND 



Blank Book Manufactory. 

TIio Px*oss« Plaint iii{j Co, 

Have in successful operation tli» largest and most 
comp'ctp Bindery in 3Iinnesota, embracing the 
latest anil most iinprovcNl inachinory. Kmployin" 
only competent and careful workmen. ai:d using 
the bi'st material, they hope to continue to give 
satisfaction to all. 

PAPER RULEiTtO ORDER, 

axi> to axy i'attkr.h, 

led(;f.r*;, day book.-*, jolkxal?, com- 

-MKUriAL A\U COI.xrY BOOKS, AXD 

BL.VNK ROOKS OF EVERY KIND, 

-MAHK IX Tliu BKST .-(tASNEE. 

Old IJooks I^e-I3oiiii<l 

M.iGAZlXKS, runiODlCALS, 

IMirsIC, Ace. Ace, 

Bound in Any Style Desired, 

From the lowest priced work to tho highest s'yle 
of the art. 



To Xcw York, New Kngl.and and the 
Canad;!.-*. 

Onsiidaner.*^rXl)AY.\ov.;n,liir>.', trnin" will 
leave the Gr.-nt Central L'liiou I»ep.jt,foot of I.ake 
•street as loi!o-.vs : 

tt.30 u. ni.— Day Txprcss (Fxct.'pf Sundaes) 
rrrivps at iv.fmit at ."..'0 v. ji., 
S'i«p. nsi.Mi Hriiigeut -'-'. ,\. M., 
A!!>;niy, •J.:!o r. m., >,i.w Y'ork, 
> '••' I*. M.. IJoston, 11 :or. M. 
O.-mi p. m. — Xi^ht h x|ir(ss(K.xc«'pt Satnr.lays) 
ariiv.'s lit Detroit at C.^.i a. >l.. 
Mi-p. ns'on r.rid;,"-, l.joc. .m., AI- 
tiany, r..:ii) a. m.. .Niw York, ll.l.i 
A. M., Boston, :i.;:o r. .m. 
Cinriiin.itJ trains, via y^. '\ Itailroad. leav*- 
Chicaco at r.."o a. m., .Mail Train ; t"..4j c. m. Fa-t 
Kxpress. Arrive in Chicigo at lO.'tr, a. m., Fa.-^t 
Express, and lO.ia v. >i. Xiglit .Vail Train. 

'I he r..4 ■) f.M. train]. -a vin? Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without eliangi> of <ars or bagj:»<»e. 

KUTTAX'S PA TEXT VENTILATOltS " 

On Cars of I):iy Express Trains. 

Patent Klcepintj Cars vu Night Trains. 

RasTK-ag-e < ht'clicd Xlirou^h. 

*^Tlir'>uga tickets for sale in all I'rinrina! 
Railroa.lOtfie.'sin tlie West, at the ilen.'ralOlii.-e, 
corner Luke and D.-arbini streets, (under the 
Treiuont House,) Chicago, ami at the l>epot. 

|{. X. K'lt:K, tieneral .•NUiierintcnden*. 
J. W. S.\i| ril. Western I'ass.-nger Agent, jan.'! 

j^ u R s . fIj r s mjlTs". 

C. J. IvOVITZ, 

HAXL'FACTLUEK OF FIXE FUR.S, 01 
! At.t> hk.scrii'ti'vns anh kvkry stti.k. 

THIKD. ST.. Concert Hall Block, Saixt PAn, 



F 



L O U R 

At Wholn.-!ale nnd netail. 

Extra ancllOoiible Extra, 

Hade from .SELECTED CLUB "WHEAT, 

AT III!', 

Cannon Fiillsij ^lills, 

SLPEItlOi: TO AXY OTHEIt BItAXD IX 

THIS .MAUKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR WAHEIIOTJSl:: 
c 3j:. i5i2ooM:ii:, 

^ Thi rd-st., between JacL:son and Uobert-sfs, 
jan3l-ly 



♦ ■ » » » 



Mituoritios. 



♦ « ♦ « * 



— AcL'ordini,' to tlie n fiort of the Adjii- 
t:!tit tlencral there is a ileficieney in New 
kork .^tate, iiMilertlie last call for troops, 
"f i'i.rir. Oftl'.i.'* number New York 

• .'rv is repi)rted deficient 18,523, and 
i-l-n^^s county 1,789, leaving only 8,205, 

• ) r)e su[>j)lied from other counties in tho 
>ta*e. 



^owa •■•! otUer Items. 

— A correspondent who visited the 
Murfreesboro battle field, immediately 
after the engagement, writes : " In dose 
proximity to a large tent, I saw nearly a 
cord of amputated legs, arms, and fL-et, 
interspersed with slices of human llesh, 
lacerated and torn by shells and cannon 
balls. It made the heart grow sick and 
faint." 

— Japonicadom in New York, it is sta- 
ted, has resolved itself into clubs of belles, 
married and unmarried, ol twenty each ; 
and once a week they meet to sip egg- 
nog and chocolate, nibble frosted cake, 
gossip, and ostensibly make shirts for the 
soldiers. The •• clubs " are specially ex- 
clusive, and are the rage, but the shirts 
are not numerous. 

—The will of Gen. Phillip Keamcv has 
been admitted to probate in New York. 
The will commences, •• I, Phillip Kear- 
ney, formerly in the U. S. army, a Chev- 
alier of the Legion of Honor of the Em- 
pire of France." To his wife he bequeathed 
the sum of $4,000 per annum, with use of 
the real estate at Bell Grove, New Jersey, 
to bis son, John Watts. To his daugii- 
ter, Susan Kearney, he bequeathed the 
sum of $10,000. The settlement of the 
income of $80,000, and the principal sum 
of $10,000 to his first wife, Diana Bullitt, 
the testator desires, on her decease, 



BOOK AND _JOB PRINTIN6. 

Tlio Prois*« Pi-intiujjf Oo. 

In ord.T to keep pace with their rapidly increaf- 
ing business are constantly extending their fa- 
cilities for Book and .lob Printing. Thev have 
r.'cently introduced .Steam into their establisl*. 
ment, and put up another of 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES. 

We are prepared lo IVlnt all kinds of 

BOOKS. PAMPHLETS, BRIEFS 

POSTERS, PU0GI:AMMES, BILLIIEAI>5S, 

BLAXKS, BILLS OF LADIXG, 

CIKCULAUS, 

And every other description of 

rL.ifX AXD ORXAMF.XTAL /'IIIXTIXG 

At motleratc rate s and at short noti*^. 

J J E X R Y M c K E N T Y , 

f>KAI.l;R IX 

HEyVL EST.A.TE, 

SAIXT PAUL, MIXXE.SOTA. 

n.!iri.-^V.' »''« 'o'"a«/' I-aod Warrants and >el 
Real EsUte on Commission. janss-diwVv 

JJ O B E R T ~P . L E W l^t 

ATTORXEY- AND COUXSELLOR A? LAW 

Ht. Paul, IMinnoHotJi, 

OJlceon Third.st., /toyer'M JUocl:,nrarthe Jiridge, 

Also Bkan-ch Aokntop 

"TIIE NATIONAL CLAI.^I AGENCY," 



The undersigned have removed to Messrs. 
Xicols & Dean's Iron Storeon Third street. Par- 
;i"-s having notes oraccounts payable at our office 
ar.' reijuested to call and .settle the same immedi- 
al. !y. s. i». ifc p. F. HODGES. 

November '.J.'!, 18r>2. nov2y-4m 



JOS 



S E P H L E W I S 



Ileal Estate Agent, Xotary Public and Convey, 
enccr, Commis'sioner of Deeds for the Stales ol 
New, Y'ork, Pennsylvania, Ma.ssachusett8, Ohio, 
and Vermont. Collections made — Taxes paid 
for non residents. House rented. 
Office Third Street, Irvine's Block. 

nefiTopre, Hov. A I.KT. RAMSKV. Wt«\_dlT 



QTAGE FOR SlIAKOPEE, 

Belle Plaine. Henderson, Le Sueur, St. Peter and 

Mankato. will leave at 8 o'clock A. M. 

dnc-'-tf J. C. BUKBAXK & CO 



c 



A It D 



Banking Offick ok Thompsox Bros., ) 
ST. rACi-, Dec. 1, lStV>. 5 

We !i.>g l.^ave to announce to our friends and 
rhe public generally that .Mr. CHAULES .SCHEF- 
FKi:, of the lite linn of Darling & Schefler, of 
.*<tilhvnter, Minnesota, become« associated with 
US in the Banking Business from this date. Out 
iinn name remains unchanged. The business at 
S' ill water will be continin'd under the firm name 
of .-c'.ietfer & Thompson's. 

n ov.!"-tf THO.MPSON' BROTHERS. 

Tj^ O R SALE, 

MOCCASINS 
Men's Oil Tan Moccasins, 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

&C., &C., &c. 

;nn?-t f ygrys. j. «:tijTH a co. 

A VALUABLE WATER POWER 

AXD FLOURIXG MILL FOR SALE. 
Owing to the illnps.« of one of the partners we 
have couchnle.1 to otTer for sale our Mill and Wa- 
tr>r t'ower, situated in the city of Hastings, on 
the VerniilJioii River Falls. It is the best power 
in the State. Our Brand of Flour stands high in 
Chicago and Bo.ston. Capacity of Mill, 90 Ixurelii 

T. O. & C. G. HARRISOX. 



p r c'.-i 
jan?i-','m* 




^yATER-PROOF VIENNA .\ND 
STRELLA JLVTCIIES. 

Tlt^sn Matc'ies ari> made without .si:lp'inr. and 

being free from disi-g :,ble odor, and not onlv 

ViTy desirable hut al st iii.li.-i)eii.sal)li' for ii>e iii 

the pirlor and sle-piug chamber Thev are put 
up Lit f;ui:'y c ilore.l b.i.\.s and small packaces for 
tainily use, and ar.; u!s » c«refullv picked in cases 
for transportation. For sale wliolesale and re- 
IttUhy .lA.MKS K. DRY. 

Xo. C,r, Co>-tlaiiil-st., New York. 

v. S.— Country m.-rcliauts will t.o well to call 
and examine onr stock. febU'-L'm 

A TTENTIUN BUILDERS .' ! 

Pr<ipo.«aIs will Ix^ received until the tenth d:iv ot 
F.'bruary nnxt, for the erection of a MIork of 
Storen, tobe of stone, in accoidance with piaii>i 
nnd specitications to be seen at our place of busl- 
ness. ' «. 

We invite til" submission of bids, reserving the 
ripht to reject any or all, at our oiition. 

janjj-t.l COOLLY, CAlCVKi: & CO. 

The linio for receiving proposals for the above 
work Is exfende.i t.> Satur.liiv next 

«■' '''-'-'f < 'X'l.KY, CARVER & CO. 



DEVOTED TO PIRE AXD MAKIXK LXSURAXCK 
CASH CAPITAL AXD ASSKTS OF THI 

^TXA INSURANCE COMPANY, 
OF UARTFOUD, CONXECnUUT, 



P II (E jS" I X , 

OF IIARTFOhD, CONNECTICUly 
devoted to rinK ixsuuanck kxclusivklt 

ASSETS OF THE 

PIKE NIX INSURANCE COMPANY. 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, 

f 527,'£H» 0«. 



CITY FIRE, 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, 

CASH C.\PITAL AXD ASSKTS OF THK 

CITY KIKE l.NSLJKANCK COMPANY 

Of HARTKOnn, COXXKCTICBT, 



i:i.ateH or .A.clvei'li«iiiir. 

Ten lines to a Square, (the space enclosed in the 
following table. J 



One Square. 


Eaohaud. Square. 


Ore time.. .■ ^ 7i 


*-ir^ 


rnreotime*. 1 ilj 


O-i-S' 


One week j;5 


^T.s; 


Two weeks ..- 'i tW 


1 :<7 


One mouth 4 fw 


i 00 


I wo months 5 60 


J 75 


Fhres) months ft r.> 


:<•>.,-; 


Six months 10 oo 


."i 00 


Twelve mouths l-'j W 


" 5o 



LEG.\L ADVERTlsEYIKMS, 

Published oncea week, either in Ditily or }rci Ihj, 

First insertion 75 Cents |>er .^i-juare. 

b^ch subsequent insertion. .'17.':^ " " 

Legal Advertisements published at the eyppnsa 
of the Attorneys ordering, aii.l noi Qe;ayj;l; e lor 
the legal proceudings, but coilecthbie in aovcnce, 
or on delivery of allidavit. Publishers i.ot ac- 
countable for tlieaccuiacy of legal advt-rtiseiucuts 
t>eyond the amount chitrge.l for their jiublicalion. 

Adverti.^eiueiits jinblislied iu both the Dailvand 
Weekly will be charged the tull Daily niles 'with 
one huif the Weekly rates ad.l.-d. 

Business Notices, pubiislu-d in the Editorial 
columns, of ten lines or uii<!er, will be ciiarged. 
for each insertion, one dollar; if over ten liues, 
ten cents per line. 

Advertisements leaded and placed under tho 
head of Special Notices, if teu lines or o\ er, » ill 
be charged the u.'^ual rales and oiH'-halfadilitioimJ ; 
if under that amount, titty cents for e.ich iniierticin. 

Y' early advertisers to p:'.y ijuarterly. 

Advertisements, for a less time than threa 
months, to be paid in advance. 

ADVERTISING IX WEEKLY. 

One Square, one insertion $ ri 

" tw«> insertions i oo 

" four " 2 tw 

•Tor each subsequent insertion, andforeach 

additional square o 37>f 

iO-JosKi'ii D. Caxxky, at Minneapolis, and 
WETMoUKO'Bitir.x, at St.Aiithonv, will act as 
Agents in circulating the Daii.v Ph'kss In their 
respective towns. 



®ib M& i^ampji* 



TAlklPS AND OIL. 
A new and complete stock of 

ILAinpst aiid Fixture®, 

And the t>est brandi* of 

OIL. 

For sale at PRICE.S TO SUIT THE TIMES. 
S. K. PUTNAM, 
«1« Comer of Third and Market streets. 

jyj A R V I N ' S 
CROCKERY HOUSK 



JUST BECEIVED ASO 

SEriJIVO VERY LO\r, 

1,000 LOOKING GLASSES AXD MIRRORS. 



OrL—THE VERY BKST. 

1,500 GALLONS AT FEOM THIP.TT TO FVKTT 
ClkHTS A GALIAJX. 



HOW Uf STOKE, A FULL STOCK OF 

CmXA, CROCKERY & GL A^^SW A i^ E 

AT WHOLESALE ASO RETAIL 
AT PRICES MVCn nEIiVCJii 



JC8T KKCEIVED, A LARGE STOCK OF 

Xablo & r»oel£ct Cutloi'^'. 

The merchanU who purchase in St. Pau will find 
these goods very desirable, and at 

VERY LOTV RATES. 



STATE OF MINNE.SOTA— COUN- 
. , TY OK RAMSEV-Iii Probate Court-Sne- 
cianerm, D-'c. ;.".•, i,Vf,'. 

In the niiitter of the eslate of RobertE Jef- 
ferson, deo^ sc'd : 

On rciding and filing the p.'tition of Robert II. 
•Tetrersoii, Admiiii>tniior of tn.- estat.- of .said de- 
c 'asi^d, .setting f.irlh the amount of i)ersonaI es- 
tate, the nature .nnd clinrarter of the debts out- 
slnn.ling ag:iiii>t .-li.i .■sfme, and a description of 
the n-iil estate in this state, which said deceased 
died seized, and l>raving that Mcnse be to him 
granted to sell tin- wliol.' of said real estate and 
it appearing troni .said petition, that it is proper 
and necessary to .«ell sai.l real esiiite; 

It is ordered that all persons interested in said 




NORTHWESTERN AGENCY 

<>£u.tua,l JJvfc> Insurance 

Company, 

OF WISCONSIN. 

BSTABLLSHEn IX .SAI.\T PACL. 1862 AT 

TIIE OFFICE OF 

O . CURTIS 

GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT 
al-ly Corner of Third and MInnesoU-sts. 

JQ^EONARD & SHEIRE, 
BUILIDERS, 

Shop In old Baptist Church Building* on Fifth 
street, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter 
Work done to order. wpcuver 



tate of the said deceased aK f hall he necessarv to 

C^^ V \«m #x < „^ —^ : ' — .?">'«" •••'hlK or claims against said estate, «iid if 

1 tj. W O O I^ S E Y & CO.' "I'c^^^ssry to sell the whole „f snidreni estate. 

■^ • ,.j 't- 1 • t'ROWELL, 

(8CCCE8SOR TO L B. WILSOH,) : '" Janl0-4w .Judge of Prolfttl», 



Oomnaission I!^ox*cUauts, 

N0.211 SOUTH WATER ST., CHICAGO. 
ADVAXCK8 OX 



CASH 
marl-dftwlT 



A ZS^.^^^^'f^Ol^'S FALL IN TIIR 

-^>- PRICE OF GOLD. 

A. I. BIDWELL. 

?hi'li.**f *"■ ^*"" * '■♦**' days longer, for one dollar 

SF-.-Vil^t'^KA'&K 

ian3U 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 
OF RAM.SKY— ss. 
To Horace II. Wt-stern, Drfoulnnt : 

COXSIGXMKNTS. ^ You are hereby noiilied th.at a writ of attach, 
went has been issued against 'oii, and your jiro- 
periy attached to satisly the demand of Moses «'. 
Tuttle, amount ing to tliirty-three and .5:i loo dol- 
l«rc. Now unless you shall appear before Henrv 



MSHEIRE, ARCHITECT, 
. • t>ffice in the same building as Leonard ft 
Sheirt 8 Carpenter Shop, on Fifth street near 
Jack.son. I)esigns Plaiis and Specitications for 
Buildings of every description, prepared on short 
""""•• ___^_ febis-iy 

J^ D E G R~A W , 

BXTir..DER. 

suf h'lrTp?.?'^'? "*■ •»««-'^'«n. between Finh and 
Sixth streets, where everyth ng required in the 
bu^ng iiiP will be promptly attended f^. 
KHr .1 obbing done at short notice and on reason- 
''" •'^'■'"''- noTt4-lr 



JC8T RKCKIVED, 

AFINEASSORTMENTOF 
Silver I»latea 

BRITANNIA WTARE. 

HOUSEKEEriXG GOODS, LAMPS, &c.. 4c. 

MIIOI.KESAL AXD RETAIL. 

R. MARVIN, Third Stiuset. 

Jell 

]^EAl71^STATFToirSALEr~ 

A NEAT COTTAGE in the vicinity of Cbl 
Justice Emmett's residence. *'""''> <" '-"'l 
OXE LOT 50 by 150 foot, near the Capitol. 
TEX ACRES a short di.stanco from St. Paul 

HEXRY McKENTy' 
St.r.u,.Feb.4th,L..,.^^'^^''"^,SlS;'".- 



ablejerms. 



II 



B Y E R S , 




Emporium. 



noon, judgment will be rendered against you, and 
yonr property sold to pay the debt. 

Dated thls'v(»th day of January, a. d. 18r)3 Saint 
PaaJ, Minnesota. M. C. TIJ I TLK, PlaintilT 
UEXRYM. DODGK, 

ijai]31-d3w Justice of the Puace. 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER tS 

COPPER, SHEET IRON AXD TIN WARE 

OPPOSITE THE BIG CLOCK, 

J^EYi^OLDS & McCARGAR, 
W'holesale Grrocers 

AND 

OommieiiBion IMCeroliaAt* 



D^1',^-^^S??T HAS JUST RE- 

Wilkic Collins' celebrated Vow xc^^^r v 
^arne. Price, i„ paper, ^.V,'. ';',^;^, J -}• ^o 

Mistress and Maid, by Mi.ss Muloch ; pri«. 50c 
Se^;X*';!rS. ^U^^-^ -' ^-«JX Audley.; 

The War Powers of the President ; price ooc 

pr^r^"**^'' '^"'^Sage, by Charles Dickers; 

Also a fine lot of 

MILITARY BOOKS, 

Constantly on hand. 
New York and Chicago Papers received daily 

Also, just received, all the 

FEBRUARY .AlAOAZI^^E^'t 

CAI.L AT DAVENPORT'S. 

»«•• COT 'E!* . 



janrjj 



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UPPER LEVEE, 



Saint Paxjl. 



P A R M WANTED, 

eiiSatrSwo^vSied^'t'l^i'S^n ^***'*^ I" ^'^ 
> «", vKiuea at if J,500. Any one having 

A. Farm in Minnesota, 

?x°.^-°'' '''5" Improved, which they would like to 
wtaretsing tame througb tb« mail, Jan.v-U" 



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THE SAINT PAUL PRESS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1863. 



orvnK inTus. 
I >i wcf k diiy s from 7 oVIocli A. ?.i . to : ' i o'clock 

' On' iiunday*, from 1-' o'clock M. to I oclock 
r. M. 



WIXTKR AKirANiiKMlAT. 

AKKIV.Vl. AM> rKfAKIl RF. OK >!AII«. 

F.>r i.n'ros.*— ^"-^^•^'^Il ilaU— Leaves ilailj.ex- 
:i»j)t Kril.iv. nt ."> A. V. 
V..r MiiuK:ipoiU-i.-av.-* doily, excopt Sunday, 



••Ni'.">t 5tini'.ay, at 4 P. M. 



i or'MUl'wat.T-h-a'v os daily , "exc^Pt Su"«iar. »' 



T O II X T II O R W A R T II , 
Iii>ot siiul Shoo 

maxufa«:'tuui:k, 

TiaUO 8 TltnKT. nKT. nOBKUr & JACKSON, 
ST. I'Af I., MlaiiP!"Ota, 



Kk<»p« con-tai!ily on h ind anvl maUof to ordrr 

Koors iv>rr> sttoks, 

^V'h^c5l aro warrantfd to <l.> a< Roo.t f.-rvU-f. am! 
rffts good style mid worknuuchlp as it made to 
unier. 

STKKr. SIIAXKS F'>U SIIWED 1500TS, 

ihf first iiitrodiu-.>d in Miisi oitv, will bt» pat In 
v.hfn ord.'r.'ii. Tiii« innk.>< tlu> i"> )t i-trKn^.Taud 
i.iori' dunvble, and is hifl tor »!i<l tits neater. 
Arti'w- d .ih . .x.-.:-. <.n..l.iy, at 7 r. m. ^ | li.-.l'AIlilM: done oi. tbe .bort^»t notico.and 

l->.r M;ui!.:it.>- • i*-^ >I.iily, wxcepi aunday, at | in » good aad ueat i»tylo. 



A. M 



' Arnv ■' d:ulv. excpt Sunday, at f, p. M. 
i..r Hudson-loavo.^ iluily, except Sunda) , 



B A. M. 



nl.iv. at about '.0 M. 



I'J A.M. 

^.u N.rUimM— '»'«»ve» daily, e.vcept ^unU;.J , 

" Vrr-'.-^ diil". excer.r .'^undii-. at about 7 P. V. 
iv.rS»niri''-tity-leav»iMond:iy, Wednesday, 

'"A^nwIi.'-'l\;e»a.iV.^»'l»>'--^''^>'- *°"^ Saturday, at 

■'j-or Mm^^n F:.!l^-l-'v.» Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 
Anne, \Vedi»eMl.»y.:it 7 r. V. ., , 

F.Vr i: .1 U ins-leave- Wed.iesday, at S A. M. 
Arii\.'- lne-..iv. Ill X f. M. 
For*:;trv.r-le;-veH lliurs>i:iy. at , A.M. 
Vrrives U e.l'v-d iv, :it 7 f. "i. 
For Cott:ii:>* «.i .'ve— U-avos .<utui^ay, at I P. M. 
Arrit -< Siiturd.xv , «t 1- M. 
\!:iiN lei\;v..5: belore " "'■•'■ 



Sr.EiCill EELLS AXD SKATES, 

lIOilSE BLANKETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

^A T.argo l.ot jvist Opened by 

C . r 11 O A L , 

Mon ITS CASTLE. COll. FOUIVni .VXD JACKSON-STS 

January U, ISOJ. — !y. 



g^tti;5(riliittWUJi* 



f rg 60aili5* 



o'clock A. M. close at 



■ , i' -.■ \;>'r :;t\ hour txM'oro th'» tiTn<» of 
ilei f '1 t' i\,-. [it J.ioiern wliioh close* at 'J I'. M. 

hie i'.'-iii-e ui»v> sill transient printed matter, 
r.m-kn,«-,d J,.......:;e,nv,l u(-.n «ll letter-, for- 

.i!.„;.,i domestic, ;siio«- r. iuire.l to be fully 
i.rei.nia l>v Fi.ited State, [xot-.i;.'.' st:vnip5, except 
L C.1*. ., «b. le ,...-p:iuneMl on letters xc, to tor- 
.•u'n CO intrie, i, option-il an-1 the senders do not 
Wi»lt to prej-iv. 

IvrM.v.s i,::.iri.;x letter*, newspnp-r", J:c . 

lHere'..iea-or::iiU St the olUc • ot n.:i...-.^-.the 
•xait i»osi:ia,- in .vicli cisi' and ».tiv ;. m::- 1 Mat. , 
iMisia^'i -itann'* ^><' ''»!*'^'''°' *^1"" '" 't^reiay tU» 



j<iiix tiioi;nvai:tii. 

St. P^nl. Pec r. 1>i<«l. ^ Hecr-.'Ur 

7^ W . NVi7( ) L I. K T , 

*LOWKU LEVKi:. SAI'lT FALL, 

ir01iAV..VItDl>.'0 

A t r> 

Commission 31orel»ant, 

PEAI.F.!: IX GHOCKr.irs 

GKAIX. rKOVlSIOX , LI.Mll, iC, tC. i'' 

A\D 

A G r. X T F o K r n i; 
TENNSYLV.VXIA UAILIIUAD AND 

CONSICTIOXS. 

Contract* for tMnnpotation b'>twpoii St. Vaul I 
Poston, Xvw KuRland, Montreul, Xew York and 
»n point.* FiiHt, made upon the lowest and mo-l 
favorable terms. ,rw>i t I Y 



COOLEY, CAXrYEX?^ & CO., 

(Sncce.-.sors to CooLEY, Towkk & Co.,) 

AV HOLES ALE GROCERS 

Coiiiinissioii IVIei-cliants, 

IJIPOnrUIiS AyD dealers in foreign and domestic LIQUOLk 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, &c.. &c., 

JACa.SO.\ street, HETWELN I.EVEE and TUIUD, .-^AIXT PAUL, ill.NN. 

Tei-ms -------- 0>VSH. 






iianliratc. 



Jnnt-dlv 



St. rAii., 

For 



QIOUX l)KrUM>A'IK)NS 



In the D.'partment of 

OurSto..w:Ubcf.und t.AUOK and comv..::tk at .11 »'--, and at rrice. to aultU. vlewa o 

closest buv'r'. '" ^' '"'-' r ■, '" - 



Sudemnitv on u bo had. ! j^ ^ T L i: 11 S i: M T O 11 I U M. 1 (-• U A X T & FUEL M A N . 

St-ns:ire!v.s;i!;takentiytheOovcrnmenttoa'-l ^ V^ , , ..-vcri i mK VT I \W 

.-erraiu whohMv^ -aff. vd loss in pro,, "y.-nu, ,^,^^ ,^^_. tf^-- , ^.^'Oi* Ar C<>. Arn)ltN^.^.S & ( . »l N>KLLOK.«> AT \.\\\ , 

lie extent of such loss by fhelifSionx Ind.an ^^OOlO^ , %.^ *l » > t_ x *■-*- '*^'^'» ^^.^^^^ j^^ Mcf'lun.z's Cl'lio-nix) I'.loek, corner ol 



iiio:x iiiia MTEEX^ 



->utlT.ik. with f;e ri ■«- of adj-jstin;: tlie same 
Ihe unders'/ncdiiave j:llthe necessary I'nrms.nn.l 
ire nosses.,.'.! of' super! ir ailvrint.i?-', for h.ivin* 
;„is.^ rlaims allovve.l aid i-ettled iu Die sborfe.,' 



IIEAV Yi ilAKDWAUE 



j\"K-«»N siiri.i.r, r.r.i'wr.KX Liivr.i; 

AXL> iniKD. .^r. I'ALI.. 
Ill'.lnr Vitelv mide lib.'rHladd:t'vn.slo their l:ir^> 



rM)s.iibl,, time, an i will fi»e iiie.Mal att'Ulioa to atul well assorted stock of 



nich a.i are phicd in tl -ir tnu.ls. 

SMI I II .'- lilLJlA.N, Att rneys. 

St. r.iui.Sept.it, i-*'".;. 




O R D E I^ 
SHEET I R O > , 

NOT.WAY NAIL RODS, 
BuRDEI^^'S nORSE SHOES, 

IsTails and Spikes, 
SLEIGH SHOES. 

CUTTER SHOES 
Sleigrli and Cnttoi 

li xj :v > E 1^ ^^ , 

Bent Cntter SUifF, 

OF 

UALL, KlilBARK & CO., 

CHICAGO. 

17". ■ ' y . 

-piONKlTu FOUNDRY AN1> 

A'iUI^LI.T'JKAL AVOUKS, 

CofTiT of Fifth and riki> street*. 
Till* #<tiiMistiment is now in full operation, »a 
1« prepared to furnish all ki-id.s ot 
lUo.N ANO I'.UASS 

CA^iixus, FOiir.ixti, &c., 

at thP lowest Fastens rates, viz, U.-ayy Millw^t 
IDK*. Columu-. .-a-l. weights. Urate »'»rs .Me^g^ 
gho*"*. ftc. three cents per pound, llrasi ca:* 





new and' Second hand-d, for sale or exchaug. 

''''■-''"'■■ C.ILMAN k BFSIIXKLL. 
.Si. Pai!.. July ■■^ih. wjJ^ diy_ 



IRON. 

J. 15. H«A.r>ETS' 

UXijS. :sAlLS, STEEL, 

SFUIVi-;.', AXLFS.r Vi:UIAf;K Tr.IMMIXG.-*, 

Leather ii-Uini.', Coil <l..»in, Hor.se Xa.U and 

.-)oes. Thiml.te Skeins and I oxes 

Window Sush ai»d UUss, Axes, kettles, .Shelf and 

Iloiivy Hiii-a-vvure, 

PITTSBURO- COAL 

A L.\RGE STOCK OF FLOWS, 

Warehouse on Third strict, botwcPn Minnesot 
a n.l Cedarsts., . S t. Paul. "^ '^L 

iScoVS STOVE l*OLlSH AND 



p W . NICHOLS. 

General Insurance Agent. 
FiuK iNsru.xNc;:. 

MARINE INSURANCE. 
LIFE INSURANT E. 

POLICIES 

l4s„.>,j on favorable ti rms", in the mo?t rpllablo 
•Joiupanies. 

>KFU'E AT GF.O. t tTTT.IVS nOt>Ksr<>!lK 
Jftnl.\d1v TMrd !«tP-et. St. Faul. Min._ 

ir{;ALEN"S l'RI\~ATE DISPEN- 

S VKY, 

An<l 3I«»*li<*M 1 jiikI Siiii-;rifiii 
OilltM*. 

FSlAr.r.ISUFD IX ST 
1' All., .tune, 1».J, for the 
1- ire of the following coin- 
; bini5 : t 'llt:«i?;ii' .v>{> l'i:i- 
'\ A rK Disi.A'ih.s, ineluilinv 
1 v VKNKitKAL l>l>sK\>- 
r..> in all it.s foriii'«,strictiirf, 
% I'iles, Ki'tul.i. Kiipture, lii,- 
* . uses ol tl>e Kidui'vs, I'.Ud- 

. r, Stc. to YolN'i Mi..v. 
I articular attention riven 
lothe secret iniirinities o! 

outh and m inhoo.l ari'in;: 
iroin certain secret hat>i's. 

VltKfit.F. A".KI> and even 

iM.n Mks, v.h<y !eol a debiltly in advance of thi'ir 
ve;irs restored to vipo-. 

' lo TiiK I, \niE.s— l'cma>l>ii»oa«(?scur«»«l, such 
a<i LcucorrMOfi. Xen.traal Diseases, railing oi 
th** WomI). Ulceratit n ot the Us lieri.^c. Kor 
salp, Dr. lie wee's I'KMAi.i: Fit.i.Hf.ir obstructions, 
irreffularlties, Jcc. S: fe and certain at all tisivs, 
but sliould not he t;,. I during pre^iiancn. as \\\'\ 
would produce .ti';.*r.<rri(7</#. Price ? I A-r b.x. 
anil mav be .son? by mail. Also, I»i:. iIm.kn's 
Pkkvk'xtI' K. for t lose wisliitiK to linftt tie-ir 
oilspring, will last a life time, and warranted to 
not injure t!i« li.allli Price s*.', and iiiay lA; ;eiit 
bv mail. v. . 

'PArU'.M> Al" .' nisTAXCr— TreT*"! bv 
corre.«pond.'ii(-e, ; nil 3Ieditiucs ^ent undeAseal 
to ciweanv '•ase at ii. rne. I 

>-. H.— For partic ilar» con^'fnii^f the n\\c 
matters, jendf.r our .Mkhk Ai. Krfiir.Tona .'^■w 
Method of Ireainfii , containing ir4 pi/es, wy^n- 
»ravin;;s, and numej ms •• i,,.<, scut under seal,\n 
receipt of ten cuts . r stamp". 

la addition to a re !ul ir .\|edical Kd"cation 
l>octor has lia<l inai y years' cxperieiiee in tl 
treatment of tii" al><'VC diseases, ami by devotii 
himself exi-hisively to this deiil-tmeiit of pra 
tice, and pr>'liarin^ 1 is own Mi'dicini-s, lie is en i- 
bleii to cure all ca,i's witliin the r-acli of medi. i! 
aid, without ri,k o- exposur.-. in the short, t 
twissiblo time, ^eptrato apartm.-nts alwaviJ ■'. 
ri-serve so that pntie its st-e no one but the docti r, 
ami all interviews Cv iilidentia!. 

(one 'rf Mall, liiird street. 



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do 



JPi\z\-.'y Cii-o<M'i*iew, l^rwitK, 

invite th.- oM.rlv a-tentioM ..f Suttlers ard ■)ther* 
seol;inir.'irmv.<'i;>ulies, to their ^el.<•t;ou ftev-ds, 
w litch tl ey idler at close figures for I ash or t.ov 
eriiuii'iii Voucii.'ra: 

C;'.Tiiioa JTiMiitH. 
pFAt'Il K5J •'•''■> dozen, f-o,l» and tine. 

;: \>P!;i:;:'!iK< •"'• do 

lll,A»'!vftr.Iti:iKS •Ill do 

ClII.UKiKS '.'''» do 

WilOUl LKUKi:UIK.S . :t.i« dv> 

IT'oreigrti J'^'riiilM. 

UAlSIvs.(Ln'-r h M. 11. ^—wholes halTe«&<ir». 
CLIJU.VN r^— r.esli and poo 1. 

i'iiL N Ks— keK s nod jirs. 

PLLMa— French. 

DATK3. 

100,000— <*mbr«c!n^ lart'e variety, f.nd lacluding 
dome ciioice and popular ijrands. 

'I'oliaoeoH. 

^0 Package*, l:ieludinp assorted eMde«— I'lug, 
I ine tut( hewinr, sinokinc, P.illy Uowle;,'s, 
Ml erschaura, Kliin'i'Kinick, «.c., i.c. 

Oynlers nml Sai'clinoH. 
A fall line favorite brands ; also, l.tHt.STKKS, 
SALMO.V, UAHULT, II nUUlXti, ic, S.c. 

Ui'.'\iiaif"'. W'ijxes, 13o\xrl>oix 

A\nii.-4lcr, C<v. 
A H-ge v.Th tv, iMchtd:ni; some tine Old Hmn- 
dies Hn>l \Vlii,kj s, (Uitil. d', wliieh w- cnn tuuli- 
dentlv recomm.'ud us \cry superior. Al>o, 



liiird and Wabashaw-sts 
ST. PALI .MIXXFSOTA, 

Will practice in nil the State and Federal Courts. 

Money loaned on ;;oo<l >eeiirity. 

ft.,- .-serial at tent on i>aid to collecting. 
W il i;jtA.>T. dec:;-lniOS J. -M. KI'.KKMAK. 



S r E N C E R . 



K. 



r,;ii7er M7iiw\ 
tiiUi-'er lirau.iy, 
iVach Ui-andy, 



IJl.nc'Klvrry Ilraiid/, 
Api'Ie Urau'l. , 
Cherry Uraudy. 



ConFoct ionc'fv. 

Fig V^'te, Rsjiorted Candies, Cinr.i Props', Loa 
enge*, Li'iuoriv, J-pruce ijum, i-C, ic. 

r^'titH. 
A full line. Including every variety. 
Octob'f u, iJS'-.;. 



^Y A N T E D . 

s Cal.tn -t riakers; 2 Cbalr llakera; 1 Good 
Chiir Painti-r, i't tho 
Ila.stiiigM ftstt'am Sr»s<h «tiil >'nr- 

nilure l'"'actof3'. 
AUo, for sale, a 

I'UKTAni.E .-^TKAM ENGINE & llOrl-VO, 

rrliuder X inch bore, and H inch »troV»». 

,>i.A IIK.K/Oi; fc < «>K.*«<».V. Ilifti"-*. 



ID«Miti.«*t, S;i Years, 
MIXXF..VPOI.IS, iIIXX_i:SOTA 

As far as I know, mv terms for practice will be 
the u^iial te-s of Deniisi- ..f this .-;:ite. 

I insert AKIIUCIAI. PlVtH' TI.Kl II, which 
ure liealtliier, chea-M'r, more beautiful and durable 
tiian teeili !<it on platH. 
Pivot Tf.iril t>0 Nor PltKVKXT TIIK Ta.stino 

UK Fooii— Pi.ATK Ti;ktii 1>U. 
T so stop decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 
(el..gantl> ,; as to la.st the life of tlie patient. 
4«-GonuaIta;ious without charge. 

a21-<^m 

ip 111 E N D S AND i'ATIlONS 

Our .'ifock is 110-.V complete, embracing ALL 
II A r |s NFW I.N 

Alillinerv ~Dv\ Groods. 

and LAIHr.S- Ft IIXISIII.VG and FAXCY All- 
1 ICLKS. Oiir Irencli Hats are (juite pretty ; in 
Fel.,ilcav.rand Plush, we liave the latest designi 
We have Miliin.'ry artick-s ijy the iiuuntity, ti 
unit flie tnide. lu'Sli:iwl«. Cloiks and Closking 
we li:ive a lar^e supply — we have twenty dill'ereiil 
patterns; one is I'.ie ifeClellan— the pattern cost 
tfoj in Paris. Alsr), tiie (iotliie and Kxcelsi«*r 
Cl.nks, so nnich ikdinired In liiRh circles, Ka-t. 
Oiirytook is large in Xuhias, Hoods, SontaRs 
Irencli Ujiera Hoods, /ejiiiyr Worsted \\ Hoi 
^ui-n*. Hosiery, lilovo". Kmbroiderie.s, Wiiit 
liooils, he, Kv. Dress tioods, Italmorul and Hoo' 
>l;irts, by me ipiantiir. »• ive do/.en Winte 
Stmwls, tint mast be sold, with almost everv art' 
cle wanted in the himsokeepin;; lin •. \» e so.ici 
an early call. J;i-s;M'ctfui;v yours, 

.Mits. .1. .1. l»UCiAX'. 
Ilelow D.iy & Jenk.,' Drug .store. Third Street 
wli-re the W1X I idy is In thw window. o'i!:<-\t 

M .imrE'L LOGO, 

WHOLESALE AXD BETAIL nUALER l!f 

TOYS, 
Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS &. CONFECTIONERY. 

Child: i:'- '". "---ery variety; F^g, Letnon, 
liingiT, lloslo.i )ii.«l .soda CKAt'KKItS; Travel- 
ing, School and Work UASKKTS; .MAPLE SL- 
UAli; Fresh CANDIKS from Xtfw York— also 

4Ey THE BKar CIOAES IN XnK CITT. 
M M. N. KKLLOOf;. 



r^iIIICAGO BREWERY. 

LILL feTrTvERSY, 

BKEVVERSOF 

LILL'S STOCK, 

AND 

lagek bekk, 

PORTER AXD BROWS STOUT. 
Sold by half barrel and delivered free of charge. 
WM. COXSTANS, 
ny^Uily AftKWT, 8t. Panl. 

TJ^LORENCE SEW IN G 
MACHHSTE AG-ENCY. 

One door East of Davenport's Bookstore, on 

' The ^'' FLORENCE " SEWING MACHINES 
make FML'it uiKKKitK.NT stitches on one and the 
same machine. Thus the look, DOfui.it-i.orK, 
KNOT AND Dui'ni.ic-KNOT, all of which make tlie 
seam alike on both sides of tlie fabric, tither or 
all can be produced while thu Macliiue is in mo- 

"niey have the nKVEKSlBLK FEED MOTION, 

which enables the operator to have the work car- 
ry either wav, or to change the direction, and 
fasten the end of neams, weich, togetlier with 
making a long and a short stitch, is done simply 
by turning a thumb screw. 

Their motions are all positive. There are no 
springs to get out of order. They are so simple 
that iT.e most inexi.erienced can work them per- 
fectlv and w ith ease. They are noiseless, and 
can fie used where <|ulel is necessary. 

ihev are the FASTEST SKWFRS In the 
WOUl-D, making live stitches to each revolution. 
They oil no dresses. Their tditch is the wonder 
of all, because of its combined elasticity, 

STltFNUTH and l».K.\l.'TV. 

Prices No. 1, %V.W, No. 2, *57.00, No.n, $07.00, 
No.4, *7'J.<J0. No. 5. f77,00. No. 6, iJsAOO, No./ 
cabinet oiH>ner, *iHJ.t»o, No. 7 Cabinet cased, 
$J5.(W, Mahogany if'-T-OO, Itosewood $105.00. 
Hemiiieni and all necessary tools included in the 

aliove prices. ... . j »» 

On hand diffierent kinds of lower priced Ma- 
chines. Call and see the "Florence Machines." 
jvLVdrf *»• W. IJAtCOCK. 

•\/t I s"s ELIZA WASS, 

TlUKD STUB i:T, NEXT DOOB TO GEEENLKAI'S 

Is now receiving 

Direct from. ISTew York, 

A LAUUE ASSORTMENT of the very 

RICHEST AND LATEST STYLES 



1862. SPRUNG^. 1862. 
IIVOER.«OXJL'S BLOCK 

DRY GOODS FOB CASH. 



1862. 1862. 1862. 



WINTEB AUBANGEMENT. 



OK 



MILLIISTERY GOODS. 

To which she invites the attention of 

Xlie I^adicH of St. Paul and other 
To-wriH in tlie State. 

St. Paul, Sept. 27th, IHC.'. ■K'-ly 



il? 



U R N I T U K E . 



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T I c i: 



yyM. ILLINGWORTU, 
Watcli Manulacturer. 

-AKD — 

TOW2J^ CLOCK BXJII.DKR ! 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CLOCK. 

.JACKSON-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



Having had over THIRTY' Y'EARS EXrERI- 

EXCEiiithe best Watch Factories iB England 
and America, he feels himself competent to do 
anything in his lino 

A. LITTLTC STJPKIilOR 

to any other establishment In the Northwest. 

«a-N. IL— Persons wishing to perfect them 
pelves in the business, will be received unaer in 
jtruction on VERY MODERATE TEKMi>- . . 

X^Fine work done and Clock and Watch 
Wheels cut for the trade at low rates. mrVy 

rp O B A C C O, 

Ciffars, I*ipo», SnulT, Sec. 

F. W. TUCIIELT, 

Third street, next door to Comb's Book P*ore 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars 
&c., is just receiving his fall and winter stock 
and is prepared to till orders to any extent, for 

FINE IMPORTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Cliewing Tobacco, Fine Cut Chewing, superior 
to any in the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPE."', 
a large assortment. These pipes are all the go 

F. W. TUCIIELT. 
noTl7dl7. 



I>. W. luffersoll &- Co., 

HAVE JC8T RECEIVED A LAKliE STOCK OF 

SPRING DRY aOODS, 

COSS18T1SO or 
FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every rariety of quaUty, will be sold at prices 

TO SUIT TUB TIMK8. 
Mottled Morello Qoths, from 10 to 25c per yard ! 

ri^ID FOIL DK CHEVBE8, 
EMBEOIDEBED FOIL DE CHEVKES, 

EVEKY VAEIETT OK CHALLEV8 

EMBEOIDEBED AND GKET CBISAILLE9 

BLUE, OBEEN AND UINK BEBEAGE LEXIFINA. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN MOUSLtSE DE 

L.VINES; FEINTED LAWNS IN 

GREAT VARIETV. 

A 8PLKND1D STOCK OF OlXGUAMa 

ALSO 

BLACK AND RICH FANCY SILKS. 

MEN AND BOYS' SUMMER WEAR; 

BROADCLOTHS, BLACK & FANCY CASSIMERES, 
SATTINETS, AND SUMMER CLOTH*. 
ALSO 

a very large stock of 
h;osiery, glo^ es, 

AHD 

EM:BKOir>EBIES, 

PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, KTC, 

ALSO 

A LARGE STOCK OF 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BY THE PIECE OR PACKAGE FOB TUB 

COTJNXRY TRAr>E. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CARRYING THE 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AND THE 

XJjjiitea States IMail. 



The roadg are well stocked with first cla.^e 
horses, Concord Coaches, with carefUI and exp«- 
rienced drivers, all under the control of compe- 
tent agents. 



SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURES FROM SAINT PAUL . 

For Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, Reen •• 
Landing, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona and l.i 
Crosse— connecting with the LaCrosse and3l:i 
waukee Railroad — every morning at i \. M. 
For Stillwater— Daily, at 8 a. m. 
For Shakopee, Jordon, St. Lawrence, Boile 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse >'v: 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at 2. P. x- 
For Rosemount, Castle Rock, Northtield, Cat; 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Chnton Falls ant 
Owatonua, connecting at Owatonna, for W ilto . 
St. Mary's, 'Winnebago Agency and Mankaio 
Also for Kice Lake, Claremont, Wa.sioja, Man 
torv ille, Rochester, Chatlield, and Wiuona— DaUy 
at 4 A. M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlar.1i 
Monticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and .si. 
Cloud— Daily, at i> A. M. 

For Sauk Rapids, I'elle Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— Tuesday's, Thursday's and Satur- 
day's at 5 o'clock A. >i. 

For Richmond, Sank Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, J-oi • 
Aborcrombie— Monday's and Wednesday's at ^ 
o'clock A. m. 

F«r Sunrise, with connections for Superloi 
and Baytield— Monday's Wednesday's and *ii 
day's, at 7 o'clock A, M. 

For further particulars inquire at the Geneiu 
Office on Third i 

noT24-dly 



J. C. BURBANK & CO, 

Proprietors. 



COUNTRY MEKCUANT9 
Can purchase their Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

Wc Invite the attentlen of the ladies to our new 

styles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OUR JS:S-TIRK STOCK 

WILL BE 

SOLO FOR C>*.SH:, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 
The public are invited to visit 

OTJR NK^V STORK. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. 

aprSO^lly St. Panl. Minnesota. 



IVTERCHANTS' DISPATCH 
Fast Freight Line, 

OWNED AND MANAGED BY 

iL]MIGRICA.IC EXPRESS CO. 

All overcharges settled by J. C. & U. C. Bu 
bank & Co., Agents. 
New York office, IJi Murray street. 
Boston office, 69 Washington street. 
mari5-dly 

1862. 1862. 1862. 

Impox-tant to Shipperts. 



O-OtUce in Cone 'rt Hall, I iurd street. 

OKHt i; lloi Its tl lily from '.) a. m. to 2 r. >i. 
Sundavs Irom 2 to ;, i-. .M. J 

Address all c.inni micitions to DR. GAL'-^'."' 
■<A1N 

K 



S .v'l XI' PA t \.,J\} > NK.sorA. jai^ 

Tr B Y 'S COMBINED 



Reaper nn<l ^lo-wer. 

II. A rrrr &c(t"s 
TIIEESH 1 XG M.VCIHNES. 

We sre n"w solic ting orders for thealxive cele 
brated marl. in- s. _ 

Person.s in wsnf : re invited to examine th<nn at 
our store on Tl.ird street, as we le.?l contident 
onr terms aiid pries, as w"Il as the machine^ 
themselves, w:'l !>•* r.iiiiid s.-itisfacto'V. 

A general assonmeut of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on hand. 



Je27- 



XTre>LS fc PKAX. 



D 

r,r.A( K LEAD caucin' es. 

formal- at Wl.M'.-^ Pan-r, Tinand Rag War' 
House where you can buy Stove Pipe hve cents 
"-, hatTat oth.-r stores. Also, all kinds of sec- 
ond hand Merchandize, old Iron, Kags lead. 
Conner lia%i'-. stove, wanted. Cash Paid on 
del^^erv. Iwoand oue-half cents paid in g.M>ds 
forgoodCottou Ka.'r''.at v„.. .» 

* W FsT .^, on Robert-st., 

«'>r,.,r I^rge Stone P.iiilding. next to :i.l-«t. ^„ 
Hug. wanted-for wliich 4« per pound wdl be | ,^,^ 
Mink Traps for sale 



-pvUND.A.S BULLS' 

CELEBRATE! ) XX F^UIHA' FLOUR. 

For sal. in bbls. or sacks by 

F. h n. T. Be'l, iv^ir the AVinslow l,on»«> ; S 
k. I'utn'am, corner ;tdand .Market Sts. : r.eaumoni 
andtiordon, corn 'r "-tl and Ja^'k^■on Ste.; J. B. 
Slichter, comer ot Tth and Jackson Sts. 
Warranted the lest 

NX FAMILY FLOLK 
offered In this riKrket. Order* from Hotel p 
Bakers and other ' sliall have prompt attention 
and immediate delivery. 
' J. R. ARCHIBAT.n. 



JOII>r I>RIMROSE 

Manufacturer and Doaler in 

CABINET AND C II A III 

FUK>ri TXT Kill 

OF EVEUV VARIETY. 

Keeps coasUntly on hand a complete offfcrt- 
meut of 

PAIZLOR, 

cnAMBEa, 

DININtS-aOOM 
F XT R >r I T TJ R K , 

or ALL STYLES, A'HP OF 8UFKBIOR TVORK- 
MANSIIIF. 

Most of me Furniture Is of my own mannfac- 
tnrf, m^ide of thoroughly season-il re.nterial and 
e<iual to the be.st there isma-le in the i;. S. A. 

As a ninihle Fixi.ence is aiwavs bMter tlr.n a 
slow vhiiMi;:, I am .htermined to sell n very hjht 
shade aljovu post. Ever' tmdy is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call b<'fore jmrchu.-ing. 

»3-KKMEMI?ER PLACE: Stone Build, 
ine— Tiilrd Street—above the Bridge St. Paul 
Minn. ^'"'•-''"y 



At n meeing of the Dlr.Ttors of the Da'iiot.-i 
Land « ninpnny held nt their ofliii', St. Paul, .Ian- 
nary 'j:!. l.sCvi, nn assessine-.it of one dollar per 
siinr.'. was le\ i.'d on tin' Capital Stock of sail 
i oiii;.a:iy to be |>aid on or before the Olh day ol 
ilurcli next. 

ji'i.C-'.w T. B. CAMPBELL, .Secretary. 



now. 
ft. Paul. Xov. 17> 



J. 



WATSON WEBB, JR., 



II 



O L I D A Y 



BOOKS 



(Successor to W.iltcr W. Webb,) 

WHOLKSALK DEALEE IN 

FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS AND 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 
anl-tf Sir.LKY DLOCK, riUnD-ST. 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 

Great assortment of 

Photo^^apliic Album.s. 
ANNUALS. 

JIVENILEBOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Dissected Pictures. 
POrCTFOLIOS 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY r.OOKS. 

r.%frything in his line. 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EM. 



dec20 



paiu 



^UisccUaucous. 



S' 



S. ur.VENUE STAMPS, 



ci'nt.^. 




f. PAUL CHAIR FACTORY 
H. GALLP^Y. 

Manufacturer of 

Cane and AVood Seat 
CHAIRS- 

TIIE TR.VDE SUPPLIED. 

WABASHAW STREET, BET. 3TH & CrU, ST. PAUL 
Mi^N"t:«oTA. itny% 

ATAGNETIC 
Tac'lc Ilaiaiwers. 

If ron don't want to mash your fingers, buy one 
[or -k cents, at E. h II. \. ItKLL'S. 

(jy(r,..i is high. Buy a patent t'olfee Strainer; 
It clears the cotTee, and saves one third. Only 
•a cents. ^'■ *•■■ »• Y. HKLL. 

pa'.-nt I.iftera. Will lift evervthing hot off the 
jtuve. Without burning yo'ir fingers^ Only 25 



U. '^ 

All denominations, for sale at 

Tlio Tradori*' Bnnlc, 

Sortlncfit rornn- o/ Lnh' rud Clnrk Stre<lg, 

CUi'atlo, Illinois:. 
A discount of 2 p 'r cent, on all sums of $!00, and 
up to *.T<10: and >T ?, p«^r cent.on ail sums o( ^V)-) 
and npwanls, will be allowed, pnyable In stamps. 
All bankable fui ds received in payment »t )>ar. 
Packages will be forwarded by mail or express at 

the expense and risk of pnrcha-er. 

Vn5v2nr___ F. I. T IXKHAM. nWiier^ 

p^r\ b"a r r e e s 

— or — 
C A.TtJiOlS OIL. 

AL<0 A QUANTITY OK 

CraCAGO CREAM ALE. 

For sale bv .1 . C. ft TT. CRURBANK fc Co. _ 



P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of .Seventh and Olive streets,) 

IIA.S IN .VDDITION TO Hl.S NKW & FULL STOCK OK 

Oroceries Ac ProvisioMS, 

A cotripleto assortment of 
^UEENSWARF, LAMPS, ke. 
All of which will be sold at the lowest possIbU 



c 



^ A T A W B A B R A N D Y. 



j'he nnderslgnod having been appointed sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY 
For the State of Minm-sota, calls the attention of 
Physicians and the public to its medicinal quali- 
ties 

WALTER W. WEBB, 

St. Pan'. .T"''" " '"*•• '^''* ''*»" 



rates 



NEW PLATFORM SCALES. 



or Fairbanks' liest make, always correct and 
re!\dy for use. Those who have H»v, (Jrr.lno? 
Live Stock for sale can save m->ney hv petting It 



M 



ETAL WAREHOUSE. 



VANDERVOORT, PICKERSON & CO., 

I M POUTERS OK 

Till nate Sec, 



K. «c. H. Y.BELL. 



rp II E i: N D E R S I G N E D , 

DKALF.RS IX 

I»orlc, Oraiii, Groeorien 
and Provision!*!. 

Invi'e their friends and buyers genernlly to call 
unon them in « astner's Building, Fo-uth street 
above Jackson, wliere will be found, St,m' < ared 
Hams and Sho, hlers : Urd by the jar, lirkin or 
barrel- Beef, ( orned and Dried; OatsaiuUorn, 
and a general s ork of Clioice Groceries, and all 
at the verv low. -St rates. ,,. . 

'^ The highest price paid f«r.r?;;Vp it iTl'iYT 
janl.T-2m* ^KA^.^.^ &. iioi i. 



HORACE E. Bir.r.LOW. OLIVER DALRVMPLK. 

BIGELOW & D.VJ.RYMPLE, 

AXTORNEYS ANDCOU>'SELIX)RS AT LAW, 
St. Paul, IVtinnessota. 

WiU attend particulariy to collectiens through- 
out the State ; and, until their payment by the 
Government, will give especial attention to the 
prosecution and settlement of claims of INDEM- 
NITY FOR STOrX DEPRED ATIONS. s'W-r'.m 



AND DEALERS IN 


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AGENTS FOR 


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II O It' E ' « 


STOCK. 


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IM PROVED 

SCALES 


lf»0 and 201 Ranilul 


pii>Ht., Chicuero. 


decl3-Gin 


p. O. Box .1107. 



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AX DEEDS 



^EW goods:- NEW GOODS! 

JUST RECEIVED. 
DRY GOODS AT GREAT B.\RGAINS, 

Splendid chance to purcliasc Holiday Presents at 

SMITH & TAYLOR'S, 

*• Clieap Caslk Store," 

TniRD.STREET, NEXT DOOR TO THE N. W. 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

Wc have on hand a choice lot^of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS. 

the cheapest in the market. 
SONTAGS, NUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARFS. 

In great variety of stylos and colors, 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unequalled. in this city, consisting In part of 

SrT.ESDW FRESCn MCRIXOES, 

of the best make, in all colors. 

ALL WOOL RERS, 

PLAIN AND FIGURED UNION REPS, 

Plain and Figured Delaines, Mottled Cloths, Em- 
press CloUis, Valencia Plaids, &c., tc. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dress Goods. 

Also choice patterns of Flannel Sheetings. 

All kinds of White and Colored 



AT WHOLESALE. 

A large assortment of New Style 

Hoods. aS'nbias, 

Sontasrs anU Comforters, 

ALSO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

WOOL SOCKS, 
Buck G^loves «Sc Mittens, 

Having a surplus of these goods we 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGAINS, 

Hoeran & Camp. 



nov29 



C AK PETS. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

GARRETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAF. 

I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH BTJG13EE, 

THIRD-ST., ABOVE THE BRIDGE, 

JeclC-nm ST. PAIX^IINXESOTA^ 

C 

MANKATO, 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. ra« 
for the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE RAILROAD 

AND ALSO FOB THK 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS, 

Would respectfully call your attention to the *• 
perior advantages offered by them over any othe.- 

competing line. 

Tlirougli 5 Contract* 

Will be given to all pointa East, 

ALL CLAIMS FOR 

OVERCHARGES OR DAMAGES. 

Will be settled upon presenUtion. 

WE HAVE ALSO THE AGENCY OF 

DAVIDSON^S LINE OF STEAJ^IEP.r, 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The La Crosse and Milwaukee Line receive an t 

forward all freight free OF warbhou.sk 

CHARGES AT ST. PAUL. 

MERCHANTS who design visiting the East lor 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain Fui i. 

PARTICULARS. 

J. C. &. H. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. Paul. Feb. 20. 1862. feb2f>-d&wly^ 

1 nn RK^'S SUGAR HOUSE, GOi.- 

I Vy Vy den and Ambre. a choice article, at 
.I.e. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 

LARGE STOCK OF FINE L: 

quors and Cigars, which wc offer at price. 
that wUl i°^"y/«,!'.'fe IL ct'BURBANK U Co.' s 

QOn RI5LS. ASSORTED WHlr> 

OV-f V^ kev, for snlent 

.I.e. & il. C. BURBANK & Co.'* 



Onn WHOLE.IIALF AND QUAl;^ 

fj\J\J ter boxes Raisins, crop of W> , at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 



on BP'I^S. STUARTS BEST HO?- 

^\J ev Syrup, a choice article, for table use at 
.T. C. & H. C. BURBAX K & Co.'s. 



TO?^ PACKAGES ASSORTED 

X^O Fruits, consisting of Plums, Prune- 
Currantsand Citron, aU new crop, for sale a: 
prices to Huit the^times. ^ j^^.^„^,,^ ^ ^o.'s 



L I F T O N HOUSE, 

. . . MINNESOTA. 



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A R INE B A N K 



Organized und.T t'le Ceneral Banking Law of 
Minnesota. 

0.:'.TlRRELL,Cas;iier. C.K.WELLS,Pres't. 
«irOffice in Coulter's Block, .Tackson Str.-ef, 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 

Have now on hand the latest and best form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Leeislature, and in "onformity 
with all their n-quisltions, and is prepared ny .ae 
State authorities *- v ^ j 

Price 60 cents p^r doren, or 93 per hundred. 



This House Is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and is among the largest in the Minne- 
sota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEWLY FURN^SHED, 

And the proprietor, from long experience in the 
business, flatters himself that he will be able to 
satisfy the traveling public. 

j»-CnARGES MODERATE. ,er 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Mankato, Minn., April 2<»th. 18fi2. 



-I f^i-^ BOXES W. R. CHEESE; A 

I OV/ prime article, at low figures, at 

J.C.&H.C. BURBANK St Co.'s 



50 



i-^.VSlI PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BARLEY, OATS nnd CORN, and DRESSED 

HO(;s, lit my W^irchouse lj,per LiM-ee St Paul. 

dec21-t*' ALBLuT iU'CAK'r.M.. 



St. Paul. 



declivrim 




DR. DkMONTUEVILLE, 



\ cents wanted to canvass the State for the 
at)..\e i-.rticles. A smart man can make big wages, 
for {>*rticular9, address, en^closing «,jamp«^, ^^ 

Sole Agents for Minnesota. 
.St. Panl. July 11th. is<>2. Jt"-«>'^- 

ONEY TO LOAN. 

OOOD COLLATERAL SECURITY REQUIRED 
• II E. BAKER k CO., Auctioneers, 
On ThirU-«t.. second door from .lackson-sf. 
j»n4 St. Paul, MlnnesoU. 



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ATTORNEY >VND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
8T. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
REKFEBKNCnS : 

Hon . George Opdyke ■ • • ^'"^^^I^S.^l 

John (J. Tread iJ^ll ^ hany. New ^ork 

Hon. Amos D. an, L. L. 0;--^^^*''l\^'Z}vu 

Hon. R. A. Lhw,.. vV'' .rohin 

Geo. S. Bland aM Cincinnati , Ohio 

Chase, McKIn ley and Moors Boston 

lelldaoUiak <rlr w 



SAINT PAUL - - 

i.in2Jly 



D TC N- T I S T , 

1 Block.) 

. - MINN'i:.SOTA. I iota' 



A F. KNIGHT, 

* ARCHITECT. 

Will furnish designs.Plans.Details.Specifications 
and F.sllmates for buildings of everv kind, got up 
in the best stvle for the reduced price ol one per 
c<-nt on estimated cost, and will, if required, su- 
perintend the erection of the same, both in the 



IT L A ?5" TSr K L , 

Great Bargains In Bleached and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic Goods, Hosiery, 

Gloves, Ladies' and Gentlemen's 

Wrappers and Drawers, Hoop Skirts, Corsets, &c. 

All of whicli we will sell 

for cash at figures to suit the closest buyers. 

J8CJ- Call and examine for yourselves, at 

The Clieap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR, 

decCS ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 




F A I R B A N K ' S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 



GRANTS PATENT FANNLM. 

Mills for sale at maniifarfnrer's prices, .t 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 

^^iTwTLlTFlND ONEOFTliK 

largest and best selected stocks of Gro-.i' 
ios in the West, at the warehouse of 
•*^*dec It! J C. & H. 0. BintBANJC^o. 

TOrTn T E R S ' INKS. 



All sorts, kinds, and color*, from the celebratct 
mknufactory of J. E. Wade, New 1 ork, for fa!- 

''c{e"?rf '"'""j.'r'T/l.'i?: BURBANK & CO. 



/I ork BOXES ASSORTED 'J«> 
^^\J bacco, comprising aU the favori-e 



brands, at 






or ALL KINDS. 

Also, WarehouseTrucks, Lette: 
___^^ Presses, &c., &c. 

FAIRBANKS, GREEN LEA F & CO., 

172 Lake Street, Chicago. „ ^ ^^ 
For sale m St. Paul, by J. C. &H.C. Burban»fc 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.> 



Co. 
rl 

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Bp roroftil to hnr otiIv th" gennlnP Pl4-d»n 

AL ME R ' S P U R E 



Krk DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS I 

OV/ steel Axes. Also 30 dozen Red Rp-. 
Axes: also 25 Boxes assorted Blued lacks, tii - 
quali ty, at ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ BURBANK fc Co .'s 

• ECEIVED ON C'ONSIGNMEN I . 

\i 4,C( 
ND- 1 

mySltf 

E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

large supply of Western Uesekv^. 

Ch-kse which we offer low for cash. 



RECEIVED ON CONSlGiNAlJ%M . 
4.C0nP.^LNDSD!:iED PKAnir-S, »n<l ".'"" 

PoI^D: DRIED APFU.^. .0 h^«^- '-(SV:" 



fitvnndconntrv, at e.iually low rates. Office in 
Fn-nch's Block, Third street, St. Paul, Minn e 

my8-ftm 



E N T I S T R Y 



A >U:S' EXTRA SUGAR CURED 

H ^]M[ S , 

S. K. PUTNAM. 



I''or sale by 
•16 



APPLES! APPLES! 

75 barrels choice, just received and for sale low 
by 8. K. PUTNAM, 

rner Third and Market streeti. 



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D 

DR. BOWMAN, having taken raf^ in fhe 
Winslow House, willgive hisattentl^nfo all who 
mav desire his professi.mal s.-rvices. 

Although a comiiaratlve stranger, yet the I>r. 
Is confident that, guided by the «'"n.P['""P^«i^ 
justice and equity-courteous and faithful manip- 
ulation, he may win the confidence of^ all. 

Dr B intends his operations shall rank only 
with other first-class operators. . . .„^ . 

as- Anaesthetics judiciously administered. 

«- Office hour, from S a. M. jo^S^^^kN, 

JanlWm ' ^'^'^'>'^^' 



V I N E G A. H . 

This is the kind of Vinegar that should be need 
by all housekeepers for 

i»ick3:.b:s 

ASD THE 

TA-BHiK . 

It is warranted pure and wholesome, and to 
give perfect saUsfacUon wherever used. Try it, 
AND YOU WILL HAVE NO OTHER. 

For sale at our works on Sibley street, and by 
•11 grocers who have In eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS FOR SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS h. CO. 



J. C. & U. C. BURBANK k. CO. 



lyrERRILL IS PAYING CASH FOR 

Oid Papers of every kind, old Books of "^/^IT «{,••: 
scriptio^, Reading, Blank o^, •^^^""VK-"?'^ 
Pamphlets. Paper P.ags wanted at MERM 
Hurry them along and get the cash. fcb3-( 



ILL'S 
d&*-tf 



jea 
rpo MY FRIENDS & PATRON b. 

Having engaged my services to the Messrs. .». 
r & 1 C Burbank & Co., corner Levee and b- .' 
leV stiwts', Ii^ay IK? fouml in the AVbolesa e G. »^ 
STry D^iar'tment, where it will afford me pleas.. • 
tr» Be4> mv old customers once more. 

W^sTaUave a large and well selected sto. C 

«f .r«J. 1 suallv kept In our line, on hand, wlih * 

?i?^ctVullv ask youto examine before purcli« - 

nce^TewHe^ Uope to merit for the hons. 4 

Son at TeTst of that !«*[""«?«' >["» ^''^ *''■ ' • 

t^fore so liberally be''««-*t"TARPENTEUK 
mars ■ 

YNDIaN WAli iilPLEMEN TS. 

The undersigned are Agent « for 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 
Broeoh Loading J^rmy Carl>iiie«i, 

The most perfect and most convenient bwcli 
^dirgVitrin use. Orders received at our office 
where a sample may bj -^^^^^^^ k CO. 



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THE SAIXT PAUL PRESS, SATaPvDAY, FEBRaAli^iT 



14, 18G3. 



{dnitinied f.omjlnt pc^rc.) 

Mr. r..wvii. As lova! as liic Senator 
IVom ^lasno. 

Mr. Fi'ssi'M'l* n saiu lie tii 1 not dismito 
it, oi ly tliiv ilitlVrn! in their luoiK':? v\ 
liatriiv^ ilown the ri-bt'llion. 

LATEU rnOli KICJ «>!»!:. 

M:>v Vor.K, Fi.'l<. i:?. 
The folltnvi:i;j; is an :il<strai-t of tlv 
.stoanior"^ mn > : 

Fi!AN< 1 :.— Tiu^ iHvr AriluMsliop ol IV 

not loliiiii;:; ":"r.'.!i'-<' in moiliat ii-n. 

'I'lie Unit .>! li.'' >tiiatc"s a«lilri-ss to 
!'. ■ lliiijuTor. f\j>rO!-.-ts rop-ft t!iaf tho 
i.ri'|n>>:il> ol I'ramv lor i;uiii::tiv'i'' woro 
though premarure l«y otlu-r powers. 

i t.o bonrst' i^' lu-aw. 

K\.:i vM>.— riic l.on.I'n f;.'.AVnotKV.<, 
;i> ill..' 11!.-; int.rc'tiiii: point in.\inorii"Ui 
•..<\\<, a ur.nviii.; !<i'li!'i: i" KiolmioTHl. 
N",\v Vorlv. ;sn.i Wa.-liinuton, lavoml'lf 
to ;io:;\'i;.;:: .^ ^or tlio m tlKnu-ut ol ilil- 
iii ultit'-. 

1 ;.. >'n)'piii^f 'iazdte remarks: — 
••SLouM t!t' !';:i;'oror"s ]>roposal l>e re- 
it- teii. as it !.a- \ <.cn aT>])areritly. tliere is 
; .1 one ahiriKitive. ami I'aat is to reroj:- 
jASc til.' Siif.t'i. ami raise tiie b!oeka<le. 
ir sii.'.v I'l' t.iivin lor jrrantoJ that the 
I lien a ni'i:oti.iti>'iis will be rejeeteil. ami 
I'.at compnUt-^rv measures of hostilities, 
■ r luariiiiui v.ar with the North will lol- 

l.iW." 

The f?.;:. ■' a.l l> .—••Can Knjjlaml af- 
t.ir i to It t l!if l-tv!ieh r.mperor proeeeil 
' .r .■. or is he aeliii;^ on an nndenHaml- 
vtii her Majesty's ilovernnient ?"' 

I'nu.ii ir"«««T «:-:*« .noxssoK. 

F 'n.-iir-s M.»xr..'K. IVb. II. 
In ret^lv to a licniaiul made for the 



THE C:5 I TJY. 

NoTin:. — The fiin>Tal senuon of Mrs. 
Cook, late wife at' liufns Cook, will be 
preaeiiotl at Tlyniontli Cluireh on Suiulay 
n'.ominc:, at lUi oMoek, by Kov. Mr. 
Ilawhy. 

TiiK Wkatiikb, which has been very 
pleasant ami bright ft r a number of days, 
ve<tcrdav ehangeil, and wc were greeted 
with a drizzlinj; shower, whieh eontiniieil 
!lir several hours during the afternoon 
and eveainj;. 

TMit O'Hrikn's I.KCTi'KK. — Inp;ersoirs 

Hall was well lilled last iiijxht. to hoar 

I>illon 0'I?rien*» l.oeture on •• ihnnbuj;." 

The leeturer handled his .<!ubieet well, 

and his witty thrusts at the many hnin- 

bnj;s of the aj:e were well received. Mr. 

OT.. introduces anuiubcrof pathetic and 

feelinir passa<jes into his lectures, wliich 
contra.-*: well with tin humorous portions 
ol the discourse. 

iMroui'ANr run nil'. Fakmkks. — .J. 
S. Reynolds, at his well-known Ware- 
hi'usi' at the Upper levee, agrees to <;ive 
tree stora;;e to wheat, and advance for 
the same within ten .ents of the market 
price, and purchase ibc wheat whenever 
tliey wish, at the market price. This 
pves th ^ farmer ev.rv chance, and no 
risk. The pt)pular Win. 1). Rogers will 
ho found in the olliee. 



THE "YELLOW BOOK." 



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Tli« Orucll .llinintoi's VUiC tu Itiik' 
luoitd. 



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Ax Ursjrr. — A er.rtless driver, who 
ni i'lurrr.I r.miy ollicers. Col. i was in charge of a r^leigh containing a 
Lillow. I'tiit. 1 States Couunissioner. | couple of ladies, managed to upset the 
)• clvcd iulornuitiou t!iat all Federal oiii- I ^^j^^^|^. ^.^neern vesterdav morning, while 

I.:- cinturtd i t tore till' lltn ol Pecem- I . . ,,,,'. , ^' . . 

,;. >::. fa, ,:.•..: MelV l>:ni»-procla- I '•'"'""- '"^^' ^"''■'^ ^fect m..r the post 
,mu:.'!i .1 1- ';aiiai.>:i, would be innnedi- olllce. For a moment there was a con- 



:it Iv rcli-.i>c'!. All sutlers, tlcrks, and 
i;«.ivtrn!nviu employees, confiiuil in Kirli- 
iu.eid. .11- • nlea^etl and liave arriv. d Iivn- 



The L\n<'h;i 
fujh'wiiig. daft 

The latest r 

' ' ■'.;■• ri : 'I'l ■ 

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''. ■H-i'H has the 
: ■. Fe'.. -hh: 
i;, onnatiiui from 
it seven gunboat> j 

■.:. ' is now wit'uln 



fused pile of fur*, laces, linen, balnior- 
als, gaiters, robes and crinoline, but for- 
tunately when tlie ma^s was straiglitenetl 
oat, it was Ibuiul that no damage was 
done. 



LrcnnKs AT Mixnf.apoms. — A notice 
of W. \V. King's last lecture at Minne- 
apolis. "Tlie age and the woman," last 



. IN r 



wiiS calkil to i>.'<l'i' '•. 
11. m. H. A..XVVI1 ., 

I'riiVvTl.r t!i'' C'.', ■ 



loir l'< t of l:i:h v.'ater mark. 

ArtiibTvh:>> b.c! r.ii.-.dat all station^ , .,, ,.i » i • r , 

, , M • • , .^r.ii r .Ilr.^nil I '"i^ht, dil uot reach iH in season fur i)ub- 

oi tLo Meii!' - .... v --tOii ii.tiiroaa. 1 ■ . . ^ * 

..._».«.,__..«-MP<Bn« I lication in yesterday'..- paper. 

Legislature of Minnesota, i -^-^ ^^r. King has now concluded his 

^ course at Minneapolis, wliich has elicited 

F" 1 1'' Til cs !■'. .S S I O ZV. ; great prai.-e from all who heanl his lec- 

. „ _ turcs, woulil it not be well lor some 

, , .„ association here to iccnre a couple ol 

I,. I.hmr.rT l.^. ... 

la 't : • ;i.lj.>urTuiiciit nii<l | b'clures from hiiu before spring closes 
t:: ; r;v.»iuei.t, pro /v; . ji,^. b-cfurc scason. 

I XKW.'iON's Skatini; Pauk. — Captan 

Mr. SWIFT. fr.MiitliMMmmitt'VOTi th.>.Ii-li- ; -v-.-wson info'ins ns tint hp J.t< -xn i. p 
elarv,ri.p..r'e.ltarfiin«"Setiat.'lii:in.;aiinst..tl..- '''«-«='^'» miu.msus tn.ai ne lias an j. e 

Ir.vi- "of •'»!■!►•«!•>' in certain criniiiial j>r<»fi''-»!ir>(;s 

:..r>ri' ju*iii''-» •>»" t'l.' p-*ac*\ witii an ameiKinieiit, 

mil rw'emiii'^n.livl i*-* ta.«*4ir»'. 

Mr. X x>l[. from tU..- siAiiu- l^»^IK>itt<>^■•. rei»<irti'.J 
luck \vit!i a f.u "ra'i'i' r. ou::iin»'n.!a*:'>'i tlie >>' nar*' 
bill to aril tt.i .jii't-r rr< of the .Sessioa I.aws cf 
iMi<, r.'!-uifii; t.i rr.,<'-.;ite .lui?;,'.'*. 

Mr. 3Ii 1 i.'K!'.. lV.>;n tin- «ani«> comniittro. rc- 
jiorr.' 1 t-.i-'v \\;:!i :■- I'lvonbla r.'.-i>ntTTit'!i.;ai..n 
tU" House bill t> ani'iui i''iu|.ti>r I'..' of tli-' co:i;- 
t»;l»-<1 »ta'ntt'<. r.'!.elii..r to !'• t t .'iin>r-. 
' V[;-. ir.'. \.T-»V. f -iMi i.i ■ S-1 -i-t ronim!tt>".> to 
V :i.,iii «a^ rKVrio.I tli- s,i.:e.. i-ii: t;,r :i:i :5.>r t» ] i-Qjues rough from nseoranv other cause. 

.-,« o' H.Tin.'j i:i cKinrr M tiT.j.ri.p;i I'e tvrtain | if t:tn be pared Oil' again in a few hours. 
;ii -.i.rrc, an i t.> pav "ml e;vri«*.'l tli» oiir«tfin4linfr I , . . r ..i i . , • 

in.«*t.l riso tnAn^hin rf .■^t. Aiitliuny. n^ j leaving it new lor the next day s skatuig. 
■ n>tiiTi was orjr.uiiz«'"i pri'^r to A^tW l.«t. 1 'iM. <',„» :..(^_...„ .. .i _. i ' i 

. r. ;..'rT-.\ th.> ^a.ue M.k, u.i 1 r--cium.'n.l.- ! ^ he (. apt. inlorms uj th.it large numbers 

<ji citizens fre<juent tl e Lake every day. 



scraper, whi.-h is propelled by two hoi 
ses. anil shaves Oil' th* rough surfaeejof 
the i<e. miking it smooth and glassy as 
cry-v-tal. This is purely an iilea ofCapt. 
X's.. and he should si»cure it bj- letters 
patent. The advant iges of the instru- 
ment are, that whenever the surface be- 



i;« iinracliU'' in--'ag-*. Tii.' rcpiTt was ailopttvl. 
. n.| tU ■ rui. - t.>.-i' ;: -•.I'P'Mi.'fil iLiT'-'io'. lIi" ■'!!! 
u ,1- rial a t'lir.l time ami pa^-<' i. 

>Ir. 1».\M". fr.im Tli-> <.>-rniitt.'.^ on I- • t". : 
Improvi-meiit.*, n^porti-il back thf Hoi'* ■ bili /' r 
t*it. ro:i-(r..iti'->n of a !>ri'!^i> o\>t ilit> HIi;,' K 'irh 
liivrr. on th»' Minnesota an-l Bi.:: Si.mx roa\. 
with an amr.ninu-nt, and rt:'cumiii''mled thf j.a-- 

-,...• . r;' : ;■' 

i: . • . ; > . •; AiriiTi.iw. 

r ■ ■;..-ii'it!i >iit- I'f t!ie H.111-." t.> tin- Sonntf' 

' lii'i;.' anotluT Uian! >if .^tuti" Aiirtitors I'nr 

-tiii'iit of til" vein .iiii;:-.r outrtaiidiii}; 

I'liii-'t tUf Stat", nil actiuiit of I'Vji'.n^.'.* 

... : i-'i ill thf jiuttin; tl.ivrn of tli«. Sioii\ r::'. 1. 

rhf» i!i-cr,-*i.>n on tlii* p.>nrrii-r"!i".. r-irh tlie'f> 
iiiii iKlnu'iit-. •x-ciit.i'"'. t!i.' fm>'.' ..(' t'l-- St-naii- 1 .-tock.ade 
" iriiiST 111 ' enrit'T part of of tU.- -ittirL', but th.-y 



Fno.M Ai.EXAXDui>..— IJy a note from 
W. W.Defoe, of tbo Marshall (iuard>, 
stationed at Alexandria, we learn that 
t!iat Company are now engaged in erect- 
ing stables and other buildings, and have 
nearly eomjileted si elter for about N> 
h.>r?"- . They will so ju commence on the 
loitification.s of the town, which is to lie a 

He savs that three or four 
;iip Jii ' enrit'T part ot ot tif -ittirir, t)u: tti'-y I , •. 

V T-- Tini'v i-'l :;t!<.pti-it. with o:i.> or two f.xc.'jj- I Limihes who are livin ^ there, will take up 

li ;; • ::-■ .■?. uat ! a.ijourncJ. .. • .i i i i • • 

j ijuartcrs in tlie stockade as soon as it is 

CJinphted, thus putting all things in a 

leneible condition cr« spnnjj. 

--- - ««» 

Si. VaI-KXTim/s Dav. — The youths 

l!v Mr. <A>Ii'iiKI.L.n 1 il' to ariionil th<' act | and niaiiL-ns of St. I'.uil must not forget 
• ■-raldi-hhiL' tl;.- -tat.' I.an-l < KTioc, n-ir.tiiig to ibt> 
.-.;!■• .<fSclio.ll i.aii«i*. 

Ilv Mr. .M.IJKATII. ;.. run.ii.i t'lp < . uutv f>r- 
jrnn!.!atioii .\..t, rfiatin " ••> th.- auiiiiil ^ta:«-iii. lit 
ol '••..iintv a't".iir> in tli • uiontli of .MarL*!i. 

11-. Mr. iJKI-KI.V.a !..;11 to aiufiid tliaptcr JO" 
f.f til'.' cortipil.-d statut.'-, rt-iatin.f to tin- niiuisfi'- 
liif?i't ofd ■iVti'Iant*. a-l.!in'.r a.lilili.iiial ^cotion-;, 
|»r<ivi llavrf.ir C!ju!i--1 lor u.-f inLiuti uml.-T c-r- 
tain fi-Cdin-taii'---. ] 

By .^Ir. .Vl'.>Ti\. a bin in r.-I.i'ioii t, ci-rtaia 
c'.junty olJJj.Ts ill II.'Tin.-piii oo'intv. 

!:.;.-. IN^II'MIAIIO.V. 



IlMi;-!: oFlUEI'itF-^ENTATIVI.S 

.•^! . '.'Afi.. IVbruary n. 

T1m» lIoiHi' met .r. :.i ■ .. '..i; Iiuiir. rnivii- b.- 
t*i- ihajbiti. 

inr.i.s in;;-, .i . kd. 



tiiat toviay is the anniversary of St. V.il- 
entine, who seems t i be the patron of 
luve-Ietter writers. Ot'courdc every vouu" 
gent and maiden will end his sweet-heart 
a tender billetdou.x, lull of verses pour- 
i.ig out the " phelinx " of his ** buzzum." 
And .as usual hundrei s of persons will re- 

n-. KK !iv::i„-,N- m .v..,i ... ro..„,i,i..ratioT, 1 '''''''''' ' •"'''•^tures ami burlesques, some of 
of th • v..[f bv \viii.;h th" bill proviiiing ior a poll them hideous .ind vulvar in the e.xtronie 
tax wa-i pa-s.'.l v.--'.riVf . i i • 

Att.-r ■ o:i-i.l ra!'!.' rillibur t«'rin?, th<« motion to | — ^ custom that shou d ci-ase, as there is 

'^>?;:l-i,\r?n-in;:;U:-;M::u;^i^^^^^^^ i»tho low -eomie 

i\"'"\-'l!>ck''w';aViV'w^ to-n.ur.o\v,at Valentines" which .ir • so often seen on 

Th- f|U"-.itioii thi'ii coiaiii'' up on th" fiiinl ]:^<- ■ this day. 

-5." of th- bill, tliore Wi-r." ycL-: •.•■,', uays j", .--ij ' 

tho bill pjsi.-.i. 

s K •: \ T i: .\ ^r i; m > :.r k.\t5. 

Til.' ami'nilni.'iit to t!n> in'Mnori.il to tin' .•^tatf 
of Wi-CMisiii. fir th.^ ci's-ioii of a part of I»ni.^. 
las ounty to tliis itate, was uoii-cuiic.rrt-il iu by 
\.-as ('., nay, J .".j. 

i:amsi:v t i.iNTV tax nii.i.. 

.Mr. KTDIlKlt niov*-.! to tak<' from th.' tat.!.- tii.^ 
r.-port of tin- <".>ni'nitt>-f of tin- Wliol.. ou th<» 
Kam— V county tix biil, aii<l on Hk- motion t icro 
vv*-rc yea^ Vi, uav-. !1. 

rh.^ .) u-siion r.-c rrin? upon tli^ ailopiion of 
Ilif rt'poit lit tin- < 'o;niiiit'.'.", wbi..!i \v:is to lav tiio 
bill on t!i- f.ibl.', Mr. Ki''l<>r mov.-il to .•itriki- nnt 
tliH aiiiei! Ini nt of Mr. .''.li:.-!..'!'* providinj; for a 
ri--iiitbiir>.'iu. iitof . .\.;...-,stir ta.Ki'ipaid bv prunitit 
tax-T>ayi'r«. 

Alt.'icoii-.i.b'rabl.'<li-'.iv ,i,,.,.tliovotu wastakf-M 
upon 3Ir. Kitbl'i'* m-jliou, anl lost, by m-.h i;»; 

M.-. ICriiUKit tli'"n mrivv ) toamon't tlifrrpo.'f, 
hv r '<'.nii:n 'luluiff lliat l ln' bill sii.juiii pa.-..-, wliic!i 
Wi* I'l.-t, bv ji-a- i'i; nays •_•!. 

I!i.' roport of t'l"' CouiTnittco of the Who"..' w.as 
atlopteii, an. I tin' bill lai'l upon t:ii> tabic. 

.SKXATi: KIl.I.H IN rifHiUlSS. 

A bi!I to provi.I ■ f >r lii » piiWiMti'in and ilis'ri- 
bation of tin* (b-cisioii* of tb.* K-Xi-cutiv.- D.'OMr'- 
iii'nt on til.' ■■ liool and ta.x laws. K.-.-nl a t.'iird 
tinif a'ld pi--r"t. 

A bi!i t.j autlio.-izp Vr.ink Iv.'.i to i-stab'Nh a 
F.'rrv :i,.'ro-> tli-* .Mi«i8li«ippi Kiv.-r at Ui:(l \Vi:i;». 
It.-ad a tbi.-J tliDL', and on uiuiion l.iid on tlio 
tat>l h ;.- ) t-.is •,'.), ii;i , s 'J. 

A bill to am •nJcbaritiTPi.'i of tli.'''ifn.'r;tl Laws 
of 1-1.1, r.'latiiij? to (fxintv t ornini-<sio!ier*, pro- 
vi linS for til' C.itnini.ii.ionir e'.-i-ti-d on f."inTal 
tii"k'-l to hold hi< ollico for on«« vear. Itoad a 
tiiird tiin > an-l laid nsxiii tiio tablt*. " 

iii'i'.s!; :-.!i.;.-i in- riioor.Kss. 

A bill to fxtiiul th..' tini- forth" corc.-ti.jn of 
tax*'-* in Mt-irn^ « ounty, >v.!s r-a-l a .h.-i-ouii and 
third time under a -uip.'n.>iv>n of th" rul..-5, and 
lA-.-i-*!. 

I:i:s ii.i rio.vo. 

Mr. Vv'OOD oircn-d a ro.<olnlion, thr.t f om and 
:if:t-r to-day, tiii-. H.ilim.- will inm-t at nine o'clock 
iii the niornin;;. J^o.-t, U yea.-', nays is. 

srATK. nxAiin <>;■ aliutok.s isii.l. 

riie .Spiiat*' r.-turiicd tlii.s IdU wiih it* non-con- 
c irrcnco in ci-r;ain am>'ndini-nl''. On tJi<- i|i..'.s- 
tiou of riv-.'diiij; Iroin the anit-ndiiK'tit exti-iiuing 
tht* tfni'Vfor th"' tt-riidiiaiiou of tlie coiiwui.>siou 
to th» l-»tli of .Viiril, t.'ie iluuju rcfusuJ to ri.'oeUc 
by yeaa a, nays •; >. 

i>n tin- fjiH-stion of rcc^dlnj; from th" amend- I 
iiii-nl providiri;: for two cl.ik>. to thi! ll-jard, tbi^ 
Hou-".- aijri-ed to rec^'d-', 'uy a vole of yeas iJ, 
uav-. 1^. 

i'htf .S>'n«t«' nme:ldI^»nt.^ to t)ie House amend- 



r'lLt! i: Coiin. — An individual rejoic- 
ing in the uncommon and seldom-heard-of 
name of "Jones,"' wis yesterday arrest- 
ed at the instance of a countryman, who 
charged him with defrauding him out of 
.*1'>. The countryman stated that ".Jones" 
purchased a hog of h in, which amounted 
to three or four dolla'"s, and gave him in 
payment therefor a b 11 on the " Brown- 
vi'de iJatik," of Xebr iska Territory, re- 
ceiving si.\ or seven dollars in gooil mon- 
ey as change. The * IJrownville Hank," 
11 wild cat conreni, CNploded several years 
sin.-e, a> the country nan soon learned to 
his sorrow. Alter nnieh search "Mr. 
JuiK s" was found, but denied haviu'^ ^iv- 
en hiiii .|inv .siu-h bill, or any other^inan. 
It i.s either a case of niistuken identitv, or 
sonv-thing else, which Esri. Gibbs will un- 
ravel to-day. 

«• • 

TiFK ( inrrKw.v ( mEK.s.— On Thurs- 
day night, four more of these ehiefj came 
down to join the council .it the American 
House. They repre.-ent the bands about 
Inkc V.'iiinebagoshi h. They were in 
charge of Mr. AVhitehead, a 'trader at 
Leech Lake. 

Five mo.-c chiefr, IIole-in-lhc-Day, 
llice-maker, Kag-w.i-dosh, Pe-dod, and 
Manomlne-c.a.sy, all of the Mille Lac 
bands, are expected town to-night. This 
makes twenty-two altogether. 

}.lr. Tliompson, our Indian Superin- 
tendent, having receiv e«l instructions from 
the In lian Dejiartment at Wa.shiiigton, to 
bring on the ehiels to make a treaty there, 
will leave on the LaCrosse stage, this 
morning, with nine of them. The others 



will follow as last as possible. 

T!ie fhippewas, i otwithst.nding their 

^ _^ .,..„.,^ apparent frientllinesi for the whites, are 

mint of section 11, were lonciirred in, with an ; much disaflected. It is to be hoped that 

uu-cndniHut. , . ,, 1 1 .i I this journey — bv removing their chiefs for 

A motion wa« hero male to adjourn, and lost by | .,.^,,„., /•• ,„ .-. .. ,.,. , „^ y* ,' . •■"•»:»» »wr 
\e-4-s I'.', nays 21. '' ^'^'^"o 1 irom the re:.eh of bad mflnenceii 

■ \ citil of'ih»; House was tlu'n had, ai'top whii-h | — will have a good efTect on the Tribe 
further proceedings under the c^all were disp-n.sed and break UD auv wrong scheme if such 
vvith andanoth.'rin.>tiou ioadiourawasudoptcd . f • ' ""*> "-"i^u"-, U SUtU 

by "taV-'i, navi vj. * a^ *>«» foot, that tUev may be lueUitating. 



.vriuiKR Tl) Tii«>iv::xKr.. 

Wa.siiixi;i<)N, April :?->, l.S'.Ji.'. — r.Ion- 
sieur Le Ministre — i, to-d.iy, give an 
account of the results ol my excursion 
to liichnnuul. 1 went from Vrashington 
on lioanl tlie (.Jessendi directly to I'or- 
tres.s Monroe, where I stoppeil only Kuig 
enough to pay a visit to (Jeneral AVooI 
and Commodore (lolpsborough. who com- 
mand at this point the Fideral lorces on 
land and sea. From Fortress Monroe 
the (Jassendi carried me to Norfolk, 
where she arrived at ni-htlall. so as to 
prevent every kind of embarias>ing «lc- 
inonstration. The same evmiiig 1 saw 
(Jen. linger, who commands that .Military 
Depart incut, and at my rei]iie>t lie had 
I he politeness to forward to Itiehniond 
the loltowiiig telcirrai>hic dispatch : 

" M. Mercier, .^fini>tiT of France, i-i here. He 
de>ires to vitit Uiehiii.Mid in a private c.pai-ity, if 
it i-i ai,'ri-eabU' to \ou." 

.V lavorable response havinr; In-en given 
I repaired to llichmond. My tirst vi.«it 
was to Mr. r>enja.ii:n. Secretary ol State, 
whom I had known wlien he represented 
Louisiana in t'le I'nile I .Siatts Scn.-ite. 
1 saitl to him that the purpose ol r.~,y jour- 
no was merely to assure myself, lor my- 
self, (d the true coniHtion o; tilings; and 
that 1 called to beg liim to aid me in 
obtaining it. lie an^wen d that he would 
do so with the greatest j>le;i>ure, an«l tiiat 
lie would lie delighted tiiat I should be 
able to penetrate to the truth, wliiiii, 
judging from all that came buck to him 
from the Nortii, apjiearetl to be little 
known tluTc. I ciimli'iiM-, Al. !.,e Min- 
istre, what I heard trom tlie mouth td" 
Mr. lienjainin. and in eonver.-atioii will; 
others. 

" We have," tiu-y said to nn-, " reiie.l 
too mue'i «m Ki!ro[>e aid ihepowt-rol 
commeieial interests, but are determined 
to i-ominer our iiidepenileme nt all haz- 
ards. Du this ponil tiie seiitimciits of our 
p»;ojiIe are unanimens. They have al- 
ready Millered mu<.-ii. but they will eiiilurc 
lar more, il necessary, to aceonipli>h their 
obji'ct. Wedo not disguise liom oursi-lves 
that the Feilerals po.>-e?s mtinite'.y .>iipe- 
rior resources, and tlie coininand ol llie 
ocean; that thev niav in t!ie lotig run 
make themselves nla^lers of our juris. 
15iit iu cajituriiig our cities tin-y will linl 
only women, old men aiel eliildren. 'i. e 
whole jiopulation capaldeot bearing .inns 
will witlidraw into the interior, beyond 
llu' reach of giir.boats, .aiel in Mresenc' nf 
such a r-sistaiice the Nor:!i wid I'ddiligcl 
to wel.l. We reiiieniijer that, in the war 
ot Independence, the English momentarily 
held po-sessioii of ne;:riy all tl:e ciiies on 
t!ie coa.-t, butsucciiiaiied mdwiclistanding. 
Thesame result v.iil i.ow oi-enr. TliC pres- 
ent situation is ixaetiy similar to wii.it it 
was then. Lixe ll.e 1-Inghsh, the I\ort!i 
ligl.ts to ret.iin its pow< r and wi-alth, 
ami we, like the -Vmeiii-ans, lijjlit fur in- 
dependence. Our people are to-day ani- 
mated by iinniistakalde si ntimeiits. Look 
at the women; they are ioremo>t in urg- 
ing their husbamls, their son."S, tlieir bro- 
thers to take up .".rms. i'.y their habits 
3ur people are better prepared for a mili 
tary lite than tho-e ot tlif Is'orth, .-jid on 
eijual terms our troops have always had 
the advantage. ( >ur incisures are taken 
to hold Iii.iaiiond as long as iios.^ilile, and 
it, at last, we shouhl l-e li.ie.d to aban- 
tlon Virginia, il would be, certainly, a 
heavy lo>s to us, but wo should not <!e- 
spair. Moreover, we can, if ab.solnti-ly 
necessary, deleiid ourselves, but tiie Xortli 
cannot attack us witiiout money. On the 
otln-r hand, v.e will not he>itate an instant 
to burn our cidloii and our tobacco, ralii- 
er than permit theui to fdl into the hands 
of the enemy." 

I have seen Iktc all t!:c mo-^t important 
personages. All have lu-M the sainelan- 
gUiige and have expressed ihe s.ime sen- 
timents. Nivertheless, among tlio.-e p'^'r- 
sons several are known for thc! moiU-ra- 
tion of thrir eharacur and for the re..i>t- 
anee that they ojiposed at t!i..' outset to 
movements of setes.sion. lint is t!io dis- 
jiositioii which is so u;ianiiiio!i-.ly mani- 
fested of a nature to resist all trials '.' Tliis 
i.s wh.it I ilo not know, but I see many 
reasoris for not calling in <jiies;"oii tl'cir 
|)rofoiiiul .-incerity at tiiis mnment. I low 
otherwise can one explain the complete 
siibmisjion witli whieh the pi- iple accejit 
all the iniserii'S to whi< h i irtumstanc* s 
condi'inn them, ami In tiic iiiid.it of those 
mistries accept also rigorous measures, 
like that just taken by tlie atiininistraliou, 
wliieli, in ordi'r to jnevent new disorders 
caused by driinki-nness, has i!i>t t.irbidilcn 
in the city of llichmond ami in the army, 
the manufacture ami tlie tale of all kinds 
of fermented lii|nor. I shall concliidi' by 
saying to your K.xei lleney how mucli rea- 
son I have iiatl to be satislied with (his 
step on my jiart. On t!ie other hand, at 
the South I have met, togetle-r withmneh 
eagerness to offer inc (pDCiiiani'v) hospi- 
tality and ojiportnnity (iir private discus- 
sion, a true regard to the delicacy ol mv 
position. I did not think it propertoask 
to see Fresident I>avis, lie made iu this 
respect no suggestion to me, or the least 
ell'ort to give to my pn-senre anv otler 
signilieinee thin that wliiiii it really had. 

linmefliatelv upon the i-i-lurn of the 
(lassendi to Washington I wa.s inforined 
by the .Sccrota'y ofth" Xavy, that all tin- 
resourres of the Navy Yard were t<ut at 
the lii^positioii t»f tiiat vessel, .md she wa-; 
urged to repleni.-«h her cargo of coal from 
the y.irds of the ( Jovi-rnnnnt. The next 
day IVesidcnt Lincoln honored the vessel 
with a visit, and Mr. Svwanl gave a .-soi- 
ree in honor ol it.s oliiecrs. As to there- 
suits that we might be able to attain in a 
short time from the simple raising of the 
blockade, we found ourselve^i pho-ed be- 
tween two contrary allirmatioii-;, 'J'iie 
Cabinet at Washington, relying upon the 
considerations whicli your Lxeellencv 
will be able to api»re!ieiid, declares that 
cotton will be delivered to comineree. 
while in tlie South thi>. is denied iu the 
most categorical manner. What is certain, 
is, tluit cotton has been burned in New Or- 
leans, and at dilferent points, whii-h would 
have fallen into the power ol the Fed- 
erals. 



OUR IIOirSK. THIKD STUKF.T, Ol'I'OSITE 
AKMoiiY Hali,, H. V. E. ViTT, l'i:i>ri{ii;roi:.— 
Thi.s old pstablishe.l house U In full iiperatlon, 
and Is prepared to famish ma^U at all l;onr.s cl 
the day or ni;ht. Tlie t ar U unpplied with the 
very best liquors. The larder Is a.wa . .-< full, t »ys- 
tersatiloand tlO wnts i>er do/en. Hot Coffee, 
Steaks, &c., &c. Ciive lac a call. 

fubaiVUly II. K. K. VI IT. 

S«wKEAnY.— Theltule.sof I'raclico adopted 
Id genc'rei session of the Judgus of this State 
and publlMhod by the rnr.ss rni.VTiMi Co.mi'anv, 
are now ready for dollvory— price fifteen cents 
per copy, or $1.00 per dozen. These rules go info 
eirect on the first of .September, and will have alt 
the authority and force of law. Kvery lawyer In 
the .State must hare a copy. Keudttauci-s may be 
iiiad« In bank notes or pustaj;*-' stamps, 



I 



Mnpmnr Conr( Decialon*. 

Henry A. (io-il,!, Ajiplt., ag-if. .Sub District No. 
liagle Creek .«>chool l>istriot. 

.SYI.I.AUtS. 

In an .letion against a corporation for 
injuries sustained fioni the negligence and | 
e:nelessne>.s of thejdelendaiils, it appear- 
ed that till! name of the corporation (a 
scliool district) had been changed by the 
l..('o!sl:'.tiire after the case of action had 
o.curred. and before commencement of 
suit. The complauit alleged that the 
new district embraced t' e same limits as 
the old. Held tliatthe Di'^trict was prop- 
erly sued liy the name it bore at the 
time of the commencement ol tlu^ action. 

I'hap. II, sec. Go, Sess. Laws, If^tji, 
s.ives a right of action, growing out of 
the m-giigetne and carelessness of the 
district in using and occupying a dwi'll- 
iiig-house as a si-hool-house, whereby the 
propirty ol ptaintiU'was destroyed 

in an actinn against a corporation for 
injury to persons or prviperty, it is neces- 
sary toaih-ge that the acts were done by 
the agents of the corporations. The 
pleadings may allege that the defendent 
d!<l t!o' nets cdiuplained of. When acor- 
p..!:Mi ui is .sued lor injuries to jiersons 
or [ivi'perty, it cannot, as a general rule. 
lie set lip as a defense thit the injuries 
^^»■l•e inllicted while the ilefeiidant Avas 
engaged in llie perlormanee of an unlaw- 
ful act, or in the commission of a tres- 
pa>s. 

Wil'i Mn I.. Ititnniii;;. et al., .Vpjiellant, > s. Albort 
-Vniialroii^, Ke.«p.>iii!.'iit. 

A jiarty coinmenced the loreclosure of 
a mortgage by advertisi'iiieiit, and after 
the publication of thenoliee forsome two 
i>r three weeks, diacovi-red tli.it the day 
appointed in the notice lor the sale of the 
premises, came on .Smiday. He then, 
bilore tlie day ajipointed lor the sale, dis- 
riiiitiiiiied tlie original notice, and insert- 
e 1 another notice ol sale of the same 
premises, bearing a dilferetit date, claim- 
ing a larger amount, ami fixing a later 
il.iy of .-"ide than that In the first notiee, 
iMid ciileiing in terms bom the first in 
other less material iioiiifs, and sold the 
jiremises in .lecordanee with such notiei-. 
//»•/'/, 'I'hat tliese facts eoiL-^litiiled ag.^od 
defen.»e to an action by the mortgagor to 
set aside the sale, on the ground that the 
sale was unanthori/ed and void. 

^Hlouctarjj Cv Commercial 

Monetary. 

C<»i:; K.\(.HA\(iK ylliTATIOXS OF 

T;U>.'>'.fSi»X IJIJO.'S IIANKKKS AXI) lIKAI.bKS IN 
K.XCIIANOK, LA-Sli W AIUIAXTS, KTC. 

i-T. Taii., rebiiiary Iu, lS(i.1. 

EXOHAXili: KATKS. 

Kellini; for. I'reiniuni. 

Itankatjlr Fsud^ >; perct.p.-em. 

.Vnieriran dold loperct. 

«irflcr>i for I'nited .'States Land Warrants, Statf 
\vt>rri.-:its, Ac, protiiptly executed. 

;«tale and United 6tutes Coupons paid at our 
co'inler. 

Couiuicrcial. 



|lctv g^dvtrtfetmcut'S. 

i~~"Er's'c II NAB el", I 

i 

IN MOKFATT'S CASTLK, COItNKU OF 4tii I 
AND JACKSON J^TliKliTS. 

UtIALKR IM 

cjiiocKriiK.s, oI^.c^.I^^, 

.^v:xjo m«o visio ii'T3» 

Keep!) oonstnntiv un hand a full srpjlycf Coin, 

Coin Me:;!, Oj.i^' an<l Hrai;. 

Nii'e he.ii' l„ir.l and .'^uiMr CiiUu iiaiil.<<. 

An'.- O'lanliivol butter ami e^--.'.". 

llelius made i4rr:iii;:.iii('iif!* to receive two or 
I'lree tin;.-;, a week I'loiii tiie country the thoici->t 
loll bulter. 

Also a.Tency for 0. 11. If. Raki-r's extra flour, 
whieh is pn.uouiiC'.'d the be.-it ill (lie oily. 

tio.ids uelixerett ill all parts of the city free of 
chaijfe. )''l- 'y 

y O T \\ A N T K 1) 

A lot w infe.l— \acaiit, or with business hoii-;f' 
on il, on fhiri! sn-.-ei — uetvve.'ii \i'.iba>luuv aii.l 
.laek.-on-sl-.. Aildre^s i'.ox MiO, j.iitiiin lowe. t 
cash price and loc'iitiiu. jtniatf 

TT O II N , L U N i7& (i A L U SUA, 
ATTOIiNEVS k COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

(.Successors to Horn &.iialusha and Sanborn & 

l.ui-d) 

.SxiNr Pah., JtiNM:.<>r\, 
rraotice in all the Courts of the Stat-.-, and In the 
Courl.s of the United States, at Law, iu Chancery 
ami in Adiiiii'a!t> . 

CoUeciious carenillyaHd promptly attended to 

tnh-".': ly 



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AVHEELEU & WILSON'S 
H E >V I TV O 31 A. C II I ^ E H . 

ALO^'E MARKS A SEWING MACHINE VALUABLE. 
The People are perceiving that 

GMowing I^epx'esentatiollS ai-o not >Iei-it. 

Tliat it is economy and wi.sdom to purchas^e only Sewing Machines of known practical utility. 
THIS M\CIIK\K IS I'UOFITABLE AXI) AVAILABLE A LIFE TIMi:. 

An annual divi.Iond of 100 to 50O per cent, (on it- cost) may be obtained in if .- u,-=e bv its possession. 
There are over i'.^.ow WIIKKLKK & WI!>0.\ -Machiiif s in use ,n this cr.untr> •""' '- '' i;. „ ,,. ^, 
It i.s the only Machine In the world making the Lock-.Siitch «iih the Uotaiom Ilo-.k and u.-ii.g tbc 

^ Tne WIIKKLKK & AVILSOV MACHINES are right, and if they do uot oiwrate well it i= becausa 
people are not fully iiistructeil in their use. 



Ci- ALL M.UIIIXK.S WW. WAItll.iXTKD, AM> It LL INSTKtTTIOX.S CilVKX...^^ 
All persons owning WMKKLKI! & WIL.^OX MACHIXKS can have them propeilva.ljuste.i, an 
full instruction- f^iven in tlieir n.se, tree of charge, by calling at the nilKbLLli Si. » ll.-«-»- 
liviO.W.-^, in the (Jieenlcaf Block. Third street, a few doors below the Tost Oliice. 

1^^ 31. .TOHlVJ!^OTV, Agreixt 



.M. I'aul, Feb. Urtli, 1S«U5. 



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T O T I C 



ht. l*aiil .Hiirket. 

ST. l".-.l I., .MtXN., Feb. 11, 1,S0.3. 

The w heat niarki't was dull aii.l j.ric.'s drooped 
v ry inuoU, yesterday. K-^cipts were vi'ry lighl, 
aii.i s desj lew. The bu)ers haveben very cau. 
tions, and iiiid.* only some light purchases, which 
iV'T-'at still lower rafe.s than th.- day pn-vioiis. 
IV-rliaps M ceuis might be tjaoted as an avera.:;.- 
pi i'-e. 

I'ork wa« ofT.-n'd in tolerable qtiantiti.'s for .':'., 
to -11- — -.leJ form -r for .small, the Utter ligaie for 
h Mvy, l.-esh killed. 

Hay, t'-'.jjy ?!0. 



K.xrEisioii i;i:k"''kijy ox niAi.r.N'a 

CItl'KK. 

All persons iutrres'.ed will take tiotiro that said 
I5re\,ery I now i'l lull o'.i'r.ition. mid that all 
eontract- tor I'.arj.-y, Hop-', or Siork of any kind, 
lor -aiil Iliewerv , will I).' I'lin-hns.-it by 111.' iiiider- 
si;:iied, or .Vn In-w Xessel, his lii'iiera! -Vg^iil, no 
oilier pi'i--on h.i\ ing authority to i;ia.^e such (i.ir- 
cii.isi's. .Mr. \. V, hell, r is aiilii.trized t.i sfll 
or deliver ISeer, Ale, .S<-., and to cidl.-rl lor ine w\\ 
i-hiims on sah-s so nia.l.', bet is not otiiei wi-s.- au- 
Iliori/. '.I 1.1 <-oiitr;U-| l.ir t:iid e.-.t:iblisliliielil. 

.M. I'anI, January Iji, I.s''.!. 

jan!-::m LWVttEXCK XESSKL. 



s 1^ jv T It: jNi E isr T 

OF THF. COXDITIO.X OK TIIK 

i*ncEiVix: Fii^E iivsui«^a:vce CO., 

OF BUOOKLYX, XEW YOltK, 

On tlic» First iJay c^f January, ISG'J, 

Made to the Treasurer of the State of Minne.sota, puri>uant to tbe Statute of that .State. 



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A.NO nr.At.KK IX 

THE DEl^rFA.MILY VROVISIOSS, 
Fo;;r sti;ekt, st. i'ail. 

Keeps con.-lautly on hand the bi-sl of Sugars and 
Coin-e. 

The choicest llr.'i'n aiel ISlack Te&S. 

Stewart's Mild ifeh-h.-r's syreps. 

The be-t faiiely bran. is Hour. 

Pried f.nit ., I'ure \\ iu'-n, and Liquors for me- 
dicinal pur)i0.ses. 

I'he i.i'st iHiiry llntti'r. 

I'uik"«''.- Spi.-ia. 

The c.!(!)ial''d Dandelion CotTV-e. 

laiiub's Hani- and .\ue'.' pried Beef. 

Wood'ii and Karlheu Vv'are, occ. 
Which will be t^ol.l aa low as the lowest and dt^ 
livered promptly, 

1 U K E OF C H A U O E . 

je-jrjU;.; 

it:\v uakkkls of choice 



NA.MK ASl' I.OlATIO!!. i 

I 

The name of the Company is the " riia*nlx Fire 
liisnraiice Company," and is located In the city i 
of Brooklyn, county of Kings, State of Xcw 
Yoik. 

CAl'irAI,. 

I le' aiiiounf of its <api!al stoc"; $-'00,noO.<Hi 

file amount of its Capital Stock paid up '.'1X1,000.00 
Ani.M.nl of surplus on hand .lauuary i, 

IM..! l,'r,2«4.M 

To.al aiiioiint of cajiital and surplus... '.',27 ;itri.t^ 

.VS.SHTS. 

<'ash in Bank and on hand $^3,447.59 

Kent Estate nnincumbeied, owned by 
tl,.' < onipany 1,141.5^ 

iioii.ls mid iiiortgagi's, lieing tirst liens 
en pr< ji'-ity in Brooklyn and New 
^ oik, uorth, in each case, from aO to 
lot. ]ier cent, more than the amount 
loaned 18'.»,9M..'>0 1 

Loans on d.-mand, seeured by pledges of j 

good Bank and other corpoiation t 

RtOL-ks as collaterals 3", 722.00 I 

Iiipaid fire premiiiiiis, in the course of \ 

culii-ciion, all considered good 7,5S5.7S i 

Bills receiv.-ible for premiiiiiis on inland j 

liavigalioii risks 12,570.72 ; 

I'reniiums on inland navigation risks in I 

hands ot ,\geiits :J,I7'J.02 i 

Inlcrefri on boinisuiid loans, aecru>d but i 

rot due, ami all dra\\ ing at the nite of | 

', p.'i- (-"lit <i,5jC.OO i 

Blink or other cor|K>intion stock owned j 

by the Company r;8,,V.n.OO 

All" other securities ll.oiiii.u'O 



MlSCKLLANKOlH. 

The greatest amount insured by any one ri->i', 
generallv * 10.000. 

The greatest amount allowed bv the rules to bo 
insured iu any one citv, town or village, is not 
li.xed, Oeing j»overne<l l.y the character "i.d c.iii- 
struction of the buildings and thti facilllie^ lor 
extinguishing fires. 

The greatest amount allowed to he insured in any 
one block, is governcii by the character and con- 
struction of tlie same, so as to a\oio uiide4' cou- 
c.uitration. 

This Company was incorporaft-d emler th-<ie«i- 
eral Insurance Law of th>- ."siate of Xew Yojk, 
and obtained its churiicter or act . f incoijioiatiou 
S<-pteniber 9. 1.s"i:i,an att< .sted copy of wlneh U ou 
file iu the Treasiirei'.sOihci' of .^t!nllesota. 

."sTKI'HKN ClfijWLI.L. T.-Oh't. 
I'll 1 LAX I)i:u Sil A \V ..lecrelary. 



CITY OF BUOOKLYX, ) ^. . 
County of Kinr'.*, ( " "* 
I'ersonally appearrd.tl.is i.'Oth of .lamiary, l.sG.':, 
Steplien Crowell.l'resideiit, iiiid I'hilander ."shaw, 
•Secretary, of the rha-nix rin- lusura. ce (oiu- 
jiany, of Brooklyn, Xew York, and severallv inade 
oath that the aOove statement, by tli'-ni subscri- 
•led, i» correct and true to the best of their 
knowledge and belief. 

[I., s.l K. W. CKOU ILL, 

Notary Public, Kings t ounty, .V. Y. 



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r'L'TXAM'S. 



MilMUiiUoc .Tiitrkft. 

WHli.Ni.siiAV, Feb. II, IsilJ. 

Klr-'t di-patches from Xew York to-dav quoteii 
• •old wiaK at l,.V.", >_<l,.i,'*4, and under tliis news 
I fiirtli...- d.-e'.ine i>f L'j.tc took place in wlie.M. 
I" e iiLirk'-t op.'iied at l,io for So. 1 .spring in 
store, declined to l,l.j, and under a brisk d.-inand 
fi-..m ^li.irt sellers ral.ieil I ^i :.- on 'Chanjie, dos- 
ii.j ".viih o lers of !,!«■. i".jr .No. -J and ],ir for Xo. 
:. llie demand at th.">.> ligurcs was limited, ai- 
thongli I y'.'c better prices were jiaid for delivei-\ 
all the moiit'i. .About ■.•.'i.Ooti bushels altogether 
w IS r.'porti'd sold, including ."i.oOij bii Xo. 1 all the 
l!|.)iith, buyers opti.m, at 1, is, and ,".,0oj bushels 
inor." on the .same conditions at f,l'.». 

-No trans.ii'tion-t in fl.iur w r.' reported. 

file market fir hogs was luiohaiiged. I'acVers 
.liieied 4,lo.i 1,'Hi f.ir »lr.-s-.'d lioK.-., and a sale ol 
: ..» iieail was rejiort-'d on at tiii'.«e figures, divid- 
ing on •.'•fi Kjs. .Sellers wer.> disp ised to liohl for 
iiigher prices. The receipts for J I hours aniouut- 
.'•l to IsJi — all dressed 

u'uoi^E«.iK,E i*nici:A ci;nRE5rT 



Sr. I'AiL. February II, isc;:. 

am:. iitox. 

.\\r ritlsbuigh..l2.il4 Common Bar 5'..c 

^1 I'aal :i .St .Vnth'y Cij'.i Horse Sh.ie ry.'sc 

Bottled ."••■otch, it pt .sji.'n Bar ^'.-e 

bot.l'iioz, ;» i.2J <j2.7j Su«'i|i' ISar s'^c 

ni;AN>, -slu-i't Iron ><■ 

White, I' bu 2.00 Sugar Kettles ,•). 

11111. All. Lea.l I'ip,. l-,",c 

Water «'nuki'rs, fBi 4'.,. >Ti:i:i,. 

itiitti rCraekeis... iji— English Cast V B» 2J.i-'s 

s i.ia, llositiii, S;c.....)'j .Spiing .Steel f," c 

I'ilot Bi-eail, I.' bbl..':^:t.j>i .N.vil.s. 

in i r;;ii. Cut XaiIsj.-keg$.>.rjyr.iHi 

Kirkin, t' !ii 12'-..i}Ii Li mui.ii. 

;\.tuitry, in rolls,.. Li^ is Coinnion,lnchfc'.M312/< 1 1 

rArn.i; makkkt. riear joa-'j 

Hi"-f on l'.>ot..i}l.J0«2.<Xi siding I4.jls 

" Ure.-.-ed .i;!.IKI Klotulng ItiTi-.'O 

.Sheep, i' h.-ad :;<j*l i.aih l:j 

I'alves, V heail HijiS.'i Shingles 2.2.5a:{.(iO 

ori'ssed Hogs. :;.tKi(i;;.j'j i.k.vo .v.m> siinr. 

eAMii.r.s. I'ig, V B, I) 

rallow, md, V ttiio', iill Bar tu. 

star ITal'* Shot, t^ bag... :?-.'.iOji-. — 

.\d.imailliiie Ki', ."IIMI.ASSKS. 

il>''riii 40m jo riantation, *' gal. .— <t5'. 

r.MiiKiN (III. Si,;.;,r House Cm.jtM 

No. 1 70 ijoldeii svrup 70 ".".u 

rilKKSK. 

W. l:. t' lo r.' !• AINTS AM) oils. 

ILiiulmrg 12'.,ai;J'.. White lead I'' lllOlbs7;iS 

< oKHii;. Lard Oil Js gall 7n'i— 

IJio, <!' Ih, prime, ...'l-iy".-"" Xeatsfoot |i.l'.;n 

1. iguay ra Xi .jitr Whale .s» yi o 

•lava .nfS(j40 Linseed <il..'>Oal.r-' 

.docha — a^o furpeiuine ;;.•.'.> 

<'«».VI.. 1 O.MO.N.s. 

I'ittsbnrg, Vbtis.. 7-"> Per bush .Viuln 

llllnui.^, «,' bus... . -Iu I'Kovi.suiNs. 

« i>Kl>A<.K. .Mess I'oi-k {■' bbl..n.il-,' 

Manilla, %' U> iri/j Is .Mes.. Beef »,■ bbl lOri 1 f.i^. 

.lute II J I'J Clear .s-ides .".'i-i — 

LOOS. Hams, plain, S. C T'.'c 

IVr doz'n 10 -.houldiTs 2',ol 

nil ITS. I>ried Beef ' |0 

Ap'ls,gr'atrbb|:t.7.i:j4.0li CanvM hams (.\ines) In 

Ani.l.'s.drh'd, f lb ; nHi Leaf Liird (Mjft 

.Vhnonils In.i-,':; n itatoks. 

i i-.,nl>.'rri.-s Ir' bn.l.jl.J.) Xeshannocks and Pink 
l'"ae!i.'s, dry. V fii.f.', 3> Eye.s, V bnsh.....3o.i;;j 
:lai-ins, t- l)o.\ 4.7.'i<i.',.ii0' fuwiiKK. 

Ititi.-ins, hfbo.K 2.40!<J.i.ii FFO .V FFF<i kegu 

IVui is.f-jo ;:ilbs .".f'.i.oo 

Carrmts Hijlj do 12'; lbs.. .O.ik. 

ll-^u. ri.i 6'., lbs . :i;..-,o 

No. I Jlack'l »;' bbl ?lo Blasting, kgs -ih lbs ii.«s< 
No. 2 " •' II : " •• i-,.'j ;i-..-, 

\o. :t " •' 10 ■ " •• o'4 2.00 

Drv < od I:' n. 5',' .jr. Ru-|.- 

ll.'rrin;; »' box.....Vi;.:sy, Per Bi ". <jn\i) 

I LATIIKltx. SOAI'. 

Live <ieese W 3 «» Common. ^ U..' C\ ufi 

'"•'■'•'" 1-'>!J20 FamlU fi.,.r., 

I l.ol i: AND.MKAI,. lastile 1 Ji, I.S 

Nuperline, V bbl. . ..Si.'i.V) tierman.. . 
K.Mrii,., 



rr^AI'.SCO'1'rS EMKiUATlOX AND 

X E.M IIAXiiE OFITCE, 

yio. M« .Suut}i-.'>it.. yvw Vork. 

For LKrTK'JS ofCiJllIHT an. I MtAlTS on 
an 1 P.VSSAI.C.S toand fioni K.»oLAXlJ, IBE- 
L.VXH ai.il >c(if L \X I*, applv to 

TAP.^COl f BK"1HKI!S It CO., 

felil-Hniw Xo. .ss'. sonth-st.. Xev.- \ oik. 

V O^} C A N G~E T 



NEW DIIIEI) CIIEIIRILS, 

NEW DRIED PEACHES, 
NEW DP.ir.D VLUMS, 

NEW DRIED A1TLE.S. 
AND NEW 1 RESII RAISLX.S AND 

FICS, AT 



PXJT]V^%.3X\S. 



Febrnai'- Tth, 1«.»!. 



fel>8 



AfLSS (ilLL'S SCHOOL FOR 
VOTTXG- LA13Ti:S. 

The riiird Term of the .--eventh .Viimiid Ses- 
sion will coiniueuce on MO.NU.\ Y, FEUUL.VKV 

1>III, IK.,.l. 

Tkk.ms — .liinior and .Senior IVpartmeut ^lojx'r 
fi'rin; Primar- .!*;'i jier term. fi-lii-iw 

LXLEYS I'ATENT COmM7-rol' 



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.1. OENI.KY b.'>gs to Inform hisfriends, patron-* 
anil till' publi.- treneraily, th.it be i.s now iiiejian-d 
to sujiply orders for his 

IVo>v r»titoiit CoiliM^-l^ot, 

>Vith Cylind.'r and Strain.'r conibini'd. 

It has alreadyni.'t with the apiiroviil of numbers- 
of the citi/eiis of St. Paul .in.l the State of .Min- 
nesota, and g'ven very great satisfaction to all 
who have t.-»led its goo.l .jiialili.-s. lis nu" ban- 
ism is simple; it is conv.ni.-nt, and jirodnces 
strong and beantil'iilly traii.-]..areiit Coil'.'.-. 

.\ large assortm.'iit of .s.|.)\ es and fin Ware on 
hand, IJoger's Block, near tin- Bri.'ge, 

jaii2."-lin I liird-st., .st. Paul. 

^EW FLOUR AND GRAIN STORE. 

Tlie subscrilh'r having t.iken the store recently 

occupied by O. U. Turrell, 

COLTER'S XEW BLOCK, JACKSOX-ST., 

Will keep constantly on hand all the 

Clioioo Bi'iiiidM ol' X^loiir 

Brought to this market, which will be sold nt the 

LOWEST CASH PRICE. 

Also.COKX, OATS, KYE AXD BLCKWllKAT 
FLOUR, BRAX, SHOUTS, 1.:. 

We have now in store, Cataract Flour, Extra 
and Double L.\tra, Xorth Star, City Mills, Bntin- 
ard's Jlills. 

«i-«oods delivered free of charge. 



Total Assets of the Company S:{27,VM.bj 

1 lAlllLlTlr.S. ■ 

Lo-scs ailjusted and due. Fire Xothing. ' 

'• " •' Marine Xothing. 

Lo-ses aiijubted and uot due, Fire Xothing. ' 

" " Marine... .Xothing. 

L.isses iiiiadjiist«-d and in su.speuse, await- 
ing proofs, Fire $l.'?.025.(iO : 

Do do Marino ooO.OO 

Lo.sses claimed but resisted by the Com- 
pany, V ire X'othing. 

Do 'do .^lariiie Xothing. 

All other claims a^aiu.st the Company.... Xone. 



Total liabilitie?. 



:!!l4,420.Wi 



STATE OF MIXXES(JTA, \ 

TllKASl HIlU'.S «iM ICl.. \ 

The Pluciilx Fire liisniaiire ( ompnny, o 
Brooklyn, Xew York, having fully coiuiilit d 
with the re<iuirements of an act eiitith.'il "an 
act to amend an act entitled an act to regu- 
late Insurance Companies not incoijiorated by 
the State of Minnesota," approved the ti.\'h 
day of February, one thousand eight hua- 
•Ired and sixty : I hereby certiiy that said 
Company is authorized to'tran^iact busine.ssi iu 
this State. 

Witues-s my hand and seal at the city of Saitit 
Paul, this third day of February, one thousand 
eight hundred and si-xty-thn-e. 

[SKAL.] CHA.*;. SCHEFFKR, 

State 'I'reasnrer. 
Per J. B. PoWKi:, Dejiuiy. 



fel»r>-->w 



THEO. E. BOIMTP, 

Agent, St. Paul. 



B T ^ T E :M iv: IsT T 



OF THE COXnlflOX OF THE 

HOME IIVSXJIijiLlSOE C03tF»A]V^", 

OF NEW YORK, 
On the Fii'st Day ol Jannar^'. lteG3, 

Mad.; to the Treasurer of the State of Minnesota, pursuant lo the Statute of that Stat<^. 



NAME AXD LOC.VTIO.V. 

The name of this Oompany U the Home Insuranoe Company, incorporated iu ISi'J, and located in 
the city of Xew Yor*;. 

CAPITAL, 



The cajdtal of saUl Coicpanr, actually paid up in cash, is. 
I'hu surjdus on tiic 1st day of January. 1M>J 



Total amf>uut of capital and surplus. 



t;7otnr,.i>4 
.$l,o,~o,'>t«j.(>l 



A8SIITS. 



.8127. In: .50 , 

. 4<.t.:.".o.<jo 
. 4'.<,i.i<w.iAi : 



111' 



•••-•— 'ir.iio • sr«;Ait. 
Corn Meat, f bag lai.iu Brown, t'm 11(112 

'•I'-MN'. CCollee Sugar. 12', .il.", 

>\ heat f b^sll <inn'X, Reiined A & it. !.')>«<} ft V 

It.ve ; si.jii-.' Kelined, <» tOO 14 

' ••''"" t 4.'i<i0<i Powdered 1.^', g III 

"■' <■''•:■' — ijii.'l < "rush"d 15 ', <j III 

t'o"> — 'i4J Cut Loaf. —air 

Hominy i-' bu iii2.2iij','..Vj tk.vs. 

♦^M.vss. Young Ily.son.iuc>r$l.lO 

American Window Oolong 5d<iS« 

•'^Xl'l $2.2."ia2.5<» OunpMer* Iinp.$lijl.;;j 

1 ' I X 1 2 2 .."lO . 1 2 . 7 j w 1 1 1 s K v . 

10.\I4 2.7J.'(:l.(Ki Rectified, V gall... .101740 

10.\ If. to !2xiri. ."..oomJ.OO Monongahela. . .liOcg LOO 
i2.\l.sto Ij.vjo. .1.70 yLiMi, Old Bourbon i>0u2.00 

Th«« Thtril .niiiucaota Battery. 

Xothk.— Pel sons who have served during the 
recent Indian War In Captain Mark Hendricks 
Battery, are informed that a Third Battery Is no-v 
in progress of organization, which will be used 
for service iu the State during t»<e Indian Caiu- 
paign. Capt. Hendricks will be glad to receive 
all able-bodied men, especially tho-.>e who have 
formerly nerved under him In this Battery, and 
lii.'y are requested to call at the CapUiu's Ilend- 
quartoi-s— Messrs. Bat bank's . Expresi Office in 
St. Paul, and enroll their names. Office hours 
from 9 to 3 r. m. 

MARK IIEXDRICK8, 

lebS-tf ut Lieut., 3rd Minu. Battery. 



}anr!l-ly 



L. ^v. ox£i:]£:iv. 



T3 A L M O R A L SKI R T S . 

Kalnioral Skirt.-*, 
SILK SI U I I' i: D . 

The choicest selection of 

BALMOKAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to tbo city, just received by Es- 
press. Also a sidendid line of 

"JBraclley's Hoop Skirt.s," 

Including the favorite brand.s "Pride of the 
World," " Favorite Diamond," " Imm-cn-ablc 
Tape ," I.aco Gore, and a great varii'ty of otber 



S1lsl,S-212:'. 
4•..1^7.■/-• 
Oo, !U0..>0 

225,027 .r^j 

12,4tX..t\» 

(>,'.Hit .t.'l 

ll.KSit.-l 

10.: 00.1 o 

21,010. "O 

n,4t.o«-o 

io:,7oo.'.o 

74.S.744.02 

22s,i>24.<»l 

2,' in '(JO 

Is.^lo.o'i 

i5,7.';r.27 

2.MS.4;: 

21.01.1. :y 

20,r.27.J.s 
.J?l,710.4'.iO.Oh 

Xone. 

joo,(i:ii..»s 
lI.WiO.isJ 

M.i.'W.oii 

5i«2.t>0 
Xone. 
Xone. 
Xone. 

Total Amount of losses, claims and liabilities iit:0,04l» iH 

The greatest aiaount Insured on any one risk is *.'{0,000, but will not as a general rule exceed §;0,tX:v. 
The «;oinpany lias no general rule as to the amount allowed to be insured in anv city, town, villape 

or block lnMiig governed in this matter, iu each case, by the general character ol' buildings, width of 

street.s, facilities for putting out tires, &c. 
An attested cojiy of the charter or act of incorporation accompanied a previous uuuu.il statoiueut. 

SfATE OF XEW Y01:K, K, 

City and County of Xew York, \ ' 
Charles .1. Martin Pn-sident, and .lohn McGce, Secretary of the Home Insurance Comi>Mny, beii.g 
Ki'vi-rally ami duly sworn, dejiose and say, and each for himself .says, that the ibregoing is a true, full 
and cori"-«'Ct .-.tateinent of the affairs of the said Corporation, and that ther are the above desciibeU 
officers theixor. (Signed.) CHARLES .T.'.MARTLX, Presideia. 

(Signed.) .lOUX M< GHEF:, Secreiarv. 

Subscribed and sworn, before me, this 24th day of Januarv, a. d., Ist;.",. 
[I.. ».'( ('"^iguod) j. 11. WAsHBUKX, Sotary Public. 



AniAunt of rash in Continental Bank, Xew Y'ork 

Amount of cash in hands of Agents, and in course of transmission.. 

.-Vniount of unincumbered real estate, Xo 4 Wall street 

Amount of Vnited States Trea.«ury Xotes, 7 3-10 market value 

Ainonnl of Inited States Itegistered .Stock, 18S1, market value , 

Amount of Ciiited States Itfglstered Bond.s, 5-20, market value 

.Vinonnt of -Missouri State Bonds, B per cent., niiirket value 

.\inouiit of Xorth Carolina Bonds, C per cent., market value 

Amount of Tennes.see Bonds, li jm'c cent., market value 

Anion 11 1 of Ohio, ]ier cent., market value 

Aiuoiint of Illinois, per cent., market value 

Amount of Brookljn City Water Bonds, market ^alue 

Ainotii.t of Bank stock, inai-ket value 

Aiiiotint of loans on bonds and mortgages, being lirst lien of reconi on unincunibei-ed 

real estate, worth at least $l,47:i,OOO.i>0 — rate of interest 7 per cent 

Amouut of l.>aiis on stocks and bonds, payable on demand, — thc-uiarket value of securi- 

ti' .s i<iedged at least $' 7.'t,^(L0U 

Amount of Oovernment stamps on hand 

Amount of inland salvager, &c 

A moil II t of other mi.sct'llaneou.s items.. 

AmoT'.nt due forjiremiunis on policies issued at office 

.Vmoniit of bills receivable for premiums on inland navigation risks, &c 

Interest due, an.l accrued but not duo 

Total assets of the Company 

I.IAB1IJTIF.S. 

Amount of losses adjusted, and due and napaid 

Amount of lossi's incurred, and iu process of adjustment 

Ainoiint of losses reported, on whicli no action lias been taken 

Amount of claims for losses resisted by the Company 

Amount of dividends declared and dui^ and unpanl 

Amount of dividends, either cash or scrip declared but not yet due 

Anion lit of inon<'y borrowed 

Ainonnt of all othc-r existing claims against the Company 



Know all men by these presents, tliat the Home Insurance Company, of the citv of Xew York, ito 
hereby .•«ii!liorize any and all agents that .said Company has or may herealter have'or ajij-ejint in tho 
State "of .Minnesota, for and on iM'half of said Company, to accept and acknowledee .service of all 
process, whether mesne or final, in any action or proci-iHiing against said Coinjiany, iu anv of the 
(lonrtsof said .State. And it is hereby admitted and agreed that saiil ser\ieei.f the process af'oiesaid 
shall iK" Uikeii and held to be valid and sufficient in that behalf, the .same as if served upon said t oin- 
pany according to th-.' laws and practice of said State, or any other State ; and all claims or light of 
error by reason of the manner of such service, is hereby expressly waived and leUuiiuished. 

Witness our hand and seal of the Companv, this 24tli day of .lanuaiv, InkI. 
L' • >*'J (-'Signed.) ' CHARLl-.S .1. MARTIX, Prosidett. 

(Signed.) JOHX MiGEE, Secretarv. 



STATE OF MIXXF:.SOrA, Tkeasirkhs Oh in- 
The Home Insurance Comnany. of Xew York, having fully complied with the re«iuiremen;s of an 
act entiilcd aii "Act to regulate Insurance Companies not incor|iorated bv the State of Miuiiesota " 
«\>proved the sixth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and sixty; I hereby certifv that 
tiuid eoni|Miny is authorized to tninsact business in this .state. 

Witness my hand and seal at the city of St. Paul, this M day of February, IKCO. 

CHAR I.ES SCH EFFER, state Treasmrer. 
f»'l'^--w Per J. B. POAVEK, Deputy. 

BORXJI> &, 0..4JKES, ^j^ent«, St. I^aiil. 



styles, at 
dec27-tf 



iiocA^' A CAytvm. 



TNTERNAL REVENLE STAMPS. 

rcsTQi-ricr.. Saint Pail, Misn., j 
.January 20th, I-mW. ) 

Thenndcrsigneil is prepared to furnish U. S. 
TXTERXAL KEVEXt'E STAMPS at the fob 
lowing rates, viz i 
In amounts less than S",0, at par. 
In amounts of !?•">« and np to !*100,2 tv>rct. dl.*c't. 
In-amounts of $loo and upward, 2>, per ct. disc't. 

The discount will be paid in stamps. 

Or.lers will lie promptly lilled, and forwarded 
bv mall or express at the expense and risk of the 
piirchaser. A rec^'Ut amendment to the Revenue 
Ijiw authorizes Stamiis, (with the •'xcention of 
those enanierated in Schedule C of the law for 
Medicines, Preparations. Perfunsery, &,c.,) to be 
used Indiscriminately. Parties ordering will only- 
need to give the amount and deu«Miiinatiou of 
stamps desired, 

Jauillm CHAS. XICUOLS, P.M. 




«<4:W^ POLLOCK, 

W^ DONALDSON AND 
O G D E N , 

DEALERS IM 

China, Gtlass &c Crockerv 

PULTKD WARK, 
C-A-RBON^ OIIL. AJND 1L.A.M:I»S, 

TABLi: CUTLKRV. 

I^Ioiisc Fui*nisiliiner Groodtd 

of every description. 
ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL, Mian. 

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Two experienced MtlULDERS. None otb^r.<t 
need apply. Apjdy to 

SCOTT h MORGAN, 
Jan2S 2w« St. Jkntbonj. 



JF YOU W.\NT TO GET THE 

PRETTIEST B;VLMORAL SKIRTS. 

You ever saw, go to 

IIOGAX & CAMP'S. 

If you want to get the 

Best Hoop Slvirt. 

You ever had, go to 

HOGAN & CAMP S. 

If you want to get the 

In town, goto 

HOGAN & CAMPS. 

In tket, an> thing you want to buy in the Dry 
Good* Line. 

HOGAN & CAMP'S 
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9 

AINT PAUL DAILY ^RESS 




VOLUME III. 

ft^- liiis pap^r ha* a lar^.T I>.ul> , Trl- Weekly 
and W.oklv circulation than any oth.-r in Minne- 
...ti.TM.I •'>.T.f..r,- nr.M.-nts iiwluc-monts to aJ- 
^ .,,.1 - „>;.. :.4.v *»'li "'" ""'' elsewhere. 

> i . lALL. SLXPAY. FEBKUAUY l... 



8AJ:NT PiUJL. STTJ^PAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1863_^ 



NUMBER 



the st.^altliv eiicroac imt-nts of the wily f.", ai»l 
that with the oponins' of sprinp.lifc and ,.rop.-rty 
..vervwh.re on tho Tonti-r will bo menaced witli 
a repotitloa of the dangers and horror, fro.n 
which thov wereappirentU- rescued last fall. rh>- 
prevalence of this fe. ling of iu>ecurity islik.ly t-. 
|,.a.ito disastrous results, unless oheck-d hy as- 
surances thai the in. ans at your disposal are, or 
will be, ample to protect our {«<ople. A mp?!-- 
successful blow *lru k by these Indian assasM...-. 
It any unexpected charter on the Irontur. would 
.•r*ate a panic a» wide spread an.l frenzi.d a, thai 
.,• last autumn, and prol«»b!y drive nearly tin- 
>vhole popuUtion oi our ^Veste^n counties back 
to thi- Mississippi tiwns. 

1 do not doubt th.a with five regiaeut^ of lU 
fantry and one of luounted rangers al >..ur dia 
IK.sal, you will be well able to proceed ac.oss the 
paius, and chasti e the J^ioux allies ol l.iul.- 
,-row, and at tho same time guard our extended 
K'tth^ments from :.ny reasonable probability of 
in iuroad from '■io ix or other Imiians. 

It is at least, higiilv Important that our ix'oph' 
.hould kHow lH>foi-. hand to what extent they can 
relvon vour dispo Itlon of forces for their pro- 
tection ; and how n Id in what manner their ..«n 
.-o-operatlon may .e necessary to ensure tlie.r 
iecuritv. 

It occurii to m. that if it were known t.iat 
numerous parties if scouts woul•^, upon tho ear- 
li..gt opening of sptlng, be thrown out in :.dvance 
of our settlers and :n advance of your main bTce, 
so as to give timeh notice of the purpose of the I :i- 
dians, or of their approach, if they determin-upon 

thatcourse-a kn .wledge of the fact that thes.. 
precautions were 1 iken would have a tendency to 
allay the apprehei.--ioni now felt of a stealthy 

Attack. 

Trusting that you will feel at liberty to give m- 
for the use of the public the information sought, 
I have the homr to b\ with great respect, 
Your .ibidient si'rvanf, 

Al.EXANI>KR UAMSKY. 
Brig G.n. II. U ■ SiuLtv. t^l. Taul, Miim. 



...Hennepin 

...IJennepin 

rrci'born 

. . .lliMinepiii 
.. . .<itMidliue 



XV.I.E«^K *!•"■< »lSl"ATCOK». 

Ti.e win s iK.t hoiii-,' in working «'nl»'r 
on avi-ount ol' the storm, we an- obliged 
to ;:« to press without our usual variety 

ot t. iL'graiuiic news. 

♦..♦-.-• 

1 l»It:i.«.4.\T -•il^EClUE X-XO A 

vr.wi ■•MK'*'^****'^"*'^" 

Wnil.- t!u> l.igislatun- is oniragftl in its 
anni::il uivor:.io:i of taking to piocos and 
rf-organizing tli<- various Departments ,.i 
t!ie State C.overament, on proper i>nnoi- 
p!es of eeoiioiny and utility, we ma\. wt- 
trust, without im;M-rtlnenee. direct their 
r.ttenlion to a subjeet of reform in tbi^ 
eonneetion, which seems heretofore to 
have csi-aped their ^erutiny. We refer 
to the Cleik of the Supreme Court. 

The present ineumbent of that office is 
Mr. A. .1. Van \ orhes, of Stillwater ; and 
as he is a fri.Hil of ours, we .shall very 
much regret If the remarks extorted frotr 
us bv a s^ense of public duty, shouhl not 
pr..^e entirely apeeable to hini. 

The sole o'lli.-ial aet of Mr. Van V(M-he.s 
-yuice his installailou ii.to otiice two year^ 
agi>. has been the .appointment ol .". 
a.-p«ty. who has perfi.rmed all the duties 
of the oliiee. while his principal— Van 
Vo.-hes— has liili-ently drawn the iuajor 
p;irt ot t!»e pay. 

It WIS tlic ol)vious intention of the law. 
that the Clerk of tlie Supreme Court 
-hould derive his compensation fn.nn the 
jt-es altachtd to t!ie various transaction.- 
of the oHiee. and accordingly no other 

regular provision is made by law for that 
jiurp.ise. 

That the fees form a sullicicnt compen- 
sation tor the work done, is demonstrated 

by t!ie fact »bat the deputy, who does 

the work, receives the fees as his sole and 

whole cor.ipeusation ; and as the deputy 

I ertorms his duties very well and verv 

satislacturily. if the matter rested here. 

the public wonld be rather the gainers, i. 

anvtliing. by Van's vicarious di^cha^ge ol 

his otlicial .'.uties. I'nt it will at once b. 

seen, t'.iat it the regular compensation 

fi.xed by law h-r the Clerk is absorbed 

by the subordiiuate who does the work 

there would be absolutely notliing left to 

-iiupport the tlignity of the principal, who 

does the lieavy nothing. 

To overcome this difiiculty, the Legis- 
lature for the two past years has ap- 
propriated the neat little sum of six hun- 

ared dollars yearly, under .k> '^^ ''"S --r;^,,^,. ,,,,,, „p,,, .unmsota river ... 
the a.^ of appropnatton-ostensiblv as "^^^j^'^';;;; ^ ^ 



ijr. Mnst<r. . ..Ta«. V. llowlett. . . 

.SuriJfi.n I.evi Itutb-r ... 

Ivt Ast Sur...\lb.Tt K. Wedge 

•d \s"t >Hr..M. K. <ir.Ml.-y 

» Uaplaiu Kev. ». F.Crary. 

UI..S1.,N.\TH»NS .VMM .VNt Al.TlKS. 

Major .lohn A. Uad'.ey, Steele <uunty, resigned 

*'As.'i^t':u'.tS„,-g....n Francis It. Millirm. Waba- 
sliaw rositrned April s, 1>*<"'-'. 

(ol. lleiMV i:. l.e>tor, Winona Couuty, paroled 
prisoner i>f war. 

Fonrtii K«-Blu»«"n« 

(olontl lolin It. Snnborn 

I.t. iol'>n<-l....l<iUii I'.. Toiirtelctie.. 

■S\:\},,r \braiii V.. W I'lsh 

ur Master... I hi»>. I?. Hunt 

Vlii.t.iiit Will. K. hit r.dge.... 

..I, ,-..,.011 loiiii -M. Murphy 

1st Ast .sur..K. W.t r...s..... 

■d \«'t Sur..ll<iiry I.. Wi'dil 

Chaplain K.-v. A. .<. Kiske 

i:Ksn«N.\rn>Ns \ni> tuanskkks. 

M:ijor I.uther I.. Itaxt.r. Carver Co. '•"'"if'-"}; 
U . ..ion.lM. r. ll.uiaas.trau.sierrod to l-.ighth 
K.gimeiit as Coloml. 

Fiftli n«'srinirnt. 

Colonel l.uclus K. llubhard... 

1.1,-ut. Col Wni. U. «i'i'' 

Mij.ir Francis Hall 

A.ijaia.it \. l:. Fr-iuh 

ci. M;iMir...Wm.r.. .Mr»irorty.... 

.siirp'i'M V. r. K<ivn«'dy 

\<t Ast .«siir...l. A. Vervain ....-••• 

•d \.t >iir...Wui. H. l.eonani 

.Kex..lohn Ii. land... 

K SU;NAlli>NS. 
.1!. V.iii Itorg'Siod".. 

.F. It. Ftheridge 

..)as. F. t bailee 



THE 



ixDKA^r avESTio^r. 



Kanisey 

.blue Miiriii 
.. .Coodhtfi' 

Scott 

Wa.si'ca 

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OllllStt'll 

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Uani.-'<'y 



WII.VT SII.VLL WK DO WITH TUKM ? 
To the Editors of tho Saint Paul I'rcf*. 

Alter what has been done by our Legis- 
lature and the Senate of the United States^ 
I suppose it may be considered as settled 
that the lndi.ans, Sioux and Winncbagocs, 
.at least, must be driven from Minnesota, 
In mv last, I endeavored to show, that 



Kxtend tbc same protection of person and | Legislature Of MumeSOta. 

property to all the Aborigines of our 
countrv' vwhich our laws afTord to all 



white mn ; give them land fit to ciil- 
tivate and the means of cultivating it, 
and afford s^roper facilities to mission- 
aries to instraet them in Christiany and 
letters, and tlKr/ will soon learn to subsist 
themselves and «ur government be re 



"FIB'TH SKSSTO N. 



tho .Joint Tax Committee to ino.uire into tho ex- 
pediency of abating personal tax levied for IMt! 
on property destroyed by the Sioux raid, and also 
a part of tlie real estate tax, where buildiogs wero 
destroyed during the same time. Adopted. 

Mr RKAMEU oflered a resolution providing 
for the House to meet atD'^ o'clock, and take a 
recess from 10 o'clock to half past -l v. m., unle.s 
otherwise ordered by the House. After seveml 



SENATE. 

St. Paul, February 14, ISO:?. omerwisL- «.v*.r.— ~.. ..-- . - . 

The senate met pursuant to adjournment, and otner-^-ns. the resolution w-s postponed lU 

was called to order by the President. dehnitely. ^ ., 



lieved from most-od the expense 



, ou rv— 

of feed- 



ing tliem. 
thev 



M, howevtjr..a8 many suppose, 

III my !«., X ^ — I tliev are so irraeiaimably lazv 

we cannot, in this wav, soon be delivered 1 ^,^j^V ^1,^... ^viU not work when we shall 
. '. . , :i.i.. ,,j^^.e piat-cd before them r^be saiiie in- 
ducements to labor indnstirousV's^l'i"'' ^^*^ 
offer to all immigrants who.coJV^ to us 



Ciiuplaiu .. 



Colon. '1.. .. 

Mtlg.-Oll — 

(.'hui>laia ... 



. . .(ioodhue 
. . .Fillmore 
..Frei'borii 

Kal.ota 

. .. .Kam.sey 

Meekir 

IJaiiisey 

. .lIi-iiiK'pin 
Kaliisey 

M.'I.eod 

Iiakota 

..tieutu'pin 



KF.n.Y OF CiEN. SIU1.1.V. 

UKM.iirAK rUKS. Dl.STKUr OF MiXN.. i 
l)KV MlTM -'N r 111 Tin; NoTliWKsT, > 

St. FaI I, MiN.N.. Feb. 14 K><-.-'. ' 
«i» Errellfncv. tleu-. li'imsey, Cjvernor !■/ 
^finne.^ut<I, St. Puul, Mmn.. 
SiK-I have the honor to state thit your com- 
muuicatlou of y.-terday reached m- this morn- 
ing. In reply to the Impiries therein contuine.i 
relatiug to the di-positiju of troops station.d i.i 
this mUltary district and tlie precautions tak.-u 
.gainst apprehended stealthy attacks by th- 
hostile Sioux ujon the frontier settlements In 
the spring. I proceed to give you bri. fly such 
information asca i properlybo mide public at the 
present time. 

I have not fa led to inform myself from the 
most reliable soi rces of th- condition of atui.rs 
■imong the several Indian tribes in this .li:,trici, 
and to communicate it otfirially from tim-' to iim<- 
tothehpad.piartersof the n.p»rtment. With le- 
gard to the exp< ditlon you refer to, 1 c.\n miIv 
state that I have Assurances that my requisitions 
will receive pro vr attention, and the milit.ary 
stores and oth. r supplies required duly fur- 
nished. The pi; u proposed by me has not y.-t 
b<>en acted upoi by tho higlier authoiities. and 
I can therefore give no assurances witli n-fei- 
•nee to th» camj sign until the decision is mad^. 
lara end.*avoriiii? to dispose of all myavailnble 
force so as to .tford the most protection to the 
more expo.«ed p. inH. An order ha.s already been 
issued to tha co nmanding otlicers at the several 
sUtions along tie? line where no defeu.sive wor'K^ 
have been erected to employ the men of their 
rpgpective eoinn and* iu construeti.ng stockades. 
within which tht settlers nu-y find refuge in cas.- 
of threatened attack. There will be scouts em- 
ployed also to ^ive notice if the Indians maVe 
their appearanc. at •ay point of approach to the 
settlement*, an 1 I am about dispatching a party 



Hixttt ■teirl«»»n«. 

U,\iiliiiiirt'rf It! It. Siulllni;. 

Colon.-' Wm. (rooks -•.""".""'> 

li.-ut lol lohn f. As-rill Wat.i.haw 

Mtijor If olK.rt .V . .McLaren ••^" »!''''',';; 

or. M:.-ter...ll-r.rv I.. Carver Ka:i.se) 

<„r..o.i \;tV.-d Wli:.ri.»o ''•."":,''> 

Ut "v-"' Sur...1ure.'. W. Kaiii.ds N i.oUet 

f,\ V,'> <ur....Viii:u-tii>u. r.tler .Oo.p' 

Chapluia I'.ev. K. W . Hull Washington 

Kotpnib ISeiriusPiit. 

H,.fti>tiirtrr.: ul M'liiLnto 

( -olonel St.'ph.'U MiU-T. 

I.i,.„t.l ol Win. l;. Marshall 

.M:ijor » i.org'' I'.riidlev 

\,|jiit;;iir lohn K. .\riiold.., 

i.i-. M.'.ster...A.«utt'r 

^urg••ol I. F. Finch 

isi .\>'t Sur..l.. 11. Smi.h 

Jd .\«'t Sur \. -V .Vines 

Cliapiaiii \ac;inl 



.'toarns 

Uam« 'V 

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.^Vuba-ll:lW 

\iioka 

Iliikota 

... .chisu.To 
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Colonel 

I.i. ut. l^ol.. 

■M:0'"- 

.Vdjuiaiit.. . 
(^r. Mailer. 

.*>urgi'<'ii 

r,t A>'t Siir 
•M .\-'t Sur 



.Minor T. llmiuas . 

.lliMiry C. Rogers. 
..Ceo. A. Camp 

.«., W. Hott.rruld.. 

. .Ci'O. 1,. I- i>k 

..Frantic Uiegi r 

, ..I. II. Thurston 

. .Will. II. Uou-e... 



Wafhinglon 

Mouer 

...lleniii'pin 

liice 

. .W iiba^htiw 

Kain-ev 

. .Itliie lartd 
. . . tleniiepin 



Chaplain Vacant. 

X in til Mj-sfintenc. 

Henluuitrhrs ul St. l\ter. 

Colonel Alex. Wilkin ''','!'" "">■ 

|.i,.nt. t ol I . F. -Marsh »• i laiore 

Vl: j.Vr W . .Ma, khai.i Olmsted 

\,)j.,t;iiif r.d .•. ard II . ( ouse I'odge 

Or Ma-te: . . ..I.d.ii P. • l« i-ii- Kaiiis.-V 

.Ciirt'eoii ( has. W. l,.-ltoiit.dlier . .il.-iiii.pin 

"l^l \-"t <ur ..K. W. twil.hill Filhi.ore 

•,M .\s I Sur. ...lohn D.w.y l''."".T'' 

< liaplain Uev. Mr. Kerr .Nicollet 



T«>ntli ll*>tt:ini*>i>t. 

Tlniii'inindi- lit /.(' Sutiir. 



Colonel laiJi«'s H. Baker... 

l.ieut. Col s. I'.lennison 

Major .Mii-luiii Cook 

.V.ljiiiani I. < . I'.raiiiloii 

l)r. Master... 0''0.W. (;re.Ml 

>urgi'oii S. B. Shenrdown.. 

1st .V-^'l Sur..W. W. Clark 

•^,1 As'i Sur \. M. liurnhaiii 

Chaplain Vacint 



Ithie Farth 
...itaiiisey 

liie'e 

..I I oil -ton 

-Nt -ele 

.. . Winona 
Hill.- F.irth 
. . Fret'boru 



llount«>«l JlanK-«*ra. 

ilcac/vfiriW r>- /(/ ft. SuelliiKj 



the s.alary of the Clerk of the Supreme 
Court— .-ind on the ground that the fees 
received in the ofFice are not sufficient 
eompensatlon for the service performed. 
Not that Mr. Van Vorhes himself 
puts it upon that ground, for in that case 
the supplementary sLx hundred must go 
TO the deputy who perforins the service— 
and. that ^Ir. Van Vorhes regards the 
iees as sutruient compensation for the 
actual work of the otiice is shown by the 
fact that he restricts his deputy to the 
fees as his sole compensation. He puts 
we may suppose, an amiable construction 
upon tiio e.Ktra appropriation of si.x hun- 
dred dollars— probal)ly regards it like Mr. 
Dorrit. as a " slight testimonial" of the 
regard an I allectioa entertained for him 
bv the people of Minnesota. 

What we know is that it is, in fact, an 
annual danation out of the treasury of the 
State for the benefit of Mr. A. J. Van 
Vorhes, for which Mr. A. J. Van Vorhes 
r.-nders the St.itc nothing wh.itever in 
i-s^turn— that it is given to Mr. Van 
Vorhes ostensibly for services which are 
in reality wholly rendered by his deputy, 
and whiJh he deems sufficiently compensa- 
ted bv the fees attached thereto. 

We trust, therefore, that the Legisla- 
ture will show its regard for public mor- 
als, as well as public economy, by stop- 
ping this impudent swindle of the public 
money. It the State has six hundred 
dollars to ."pare for benevolent purposes, 
it will not be diflicult to find more deser- 
ving, as well as more needy, objects of 
chaHty than Mr. A.J. Van Vorhes. 

Till: XEXT i:»»IA.'« <A."»1PAWCJ5I 

— i»nKi»Aii iTiox.* E«». r»ox- 

TI1.1& 1>EFE.\«C. 

Tiie following correspondence will go 
far tl. allay the apprehensions current in 
our Western settlements that our military 
authorities may be caught napping by the 
Indians on tlie approach of spring. They 
don't intend to give the "varmints"— as 
L«ah-!stocking used to call them— time 
or «>nportunity to ii;ake any inroads ot. 
our settlements ; and if they shouhl ven- 
ture any experiments of that sort, the 
proba'.>ility is that they'll catch "H— ail 
Columbia." 

The suggestion of Gen. Sibley that 
Home Guards be formed under the au- 
thority of the State to act if necessary in 
i-oncert with the troops if any attack 
.-hould be made upon our Western settle- 
ments, we hope will receive the immediate 
attention of the Legislature: 

CUV. UVMSEY TO GKX. StIJLKY. 

STATK. <IK MiXNK.sOTA, | 

KxhCt iiv t Uki'ARTmknt, sr. 1'aci., Feb. 13. J 



me in case the savages show thei.iseWes in that 
quarter. If th- re.juisiiion.s for anus and ani- 
munltion'.are tiled. 1 will be enabled to arm all 
the infantrv reg.ments with Springtieid muskrts. 
and in such ca<e I shaU apply for authority to 
turn over thn arms now in the hands of most of 
t'.i.' companies I .r distribution by the State to tie- 
ppople of the ocalities most exposed f»r their 
defense. I would respectfully eueg-st that 
companies of II ome Guards be formed uuder the 
authority of th->SUtP, so that in case of neces- 
sity there may >e a concert of action on the i>art 
of the settlers. Such an organization would do 
much to prev, nt a panic, and tend to appease 
the appreh.Misions of the people generally. 

Having adverted in brief terms to the precau- 
tionary measuiTS adopted for th« security of the 
border against a renewal of the scenes of last 
summer, I clo-^e by assuring you, that so far as I 
have the meai s. they shall be employed to the 
best advantage to protect our citiien*. and ap- 
p«aso the fears ol tho setlb-rs. 

My own bel '-f i.s that the hostile Indian* will 
make no de.ic nt upon the bord.r until tliey find 
thevaro not tiemsclvei to be attacked in tli.-ir 
prairie haunt.s SUM. it Is well to make prepara- 
tion at all poll tJ to repel them should onslaughts 
be attempti-d 

Very re>p» ctfully, year ob't serv't, 

II. H.Sir.LFV. 
Brigadier (;eu»'ral Commanding. 

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i.IST OF 4TAFF AX» FIEI.» OF- 

FICERA «F THE mX.liESOTA 

von :%'1"EEK REtl.'WEXTa. 

Below wi give a list of the Field and 

Staff olficer^ of the Ten Infantry Kegi- 

ments of Minnesota Volunteers, and the 



Colonel Samuel .Mcl'liail.. 

l.ieut . Col W 111. rf:iii«!>'r 

.M;i or lohn II. Parker... 

>lHJ,,r Simon A. Iliiell... 

Adj itaiit Wm. .M. Pierce... 

iiT. .M.4«ter...l>uiican Kennedy 

Commissary. I".. D.Cobb 

.Surgeon J S Wei-er 

As't Sur K. H. ISingham... 

.Vs'l sur Jain<-« C. liliodes.. 



Hon ton 

llrowii 

Uice 

Nio.dlet 

Ohusted 

Nicoll"! 

Kainsev 

»cott 

.... \V inona 
Washington 



IlKAiHjtAr.TKi:> I)K'-ai:tmknt f 

«>F TUK Cl MBEItLANll, / 

Ml"KVl<i:KsIM>l-.n, Tenn., Feb. 5. ) 
To the Honorabl.', the General Assembly of the 
Slate of oiiio: 

The resolution of thanks passed by 
vour honorable bo<ly, to the army of the 
Cuiuberlatid, its eonimanding General and 
his stalV, has Ix-en duly received and iml)- 
lished to the troops of this eommand. On 
behalf of all, 1 return you heartfelt 
thanks. 

Tiiis is inileed a war for the mainle- 
naui-e of the Constitution ami the laws — 
nav. lor n.itional existence — .igainst those 
wlio have despised our honest Iriendship, 
deceived our just hopes, and driven us to 
defend our eoiintry ami our homes. IJy 
linil and willful slanders on our motives 
and intentions, persistently repeated, 
thev have arrayed against us our own fel- 
low citizens, bound to us by the triple 
ties of consanguinity, gi-ograi)hical posi- 
tion, and commercinl interest. 

Let no man among us be base enough 
to forget this, or fool enough to trust to 
an oligarchy of traitors to their friends, 
to liberty and human freeilom. Volunt.a- 
rv eviles from home and friends, for the 
defense and sality of all. we long liir the 
time when gentle" peae«- shall again >jtread 
iier wiuL's over our Land ; but we know 
no sueh blessing is possible while the un- 
just and arbitrary power of the rebel 



from that insecurity which now so terribly 
aillicts this State. As that part of my 
eommunii-ation has not been published, iv 
may suffice to sny here, that your able 
eorrcspondent, Taylor, in an article pub- 
lished in your columns last October, has 
shown that the evil which wo fear from 
the Indians, cannot be removed, nor even 
mitigated, by placing them in Dakota. 
Nebraska, or any of the other territories ; 
when a sparser white population will be 
much less able to sustain themselves 
against a much greater number of Indian. 
The ipiestion, what shall we do with them ? 
still remains in its full force. Wo are not, 
hoivever.k'ft without any data for answer- 
ing the question. Some valuable hints 
in reference to it, may be found in a I t- 
ter to Bishop Whipple, published in your 
weekly of December 18tli. He says, 
• The future home of the Indians should 
be selected on account of its adaptation 
to their wants, and its fitness to foster ef- 
forts for civilization. The first step of 
relorm is to secure a strong govcninient. 
Any r.ace of men will become Ishmaelites 
witiiout government. The government 
must come from us. and the laws such as 
will allord ample protection of life and 
propirty." Now, this points directly to 
what I desire for the Indians, and what, 
.according to my feeble ability, 1 have 
urf'id on the Government of our country 
foi° nioH! th.an a quarter of a centuty. 
(;ive the Indians land, from which a liv- 
in" mav be made by cultivating the sml, 
(urnish'them with the means for cultivat- 
iu" it, including food till it can be obtam- 
eiffrom the soil, and the means of pur- 
ehasiiig clothing, till, by the sale of their 
erops.°or in some other way, it may rea- 
sonably be expected of them to obtaii' 
sueh means themselves. Extend to them 
the same protection of person and Jirop- 
ertv which is accorded to all other classes 
of the population of our country. If a 
law is violated, let the transgressor be 
arrested and punished as the law directs, 
without any incpiiries about whether he 
or the pe'rsi.m injured is white, red or 
blai-k. When these things are done we 
shall be forever done with Indian w.-ir3 ; 
and if thev are instructed in Christianity, 
which thev will be much more disposed 
to receive in sueh circumstances, it will 
be of little eon.sequence to the white 
race where the red men are lo::ated, for 
life and property will be as secure among 
them as el.sewhere. The plsrt here pro- 
posed deserves consideration ; 1st, 
because it is simple and practicable: 
2d, because it has been tried, and found 
to answer the purpose; 3d, because it is 
economical : 1th, because it is humane, 
and. finally, because it is just. 

T!ie iv.eniuiindationof Bishop VV hip- 
pie to have a board of christian men to su- 
perintend and regulate all their affairs, 
and place them bevond political influence, 
mightbe useful if they were practicable; 
buT thev imply so much complex ma- 
chinery', that there is little reason to 
hope lie will live to see them adopted, 
thou'di he should live to be much older 
than"! am. The plan which I propose, 
reipiires of Congress such legislation as 
is necessary to enforce the act already 
passed by the Senate, which declares that 
Indians shall be eubject to the laws of 
the United States and the criminal laws 
of the State or Territory in which they 
may be located. 

Without some provision for the appoint- 
ment and support of officers to reside 
among, or near the Indians, to en- 
force the laws, the act referred to, like 
all other en.actments by Congress con- 
eerniu'T the Indians for the last twen- 



from beyond the ocean. I say lot 4^hem 
starve. < )ur government wdl havc-Ooiie 
its duty towards them, and tlie soonQr the , 
world 'is rid of them tbe better. 

4. This plan is humane. Ever since 
the origin of our Goveriunent, the condi- 
tion of the Aborigines of our country, m 
the land of their nativity, has been that 
of outlaws, which Bishop Whipple «ays 
Ishmaelites of any race. 1 bey 



will make Ishmaelites of any 
have been allowed to rob ai^d murder 
each other with impunity, and as Indians 
might be robbed and murdered without 
Tiolating anv law of the land, white men 
liaTC defrauded, robbed and murdered 
them, and seldom, if ever, have been 
punished lor so doing. That under such 
circumstances they have made but little 
advances in civilization, have diminished 
in numbers, and sometimes wreaked ter- 
rible vengeance on those on whom they 
looked on .as oppressors, is not strange. 
Humanity should teach us instead of treat- 
ing them like wild beasts or maniacs, to 
proiet t them as we ourselves are protect- 
ed. Finally, the plan proposed is just. 
When, as a' nation, our intercourse with 
the Indians commenced, we were fighting 
for the privilege of making our own laws, 
{^©verning ourselves, and without hesita- 
tion, accorded to them what we demanded 
for ourselves. But tbc cases were not 
eciual. We were capable of instituting 
the best government which ever existed, 
and they were incapable of instituting any 
government deserving the name. Justice, 
to them, as well as ourselves, requires 
that we extend to them the benefits of our 
government. Bv taking their hunting 
grounds, or destroying the game, we 
have deprived them of the means of sub- 
eistcnce, which they had before we had 
intercourse with them; and justice rc- 
<iuires that we make provision for their 
obtaining a subsistence in some other 
way. In no other way can tliis be done 
so effectually as by giving them .such pro- 
tection, as will stimulate them to industry. 
THOS. S, WILLIAMSON'. 

>■♦«■» — 

A 4luarrel Betwcea Brafftr «»»«* 
Breckinridare. 



as callea to oiuer uy w..-- \'"'"—" „,^y, 
I'rayer by the Chaplain, Kev. J. O. Ulcti. 

I'KTITIOXS. 

Mr SMITH presented a petition from sundry 
ciMzensof tow-n 117 north range 3' west in Ken- 
vile praying for the annexation of said tow n to 
M ll.ml couiitv The petit on was reterred to 
a^'s^ect Smiiiiitco of one consiHing of Mr. 
Smith. 

RKPORTS. 

Mr SHILT.OCH. from the Committee on In- 
ternal Improvemeuti.. to whom was "j^fpT";'* 
House bill to appropriate money to r<;pair the 
br?dBe over the Bine tarth river on the Mendota 
aiidlflg S^oux road, made a minority report pro- 
posing -undry amendments, and as s« aineuaed. 
rfafoimnended the passage of the bill. 

^r UANIELS. trom the co" niittee on Incor- 
noratloos reported back the bill to amend the act 
?o K'^'r^ie the city of Kochester. with a fa- 
TOfble recojiimendatiou. 

" IMRwW'CTIO.S AM) FIRST READIXG. 

Rr Mr MoC LUKK. a bill for an act to amend 
,,K 14 of4apter's9of the pubUc statutes re- 
latii c to the ?»t'* of lands for the pavment of 
debts bv executives, administrators ana guard • 

„- AUo a hill for an act to amend section ^2 
orch«pter« of tl^ public -tatut.s relating to 
?he payment "f debt; and legacie. of deceased 



^Mr* THATCHER offered a resolution that tho 
Legislature aeljourn iiiie die on the 25tli iusl.. 



THK C.W.SES OK TIIK DIFFICULTY. 



From the Xashville Tnion, February 7. 

The public have hitherto had vague 
intimations that the relations between 
Generals Bragg and Breckinridge and the 
Kentucky troops have for some time past 
been of a nature by no means amicable, 
and not long before the defeat ot Bragg 
at Stone's River, their mutual hatred 
broke out in a quarrel. 

From the dav when Bragg began to 
retreat from Keutuckv, Breckinridge and 
the Kentucky rebel soldiers distrusted 
Bragg and felt gloomy. Bragg saw much 
and his spies told him more, bringing him 
each day petulant and sarcastic remarks, 
dropped unguardedly in conversation by 
disatfected soldiers and officers. Breck- 
inridge and Bragg understood each other 
perfectly, and they became «leadly f^oes. 
Not lon'g before the battle ofStoue's river, 
a private in Breckinridge's division was 
court martialed for a trivial offence, and 
as he was a Kentuckian, Bragg ordered 
him to be shot as a warning to all soldiers 
from that state. Kentucky blood was ra- 
ther too feverish, ho said, for the health 
of the armv, and he thought a little blood 
letting would bring the corn crackers to 
their senses . 

Breckinridge hastened to Bragg's head- 
quarters as soon as he heard ot the un- 
fortunate sohUor's doom,and begged that 
his life might be spared. The soldier had 
offended, it was true, but still his oflence 
was trivial— far too trivial to be expiated 
by a terrible death. Bragg replied that 
there had been too much grumbling 
among the Kentucky troops, and he in- 



•^■niesebilU were read twice and referred to the 

X'^i'r^BAu'wKa-blllforan act to protect 

"■r'^^'^u'^rln'fctroVroX'for the ass.ss- 
Hou!«v* "ni;"'^ a" a^' /»» -itax for tiUie purpos- 
ment ana collection of a po.. i*^ '""^ i»i»i«' fu'V" 
es, was lea I a first time. . . 

House bill for an act to exten.-l »»« "™^ [^ 
collecting the taxes of Stearns co:^''%^'JZ 
year U02, and ;« authorize the county ^'^*" 
to collect the «ai.<e, »"<! »o legalize the ^*^T... 
inent thereof Kft ad twice and reti-rrcd to a ''^ 
lect committ'-e oj oiie. consisting of Mr. Mooie. 
Mr. MOO KK at a .subsequent stage ot the su- 
ting referred the bUJ b.wk and recommended its 
passage. 

JOINT RKBOLfTIONB Of f HK LEGISLATURE OK 
I>KI,AWAKK. 

A mfssagc was received from the Governor 
transmitting certain resolutions of the Legisla- 
tive Assembly of the St»t* of Delaware on the 
state of Federal A ffaird. 

These resolutions were intouAely Copperhead 
in their character, stating that the Union of the 
States was not desirable unles* slavery was re- 
stored to itsformerfooting; that the abolitionists 
were a bad setof fellows, and that the President's 
proclamation had hurt the feelings of these re- 
solvers very much. 

On motion of Mr. SMITH, the resolutions were 
laid on the table. 

COMMITTKE OK COSFKUKSCK 

A message having been received from the 
Hou^! stating that they had disagreed with tbe 
am«-nuuie«t of tli» Senate to the House joint res- 
olution auHiprizing the appointment of a Com- 
missioner to proceed to Madison. Wisconsin to 
treat concerning tVe cession of Douglas county 
to MinnesoU. On mvtion of Mr. SMITH, the 
Senat.* adhered to its anfcendment. 

Ou motion of Mr. SMI I'll, a committee of con- 
ference was appointed by the Senate, consisting 
of Messrs. Smith, Heaton, and tUtuian, to confer 
with a similar committee Irom the House, in re- 
lation to this disagreeing vote. , ., , ^ 

The House having also disagreed with tlie Sen- 
ate amendment to 

IIOAItl) OK AUDlTor.S. 

The Senate bill for the election of a new board 
of state Auditor*, which was sent back to the 
House yesterday in consequence of the noncon- 
currence of the Senate in two of the House 
amendments, was again received from the House 
that body having receded from one of th'-ir 
amendments and a<lhered to the other, extending 
the term of office till the 14th of April. | 

On motion, the Senate concurred ,with this 
amendment. .... 

The House having also amended one of their 
owB amendments, ou motion of Mr. BALDWIN. 
the bill was again returned to the House, with a 
hint to conform their action to their own rules. 

The House bill providing for the collection of 
special school taxes in Dakota county for the 
vear 1*V.;. . , 

" 3Ir. XASH moved that the Senate recede from 
their amendment, whicli motion was lost, and ou 
motion of Mr. NASH, a coB»ju.ittee of conference, 
consisting of Me.'srs. Nash. Clark and Moore, 
were appointed to confer in relation tj this 
amendment. 

TlIlItD REAinXG AND PASSAGE. 

House bill lor an act to extend tho time for 
collecting the taxes of Stearns county for the 
year IM2, and to authorize the county treasurer 
to collect the same, and to legalize the assessment 
thereof. Passed— ayes lH, nays 1. 

REl'AIR or CKUTAIH KRIDGKS. 

The House bill making an appropriation of 
$2,000 from the internal Improvement fund for 
the repair of the bridge across the Blue Earth 
river, was under consideration in Committee of 
the Whole, .Mr. Dailey in tlio chair. 

The minority report of Mr. Shiilock was adopted 
appropriating $1,000 for the Blue 1-Urth bridge, 
and fl.fXH) for a bridge over tho Cottonwood river 
in Brown county. . . 

On motion of Mr. BALDWIN, a still further 
amendment was made,ap>)ropriatiug S5<J0 for the 
repair of the bridgeover Crow river near Dayton, 
and as so amended, the bill was reported back to 
the Senate, and read a third time and passed. 

Tlj« Senate then adjourned. 



which was adopted. 

Mr MLllKAY moved to reconsider the vot.« 
wherebv the resolution to adjourn on the -Jiith 
inst , wa-s carried, which was agreed to, and tht 
motion A-as then laid upon the table. 

Mr THACHEK offered a resolution that the 
IlouJe meet daily at i* a. M.. after the IBth inst. 

The resolution was amended so as to read hall- 
past nine, and then adopted, 

HOUSE niLi. rAssrn. 

The bill to amend the charter of the city of St. 
Paul, was read a third time and passed. 

CONIEKKNCK COMMITTEES. 

The Senate having refu.sed to recede from iM 
amendment to the joint resolution, relating ».» 
the appointment of a commissioner to urge the 
memorial for the cession of Douglas countv upou 
the Legislature of Wisconsin. Messrs. Kichan! 
son, Wakefield, and Bentley were appointed a 
Committe of Conference. 

The Senate having refuted to recede from lit 
amendment to the bill providin: for the colh-c 
tion of special school taxes for the year IboJ lu 
the county of Dakota, Messrs. Hayes, CampU-ll 
and Chamberlain were appointed a Committee ot 
Conference. , .. , . ^ ,, 

The Senate having dechned to act upon tie- 
House amendment t.. the S.-nate amendment on 
the bill providing lor the creation ot a Boaid 
of Auditors, on the ground that the last IIous.^ 
amendment was an amendment to the origiual 
House amendment and not the Senate amenu 
lueiit to the House amemlment, the question 
came up on the ques^tion whether the Hous- 
wmld recede from its amendment. Ihe Hou^.' 
rffus"d to recede, and apiK.inted Messrs. J aii.p 
fcM'Jl, Kidder and Mitchell a Committee of Lonfcr- 
eM**J/ 

SENATE niUl.S IN rUOORESS. 

1'b« l*U tiw ;jut,horize and empower the County 



»^i,y.-sioners 4^ Hennepin county toapprtpn- 
"^rfJ***! pipneyi': ffiiving been rei>orted baifc 
i^te I ■■^^•^tt.ee, was i-^.^iicd to a second «ihd 
from c .,,=, im4er a siiapca^yon of rules au.t 
third ria<- ^ 
passed. -UfiiX *>ai»k Ives to establish 

The bill autho - ,.v«s lafcep froiiu the tahl. , 
a Kerry at Ked « in^, • , tifnc to ten years lut-i 
amended by limiting tii 

then I'^JXP''- . , •* Hi o'clock. 

ihe House took a recess unt.. %, 

AFTERNOON SESSIU.. .' 

7'hc House met at a 'j' o'clock. _^„ . , 

Mr. JIcOKA III called up the Senate me. *^,'""'; 
to Congress, authorizing the Minneapolis . '*, 
Cedar \ alley Kailroad to locate certain lands, aiiu. 
under a suspension of the rules, was read a se- 
cond and third time and paK^cd. 

Mr. BACON called from the table Senate bill to 
amend chapter 0, of the Session I>aws ol IHV.;, s.> 
that County Commissions elected ou generiil 
ticket should hold office for only onj year, and 
the bill was passed tinally. 

IX CO.MMITTEi. OK THE WHOLE. 

Tht' House went into Committee of the Whole, 
Mr. S.MITH in the Chair. 

The bill to provide for the collection of persi,- 
nal ta.xes by Town and City Treasurers, wa.< 
considered, amended and recommended for pas- 



tv-ei'"lft vears.'wiir'be a" dead UMter, so rendeJ to stop it, if' he had to shoot eve- 
far as relates to benefiting tliem or the ry man of them. Brecki 



First Regincntof .Mounted Rangers. The | K-aders conlronls and threatens us 



last five art retained in the State for the 
protection of our frontier. The First is in 
Hooker's Army of the Potomac, in lleint- 
zelmans d vision ; the .Second is in Rost- 
crans' dtp irtracnt, at Gallatin, Tenn. ; 
the Third, at Columbus, Ky. ; and the 
Fourth am' Fifth in Grant's army in Mis- 
sissippi; tie former nine miles from Mem- 
phis, and the latter near Corinth : 
First Itcs^lment. 

COfSTV OK 
RAXK. NAMES. RE.SI..EM K. 

Colonel .C.eorge N . Morgan Henn-pln 

Lt. Colonel. . . Wm. Coh ille, .Jr (.oo. l.ue 

jiajor Chas. P. Adams Dak.-ia 

.\dlutaut .John Pelh-r. 

Or Mast.>r . • . Francis Baa-en Brow ii 

>urg.-..n Wm. H.M.it.m .Kaiu-y 

1st \s't Sur ...lohn B. LeHloud Houston 

•'d As't Sur. . h diiioud G. Pug-l-y . . . .Washington 

Chaplain Kev. F. A.< onwell. 

TRA .SKIiltS, UESKJ.NATIONS, Err. 

Col. Willi t A. Corman, of lUmsey, promoted 
Brigadier C-nerai, S«-pt. 7, 1N>1. , , , 

Col. N. J. T. Dana, of Uamser. who suceeed.Hl 
him. made ftrigadior General, February 4, l*'^ 

Col. Alfnd Sulley, C. S. A., who succeed, d 
him, made Irigadi^r General. 

Major Wi 1. H. Uiko, r4'sixn*'d Oct. '..>,', ISol. 

kev. E. I . Neill, Chaplain, Ramsey Couuty, re- 

Lieutena it rdonel Stephen Miller to be Colonel 
of tho bev» nth Itegiment. 



ll«cosi«l Me yim^Mt. 

,.Janus George 



I Kidjjf 

Fillmore 

I^msi'v 

Ram^ev 



Gknek.vl: — The prevailing rumors that the 
Sioux, undi-r Little Crow, are prej^ring for a re- 
nuuipfion of hostilities iu the spring, are, Iain 
informed.exciting a deep anxiety throughout our 
I'roiiti-r settlements. 

From the well-kuown suddenness and secrecy 
of Indian movements, and the great extent of 
the exposed frontier, a feverish apprehension ^^^^_ 
i»ts that you may be unable with the force at your | Major "..'..'. H»'ns Mattsou 
tommiui to protect our borOttr «ettlemeut« from | AdJuUnt. . . .Cyroae 11. lM»ke^7 



Anoka 

Dakota 

. .. .Goodhue 
Dakota 



Colonel - . 

Lt. Colonel. ...I. W. Bish.p 

Major •'•"Vr" 

Adjutant C.F.Meyer 

tjr. Master . . „ .„ „ 

S*urg«on.. ..M.C. Tollman 

1st As't Su -..John L. Armstrong. 

M As't Su-..Wm. Brown 

Chaptaln Rev. T. R. Cressey . . 

TR VX.SKKRS AND RESIO.NATIOSS. 

Colonel I. P. VanCleve, made a Brig. G. neml. 
Migor Alex. WUkin, promoted Colon.l of the 

Ninth KcD ment. .■/-,. t 

A.lhitaui D. Haney. promoted Car taiu, since 
ant^ n ed A i. Quariermaster to Gen.Van Ciev.v 
Tuutan. S P Jennison. promoted Li.ulenant 
Colonel of the Tenth Regiment. 



Craf>y as the fox, cruel as the tiger, 
thev i-ried. " no i-ocn-ion,"' while jinpar- 
ing to. -strike us.Bidly like, they propost-d 
toli'^ht U.5 because they said they i-ould 
whip us five to one ;' ami now, when 
drivi-n back, they whine out '* no inva- 
sion,*' and promise us of the West per- 
mi.ssion to iirivigate tin- Mississijijii river, 
if we will be -'good boys," and do .as 
thev bid US. 

VVheiever they have the power, they 
drive before them into their ranks tin- 
Southern people, ami tl«-y woulil also 
drive us. Trust them not! Were they 
aliie, tht v wonld iiwade and destroy ns 
witl.out 'nit-ny. Absoluttly .assure 1 ol 
these thing.s. \ mn amazed that any om.' 
could think of ju-.-i.e on any terms. lit- 
who entertains the senliiuent is lit only to 
b»! a slave ; hi- who utters it at this time, 
moreover, is a traitor to his count ly. who 
deserves the scorn and (-oiitcinpt of all 
honorable men. When the pow.-r of the 
unscrupulous rebel leaders is removed, 
and the pi-ople are free to consider ami 
act for tlieir own interests which are com- 
mon with ours under this (ioverniueiit, 
there will be no gre.at tlilHculty in frater- 
nization. Between our taste* and social 
life there are fiwer diirt-rences than be- 
tween those of the people ol the northern 
and southern provinces of England or 
Ireland. IIoi'iMg the time may speeidly 
come V hi n the power ot the perlidious 
and cruel tvrant of this rebolllon h-aving 
been overthrown, a peaci- may be laid on 
the broad IbumHtion «-f national unity 
and equal justice to Jill, under the Consti- 
tution and laws. 

1 remain your fellow citizen, 

W. S. lli.sK.tUAN.-*, Maj. Gen. 



I Colonel C. W'. Griggs 

1 Lt. Colonel.. .C. C. Andrews 



. ...Kam.sey 

Stearns 

, . .GoodliuH 
. . , .plnisted 



N ° 



T 1 C K 



The undersigned have removed to Mes-rs. 
Xicids 4. Dean's Iron Storj'on Third street. Ijar- 
tlH.s having ii<it'-s oraccnunts pnvable at our ollice 
are requested to call and settle Ihe same immeUi- 
atelv. .S. P. & P. F. HODGES. 

November -W, ISO;:. nov-1>-Hn 



whites. With such provision it may do 
more to improve the Indians, and protect 
the whites against injuries from them, 
than all the laws emacted for such pur- 
poses from the first origin of our Gov- 
ernment. 

2(1. This plan has been tried and 
found en'ectu.al. Mr. Taylor in his lec- 
ture has told us that he saw villages of 
ptacable. inollcnsive Indians .almost with- 
in cannon s 'ot of Quebec and Montreal, 
and he, and other travelers, assure us 
that white men travel and reside secure- 
ly among the Indians in every part of 
British Tossessions north of us. And 
why ? Because everywhere the F^nglish 
laws .are acknowledged as in force, and 
if a human being is robbed or murdered, 
the culprit is punished without any in- 
quiries as to his race, or the color of his 
skin, or that of the person injured. If 
.security is thus secured throughout the 
immense procession of the Hudson's Bay 
Company, inhabited, for the most part, 
exclusively by Indians and fur traders, 
ihe latter "few and far from each other, we 
(-annot think so meanly of our Govern- 
ment, as to suppose it incapable, by sub- 
jecting the Indians to just and equal haws, 
to secure «>ur people from being injured 
by them whenever they may reside in our 
States or Territories. 

:'.. This plan is economical. Our Gov- 
ernment annually expends millions of 
dollars to sustain armies to keep the In- 
dians in subjection, and in feeding and 
clothing thein to keep them from starva- 
tion ; yet many of them are starving, a 
considerable part cvc-y year, and our ar- 
my is unable to restrain th«m from steal- 
iii'i' and robbing— for men, whether white 
or" red will steal and rob at the risk of 
their lives. But why do they starve? 
Because white men have appropriated to 
their own use or destroyeil the natural 
productions of the country on which three- 
Iburths of the Aborigines formerly sub- 
i-isted ami men will not cultivate the 
earth 'with that steady industry which is 
necessary to procure a living without 
more prospect of the fruit of their labors 
than heathen Indians can have without 
any protection of the law. Those tribes 
and iiarts of tribes that have been even 
partially instructed in Christianity, owing 
to a better state of morals, are never re- 
duced to starvation, and give our gov- 
ernment comparatively little trouble, 
thouuh their condition would be greatly 



,, ...... ., inridge replied 

that Kentuckians were not used to be 
treated like slaves. Br.agg retorted that 
they might get used to that or any other 
treatment he saw fit to give them, as soon 
as they pleased. For his part he -would 
a little rather take a Kentuckian for a 
warning than anybody else. Breck- 
inridge said that the Kentuckians were 
ready^to spill their last drop of blood to 
unite their Slate with the South. Bragg 
retorted that they had a (jueer way of 
showing it, if they felt that way. But 
d— n Kentucky, 'lie was fighting not 
lor her, but for the ('onfederacy ; not for 
what he wanted, but for what he could 
get. Breckinridge then asked if no leni- 
ency could be extended to the unfortu- 
nate soldier of bis division who was con- 
demned to die. Bragg sharply answer- 
ed. No. Bn'ckinridge theujsaid the ex- 
ecution would be a military murder, 
whereupon Bragg immediately ordered 
him to be placed under arrest. The news 
of the arrest flew like wildfire throughout 
the Kentucky camps, and created a storm 
of excitement and indignation. Company 
after ^company rushed out and stacked 
their arms, refusing to obey any orders 
until their General was released. Revolt 
and secession were the watchwords of the 
Kentucky troops at that time. A most 
alarming' condition of affairs existed in 
the rebel army, and Bragg, not daring to 
proceed any further, telegraphed to Jett, 
Davis to come and settle the broil. Da- 
vis came and Breckinridge was released, 
but the soldier was shot. The dilhcultv 
was still not settled, and Bragg, m sol- 
emn silence, waited for a chance to re- 
venge himself. At Murfreesboro, after 
he had fullv determined to retreat, he or- 
dered Breckinridge, on Saturday night, 
with devilish refinement of malice, to 
make an attack on our lines, which he 
must have known would be unsuccessful. 
Breckinridge .and liis Kentucky troops 
obeyed the order, and were repulsed with 
a shocking loss. They were literally cut 
to pieces. The only thing which Bragg 
regretted was that Breckinridge was not 
left on the field as poor Hanson was, and 
that his division was not extenninatcd. 



UOUSEIOF RKPRE.' i'.NTATIVKS. 

Saturday. Feb. 14. 18C3. 
The House .mot .at the usual hour. Prayer by 
theChaptainI 

A number of petitions were pre.sonted and re- 
fdrred to appropriate committees, 

REPORTS. 

Mr.WALKEK. from the Committee on Claims, 
reported adversely to the claims of S. A. Hooper, 
for forage and subsistence furnished State troops 
and express dispatcli bearers. 

Also, favorable on claims of James J. Green 
and Goodhue County liepnblican. 

Mr FURBEK, from the Committee on Public 
Lands, reported adversely to the |>etitiou of Mel- 
ville Hall and others, for refunding money paid 
as school luid rents. . 

Mr. HAYES, from the Committee on Judiciary, 

- - • •• ' -'le bill au- 

aud con- 



sage. 

The Senate bill abolishing the office ofCommi '•' 
sioner of Statistics, was considered, and recom- 
mended passage just as it came from the Senat«-. 

The bill repealing the Dog Tax Law was con- 
sidered. 

Mr. KIDDER offered the foTlowIng: 

" My dog the truest of his kind 
With gratitude inflames my mind, 
I marli his true, his faithful way, 
And in my kervice. copy Trav.'' 
The bill was recommended for indefinite post- 
ponement. 

The bill providing for the publication of th" 
General Laws in German was considered an t 
amended, fo as to embrace only the School Laii 1 
and Tax Laws, and to be published also In th>* 
Swecde and Norwt-gian language. The bill wui 
then recommended for passage. 

The Committee then rose, and on the question 
of concurring it was divided and the report on 
the bill providing for the publication of the Gen- 
eral Laws in German coming up. 

Mr. WISWELL moved to strike out the amend 
niciit made in committee, which was adopted — 
yeas L'.l, nays 14. The report for passage wat 
adopted. 

A further divi.sion of the report was made, su 
that the report on the Personal Tax Bill coniiug 
up. 

Mr. HAYE.S moved an addition to section '<>, 
to the efl'ect that the County Treasurer of Dakoii 
<'ounty stiuuld collect the taxes of tho ciiy of 
Hastings. 

The amendment was agreed to^ and the Report 
was adopted. 

The remainder of the Report was adopted, and 
the House adjourned. 

Monetary. 

COIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIOXS OF 

THOMPSON BKO.'S BAXKEKS AND DEALERS IN 
KXCHAMOE, LAND WARRANTS, ETC. 

St. Paul, February 14, 1863. 

EXCHANUE RATES. 

Selling for. Premium. 

Bankable Fands % per ct. prenr. 

American Gold 40 per ct. 

Orders for United States Land Warrants, SUt- 
warrants, kc, promptly executed. 

SUte and United SUtes Coupons paid at our 
counter. 

. ♦ « ♦ t ♦ • — 

Commercial. 



St. Paal ntarkett. 

St. Pail, Misx., Feb. 15, 186.!. 

The weather yesterday did not favor trade much, 
and receipts from the country were dull, lu 
wheat there was very little doing— pork dull. 

Prices in tlie main are unchanged. 



reported adversely to the passage of the bill 
horiitiug Katherine S. Fullerton to sell 
vey certain real estate. Adopted. 

Also, adversely to the bill repealing chapter 27 
of the Session Laws of lNi.i. Adopted. 

Also, a substitute for the bill amending section 
3 chapter 70 of tieneral Ijiws of 1800. Adopted. 
'Mr.nANDEU.SON. "dv^rsely to the petition 
for commissioners to lay out a State Koad in Fill- 
more county. Adopted. 

Alto, forlthe indeuuite po.stpondment of thebill 
appropriating money in the building of a bridge 
across Sand Creek, in Scott county. Rijiort 
amended and bill referred to Committee of the 

Mr. UA"YES. from the Committee on Military 
Affairs, reported back the claim of Anson North- 
un with the recommendation that the claimant 
be allowed to withdraw the same. The report 
was referred to the Commtteeon Education. 

Several o'lier reports were made by committees 
favorable to the passage of bills referred to them. 
BILLS INTRODLCED. 

By Mr. I*OIlTER, a joint resolution as follows : 
The Joint Committee to wliom was referred 
resolutions instructing said Committee ou Indian 
Affairs to report what measures are necessary for 
the restoring of confidence to our frontier settle- 
ments, U'g leave to report that they have had the 
same under consideration, and that they deem 
it one of the most important duties now devolv- 
ing upon the present Legislature to provide some 
measures wlier.by the protection and safety of 
our frontier settlement- may be secured from fur- 
ther Indian depredation-. It Is scarcely neces- 
sary to advert to the bloedy scenes of IS<«2 iu justi- 
fvine the course of our frontier settlers in leav- 
iiii: the countrv for place* of greater safety. The 
well known fact that the >ioux Indians hive 
lately invaded the fronfiernortion of our State, 
devasted our countrv, murdered our citizens, car- 
ried away women and children into captivity, 
and are still threatening to renew their attacks 
n the spring upon our defeucele^8 citizens, is, 
we think, sufRiient cause for inimediat« and de- 
cisive action on the part of Minnesota, for the 
interposing of relief from the Indian population 
now in the Southern ami Western portion of the 
State and as there is little probability that the 
uresent Congress will make provision for the re- 
moval <.f these Indians, and as the safety, welfare 
and prosiierity ©four people^^ demand the speedy 
removalofall the Indian tribes from the South- 
ern and Western pan of the State, Iherefore 

Rtsoh-ed, The Senate concurring, that the 
Governor of the SUte be and is hereby authorized 
and empowered to employ such force from the 
State Militia a<! will extend protection and secu- 
ritv to tiie frontier settlement, and that he make 
immediate preparation for the ^n^.-jf '»«''»' °* 
all the Indian population now In southern Min- 
nesota! beyond the boundaries of the State, at as 
early a period as the 1st of July, should Congress 
fail to enact a law for that purpose. 

Bv Mr BRISBIN, a bill to provide for the ser- 
vice of process in actions against counties. 

By Mr. HAYES, a bill to prevent parties In 

action for a divorce to l>e witness in said action. 

BvMr SHERWOOD, a Wll to authorize the 

Countv Commissioners of Fillmore County to 



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THK PRESS PRINTING COMPANY havin- 
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ther us« for the following Presses, offer them for 
sale at low prices for cash. 

Grixernsey Press, 

lo puifect order, having averaged about 7,f>00 im- 
pressions dally up lo November last. It wil 
print a form Vix^'Z, aul one man can with eas^t^ 
work 600 per hour. 

IIUGGLE'S JOB PRINTING ENGINE. 

Quart 'r Medium, printing a form 12)^x9. Is In 
good order, and capable of doing ne»t work ve y 
rapidly. 

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Storage* Eo v-v^-nrclliie: and 
Ooiniuission 3Xercliant 

AND 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF GRAIN. 

Will store Flour, Grain or any kind of Produc--, 
and will make liberal advancements on the sam>'. 

Oats, Barley and Rye wanted, for which th<i 
highest market price will be paid. 
UPPER WAREHOUSE AT UPPER LEVEE, 

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At Little Canada, on the 13th Inst., ISAIAH 
LE MAY, Esq., father of Joseph Le May, Esq., 
ol Pembina, aged 72 years. 

inou<'U iDeir coim.ti".. "^ — - ^^ j Funeral to-day, (Sunday,) at Oo dock, triena. 

improved by being subjected to our laws. | and acqnainUnces are invited to atiena, 



issue County Orders for payment to volunteers. 

By Mr. BUELL,a joint re.iolutbin apportioning 
the Internal improvement moneys among the 
several counties. 

Mr. MURRAY moved to indefinitely postpone 
tho resolution, which was adoptod, yeas -C, nays 

17. 

BE80LVTIo:js. 

Mr. BUTLEP^ offered » rwolutloa wquoatlng 



AUCTION NOTICE 

Every Friday, at 11 o'clock, we sell Dry Goodi 
at Auction. 

The first Saturday in every month we sell 
Horses, Cutters, Wagons. &c., and every day »« 
private sale, we sell good.* cheaper than they can 
Le bousht eUewliere in <he Slate. 

* FAIRCHILD & MARCH. 

Auction i Commission Merchants, 
feb15-2t 3 d-»t., stone block, next the Bridge. 

"T HOMESTEAD FOR SALE 
CHEAP FOR CASH. 

A valuable place within the city limits, contain- 
ing an acre and an eighth of ground, under good 
cultivation, with Iruit trees and shrubbery, and a. 
g.od house, barn, well, 4c . for sale for »1 000. 

Or half an acre of the ground, for tl.OOO. 

Iu case no sale is made, the place wUl be gtve« 
on security for «800, loaned on six or twelv» 
month-* at a liberal rate of interest. Further lu- 
formaUoncan be had upon einjiiby M the Pre.« 
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!»c«*' ail'! iioMi)e>t ' u( XplH'leon's reJer- 
en^is to llie Uniteil .St.ites, in th<'h>ttertr> 
lus ^Ie.\Iiat»<oiuinin»!er, (ien. Fony, It 
^ays ; 

Tiie Kmpenir a< idn'sscs (Ien. Foroy in 

lant;iiai,'<' wlii< 11 11 is;Iit roi:.<e to ai!;;«T a 
l.'ss f\. itaMe pi-iple than tliat of tlu- 
L'liiteil Slatts. 1 the FotliTals an- nut 
too iii'.uli uixorbiii ni the iiirij;ination ot 
!Jriti>Ii pertiily Mul nialiee, they will 
pro!>al)lv show tl <ir reMiitnioiit at the 
llmjHTor'.^ propoj..! to limit tiuir pouur. 
l*a*>in^ heyo:nl the bonntl.s of military 
ii!Str;i.tioii. he <^\\y » to the (lencral an « .\- 
pl.iriation »>f his ntotivei! for emliarkiii;^on 
a t-ovtlv aiiil ti-ilioiis fiitfrprist-. lit- savs 
il.at tiiiTi- ari- pt-oplt* wl.o ask why Frauee 
.•>houlil expend nun and money 10 found 
a roirular (lovcrmnent in Mexico; and 
his answt'r to siii-li iii([uir«T> is that *'\\ v 
mi:>t h ivf an intirost in the Ki-ptihlic ot 
the liilted State:' lifi:e4 pi)Wirtid and 
pro.'pt reus, lii;t n >t that she shoidil take 
piis.<( 5sion o[' the .vliole (Jidl o{ M< .\no. 
tlitn«o i-onimanil tl:e Antillies, as well 
as So itli Aimrita. and he the only 
ili>pci .-er of the pnnle.efs of the Nt w 
Vv'orii!."' To av« ri tlu' «lomination of a 
>-n.:!e ra -e is tl;e avowt-d «lesij;n of the 
I'rtiuh ihnprror, and were tin- .Mtxiran 
♦•xpedition no otiierwise remarkable it 
woidil ha\e a elaii i to be niutiniiiTed as 
tiie first s-rions atfentpt o\' Ihirop.- to re- 
sist tlsr advann- Oi" Anieriean diinofraoy 
anil establi-h a balance of power on the 
Western eontinvt.t. Six numtlis a^o the 
cliaiues ol ilie w »>de eountry Iroin tiic 
(.III'; to flu' St. Lavre:i:'e bciiivr Jlos.»»•^Ld 
'.'V a >i!i^li' Ucpublie were, p-.'rhaps. 
i^naicr tiian thfv are now, but in nitcr- 
preti'ii^Xapolcoif' ideas wc nuist rcjiuni- 
i>er that lri>m his pt»int of \ icw Federal and 
tontedcrafc are ;dl one. The ambition 
of Ani^lo-Saxons, iioweverdivitu-il amonj; 
tiiemsilves. must be !a!al to the Mexi- 
cans iinh'ss thesi' can I'C broiiirht under 
usta'-Ie aiiil respc ted tJovorninciit. ••'I"o 
ri'.<toro to the 1. iti.i race im the other 
.oide of t!ie Atlantic all it.s .strength ami 
ore.v'M.v ;" "to j. ive s«'cnriry t» otir 
\\ e>' linli.i eolonits and those ol ."^pain ;" 
iiid *• to establish our Iriendly inlliietice 
ill t!ie centre of America," are «ibjccts 
eipially attractive fo France, whether her 
rival be the restored rnioii. or not the 
h's< w.irlike anvl unbitious Confederacy 
of iVesideiit Davis. 

' ; \r IX Till rMTKr> kinctx^m. 

i i!<- stoik of w'leat now in the United 
lvi:iL:doin is l',t>S;'..S*)r> tjuartcrs. or It',- 
7r.'.;-Jlr brisheU. The London iSj-etlc 
>ays, to this snpply, niay be addci! abort 
■ me ir.illion tpiartcrsof lUiiir. barley, cats. 
iV'c. : conso'jncntly, r.:ther over threi'md- 
'■: n ip;arlers of jirodiice are still in th" 
. ' the inipi>rtir.,i: honse.<«, or about 

1,1 "111 quarters moie than at tc.e cc-r- 
• . - '.unluv^ pcrio'l in b'^^i':.*. Thcdepend- 
.:e of lv.iL;land upon foreign countrij's 
i: : i:s colonies, for a supply of wln-at in 
I J. exceeded .SS percent., and tills ye.ir 
1: vv;.! l)e still j;riater; but the Uazc'tc 
r.mls comfort in the great crops of the 
Tr-.ted States and the Colonies. Proba- 
bly this I'a -t is w'lat keeps En<;;land, to 
so.ne ext.nt, on Icr ^-ood behavior, and 
■fs. V I Iroiii active interi leddliie' u\ our all'airs. 



and i'l-otn ( hapcl I'oint below the town, 
are really iniite lovily. The roatls. how- 



riinnin^ into flie cotinlrv, are .vaiidv and 



exlriiiulv 



bad. 



and ability, those vr'it'.x whom he i? most 
intimate fcellbr him the allci-tion of sons 

ev» r, ill tiie neioli'i.oriioinl, and tlaiM- to a hither. < )ld f ieiu'ral Stott was cor- 

ect ill savini: that when I.ee joiiu d the 
I'h rroident's n'st- .Southern cause, it was worth as niiicii as 

denro, ealhd the "tiny Ilniise," in eon- 1 the .leees.sion of •-''•,(NM> men to the rebels. 

fradiction. 1 siippo>e, to tlie "White' .Sinee then, everv injury that it was 

House." is a lar-e. well built private re.^i- I jiossiide to inlliet, tin- .Noi tlnriiers have 

ilence. hiri'd liirthi- purpose. uniil.- ucli time j hi-apetl upon hiiii. His house on the 

as the (ioverniiii nt ?>lia!l ih'.ide npiui the 

luture capital ol their Ke])ublic, wiiatever 

that may lie. Ibit every tini'setin-ia-jrced 

w iih re;^aril to it.s not Ixiti^j; Kichiuond ; 

and objections to .selei-tiu;^ tliat city are 

raided by all i-las.«es «l' the pcoi'le, from 

every one i>f the .State", auil. .-trai<L'<- to 

.say, particularly Iroin \'ir;^iiiia. Vi'iiliiis, 

nio^t ct>tinue.s and citiis would be ambi- 

tiou.s ot i'ueh an honor, .ts it would raise 

the value i>f property r.iid inev:ta''lv "jive 

an ininasiil ini.utiis to trade and busi- 

iii'ss. Ibit \ ir;;inia objccls b>r scveiai 

reasons; the chi.-f beiiiLj, that i:i whatever 

Stale tite ireneral seat <>f (loveruiuctit is 

located, it will be neicssary for that State 

1.1 j^ive up ail jiiij>di( fion in and arn;n>d 

the lity, us Maryland and ^'ir;:inia ili<l 

bcli'ie with rc^'avil to War.-hinj;toii. 
A'i.'itiuj: ihe olli.-e of the Secretary o( 

War, he was " surprised to see the nmn- 

bcr of Yankee reeimental lla^^s heaped up 

in a corner, ami piled in bun;dcs." Ol 

the .slaves, he s;'y.- : 

The woril slave, however, is never 

used by .Southerners in a!liidii'«r to fheui : 

tiiat ot Xf-rriiiil beinj; sul>?tili.tid univer- 
sally. .So that, wticn a man talks of his 

servar.fs in the South, lie is alwavs un- 

d rstood to mean hi-" si:nes. It i^i lor 

this reason that in. tlie North i »> vvliitv 

minis evtr called a si-rvant ; t!ie term 

/;<•.'/' bein^ used inst%'ad. All the hotels 

and estal>li>hinents reouiriiii^a laroe i>uni- 

ber ot liand.N have siavis li.rcd from mast- 
er-, wiio h't thi'in out pri'ci>e!y in the 

sami' manner that A livery-st ibh' keeper 

in Kn.h'.nd lets out his h»n>es. Tlie 

slave.> in larire towns are inferior in moral 

charactir to tiu'-^e upon plantation.-: ; ami 

annniir>t tlie llirmer there is always a lar-je 

ailiiilxtnre ol whiti- blooil. wliich is vi-ry 



n thn 



rare.iiiiiced,a:ni>iiu>t la'tiihaiiiN. In many 
or 1 nii'^ht say in most S::ites. if a woman 
tipon a plantation p:ivcs birth to a child 
oi" any l<iit el'ony hue, it is con-iiilered a 
sort td slur ujio'i the i>wiier ol the estate; 
ainl siie ']■* UM;aliy s:>Id to somi- i ity mas- 
ter as soon .IS the fact beeoaits known, 
in order, if pos; ible, to h» .sh u'.> t!ie 
scandal eertaiu to ari«e in the 
hood Iroin the e'.rcum>t:mce.- 
been inlonneii by m.iuy planters tliat. a* 
a rule, the ne'_'resses on estates are a 
mor.d ela^s ; and ai tin ir a!>!>earn>.ce is 
renulsive i.n the ivtriim 



n .sli up 

nei:;hbor- 

. I have 



1 can well iin- 



there would h".v been no .seec.s~ :i, ;. - ;. 
w.T< till- i-:!'>t'iil.!'e fifth.' Siiilth. i i l.l\Mi" 
oft'. I' ; 1 >!•.(• law, ant! of op"nion 
that C. utiirres-s liad ro riv'ht to pruhiiiit th.' 
extension of slavorc. .Seee.«sion hid : ;- 
ken pi a ' '■ .. :- :uent war It :! • 

]nirpo> . . )_'. I'hcrishir.;:. a' 



THE SOUTHERN STATES. 






extl'l'idi:i_' 



! iloii't believe ;'. a 



an empire havaij; slavery as jt.s br.sis can 
be a pro<'" TO!^-. i,i:>py. and enfl'ir*:! r 
eranire. :r! ' •'••■. ■ e.innot dc;:-- t. 



A Ilontli's Visit to tho Confodo- 
rato Headquarters. 



see O..C 'St 



1 ui any pa: r oi ;.:i' 
p-: ri til" KpiM-opal 
■ li rate States bave 

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Chnreh or t'v ( '^v' 
paid thr *' > ' ' 
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"That's Lie- jiu-oii- 

on the eonrrary. \.>]' 

hati till, iiH'cl.-l. ; 

pre ii t the eoursc v...i 

war ni 'v takt', but hmkiuL' ..' ' . • mip. 

which 1 ■:; ! ■ - . Jf f'np<:nr^ in t)V ' /' 

the >f>.''ir,i<.' . ■^;'l'.<t f^i' t'f }'■.) ■' . > 

ihftn it ir :■ ■ ■ . ' ■ . Tiicy have 
sufftrfd tTr... ., ....■-.■.::, il-j. have bad 
some siicciMscs ; h;;: 1 iind tint the Xo:' 
are no^v possessed ««M, ir-.'-'-r territory r! >• 
tiny were tindve mouths aL'i. Mi— 
wliich was then dehateable !_"rc>. ;'■.;. tin v 
now pos<,.»^ : ai-o Kii.tu'kyaul We>r 
Virpi'ii I. a- I a T:e-!.,n of Louisiana. It 
therefor*' npuptini t!"it the territory irhi ,'■ 
the Knr'Ji jfs--!C.-:i''>I at tlni lje<(iii!t<'ni/ o'' 
list ■/■'•'I'. If'.-: II' t Ijccu iesseui', i>>r 
tH'-r-^-i.-!- '! i:i Kxifiil: th"se are f>.er< 
which all may ascertain for theiusclve-. 

Mr. flibson t!i"-n <tr.tcd that the pt.ary 
of r.".' , ". . ^' " -:'vtly ncatral, tiiat 
the [>ri)p:jsa! of Fjuuee fir ruediulun had 
been respectfully declined, lliat he shouhl 
rejoice to see the w.ir teniiiii.-'.tcd, but t'liat 
he tlio'i_;l:f l]nj:land should abstain hom 
iaterferin:; u:it:l tli" rJaic came when it 
nijrlit be a.s':' d to i;ive its ;;ood C'f'iee.^. 
If iuvit'. il ly t!.c proper jiariics to take 
part in any U' .;ot;ations for jc-acn, tlicri 
the j:'ivcf!:i!i' i.t laijjht do .so; but if it 
undertno'c that olh-iMvItliout bein'^a.ske.l, 
and before the proper timf», it would not 
tend to th'' pi-.iii)::u:i of atuicabhj r, la- 

tions witll .\'.\i' rie:-. 

^ Olios .'.T t;;;: sorTir. 
The iSritish Consuls at Savannah .iml 
Charle.stou have v( nt Lome estiuKitcs a-^ 
to tiie cotton crop oi the South forlSC:?. 
The Iat::;'r esiiieati s th.- .".mouut ef 
cottou i.' the Soiit'i a! '., -J '■■'>,> '[.d bale.-, 
Vidji-h rould 1'" e-\p.');;i:; iu !.!.'• e-.erit o! 
the blockaih; ii ■in:; i-.'.i-i- I ; :• v. I'lMh-.twu. 
Mr. ^lolyne;;-; e.-:;!.iates I'leeropof 1^12 
at l,O0().OO;i bales-. n;rainst ■t,:.i¥i..')(K) 
bales in iSol. and docs not tliink there 
are in the .South ntnre than :>,o(>*.>,(}ih> 
bales — a disjiarity between ihe fro esti- 
mates of oiili/ T.'jb.CW) bales. The Savan- 
nah Consul a!.«o saes : 

The nr;rent iieces.sity for the eulf ivaflon 
of broailstc.Os siu'c t!ie Feiieral occupa- 
tion of Kentm-ky ."xnd tli< ;>est ^rain-':;r(r,v- 
in{^ rei.dous of \'ir-ii!ia, Teiine>see and 
Nortli < aioliiia, aud tlie eonseonent 
•tron;; pojiuiar oppositum to f!:e plaiiliuj 
of cotton, toiri ther with othej- causes oi 
hardly less imjioi tance, siu-h as theentire 
want of ba^';iin5: ami rop(> reces. ary to 
put the cotton into laereliantable coml.- 
tion, will ti-!id hereafter to previ tit i.ny 
inereaf-e i;i the sto-k, p.^.^^-ihly to dlminhsh 
it, wh le. shouhl the Federals suece-.'d in 
making further a'lvances into the interior 
of the cofton-,:rov.iii;r States, the cultiva- 
tion of that plant v.ill be eutireiy ab.i.Ti- 
doned, and the r.ei^roes reniovid to the 
mountainous districts, where breadstnlls 
alone can be raised. 

N'APULEO.V'S .VMKRIC.VX DESIGXP. 

The Titnes comue:ts on "the fraik 



An article uml t this hf-ail. '*bv.".n 
Eujlish ofih-er." but .appparently written 
by t!ie Richmond torresponilcnt of tlie 
I.o::ih'n i'ii'fcs, ai>pears in Blarktrood iW 
January. In ah !5e of the North, or 
" th .' Yankees,*' and disparajjement of 
the j:.>'.vi r of the Federal (lovcrument, 
and t!i ■ • ;iiiiency, discipline .tnd valor of 
i,> tioens, ilout-IIerods the mo.st niali;,'- 
: •;.' ' ! tliC rebel journal-!. The writer 
p.ol' >5c.s, in Sept niber last, to h.ave run 
tie- 1 loi-kade of th .' Potomac, from ^lary- 
' : I into VirL'iiii.i Ife complain."? terri- 
!i!y of hi.s sutreri igs among the barba- 
rians of Maryland ; of the universal cui- 
tom m hotels ol sleeping three in a bed; 
of the prevailing 1 abit among Ameriean.i 
to travv 1 for week =, witli " only a few pa- 
; -r coll rs and a pocket comb,*' as bsg- 
;U'a."e. v\hieh he, ;tn i^n^di.sh gentleman, 
could not do, nnd 'r any circumstances; 
o! the r.iter want tf comfort in the houses 
ol the wealthy, the Yankee rocking chair 
being the only visble article of modern 
luruiture. After tindergoing these and 
many similar privations, our Coeknev 
writer iinds himself, by the aid of a smug- 
gler in tea. eotree, .and mediiine.^. on the 
.south side of the I'otomac. and liiially 
reaches Kiehmond '•»« Fredericksburg amJ 
liie Virginia Central Uailroad, going down 
in a train lilleil with wounded soldiers. 

Arriving at 111 hmond, the writer is 
struck by the sobriety of the Southern 
soldiery, and he prai.^es the wisdom of 
the Confederate fl )vernment in prohibit- 
ing the sale of liiiiors. He s.ays : 

Amongst a wild set of fellows collected 
tog'ther in large numbers from every 
Southern St.ate, if the sale of spirits lail 
iieen allowed, I (eel eonviiiced that it 
would not only have been impossible to 
kicp order, but that the great things 
which liave been < llected liy their armies 
eould not have been achieved. F'rom 
v.liat I saw of the men in the various 
divisions of their fon-e, I do not believe 
there are many of them who <ou!d i ot 
finish a bottle ol brandy or whiskev at 
one sitting ; and a.i dnnk makes them 
ouai-nlsome, tint] 'r its influence rows 
and blood-sheddiiig would most eertainlv 
have ensued. Wuen the army was first 
enrolhd.eaeh man received a daily ration 
of spirits ; b;it t'.ii.s practice has been long 
since discontinued, and. strange to sav, 
without causing any discontent amongst 
the men. 

UK IMoxn. 
"■ * * Most of the Streets 
are bordered with trees ; h-iit the paving, 
as in many of the large cities in the States, 
is very bnd : and tic Jiorrible institution 
of street raihv.ays has penetr.itcd even to 
Kii-hmond, though there are not so m.anv 
of them there as th -re w,)uld be in a town 
«>f the same size a ad importance in the 
N'ort'i. It is curious toexaminethe shops 
in passing. Witii the exception of book- 
slio'>s, their shelves are generally nmre 
than half empty, and some altogether 
cleared out. I do not know of <iny city 
whose environs are prettier so 1 mg .as 
you keep within sij;ht of ihe James ulv-er; 
and the views from tho cemeterv above. 



dersfanr! tiii-ro being so f-w hall-cast" 
chihlren in th.- nei-jhborhoods where only 
v.Iute men aretitoso ol the better classes. 

Af'er visiting I'ury's r<lu!;*, where the 
.Monitor and Galena were repulsed, he 
rcg.irds it as i'.ii]>regu;:M'j. lie :s sur- 
pii.sed at t'le .<;ki!l disiilaved in t!ie Mer 
rimae No. J. lu fact everything about 
llichmend be.ars a ro<i'at<' hue to our 
Ktigll-iman. save tiiis. In* don't believe i:i 
Southern profe^ si >ns ol free tr.ade after 
the war is over. If they don't themselves, 
the Yankees for them, will establish man- 
ufaefures. .and a proteetive tarilF v\itl be 
the result. 

From Richmond, tiie writer proceeded 
to Winchester, t.i vh^it Lee's aruy and 
call on Stonewall Jackson. His tri.ils 
were gricvious, in the matter of food, 
lo'L'ing and tiansportation, but he bears 
up much better than he liid north of the 
Potomae. He was " among the descend- 
ants of the Cavalier.'^ I " 

c.i:xKr..vL i.i:k. 

He is a strongly built man. .about live 
feet eleven in height, and apparently not 
more than lii'ty ye.-ir>! of aire. His h.nir 
aud beard are nearly white ; but his dark 
iirown vvfs still shine with all the brigh.t- 
ness of youth, and beam with a most 
pleasing I'xpression. Indeed, his whole 
laee is kindly and benevolent in the hiirh- 
est degree. In matincr, though stilliei- 
ently eonvcrsible. he is slightly reserved; 
but he is :i person that, wherever S' »-!i, 
vvhetiier in a ca.stle or a hovel, alone or 
in a crowd, must .at once attract aflen- 
tion .as beiii'_' a splendid speeinu-u 
of an Kngli.sh gi'iitleiuan, with oii' 
of the mo.st rarely haud.somc fa cs 
I ever .«av.-. II(> I;ad had a bad fill du- 
riiiir tho Marvland expedition, from uhi( h 
he was not yet n-eovered, and win -li 
still crippled his rii^ht hand consiih fably. 
We s.it with him lor a long time in bi< 
tent, conver-'iiig upon a variety of topics, 
the state of public alla'rs being ol coiir.-c 
the leailing one. He talked most freel\ 
about the battl" of .\ntietaui. and assured 
us that at no time during that day's liglit 
had he more th:in thiity-tive tlioiisand men 
eng-'ged. You have only to be in his .so- 
ciety l(>r a very liriel jn-riod to be eoii- 
viueed tliat whatever he .s:>\.s may be iiu- 
plicitly relied upon, ::nd that he is ouite 
incapable of dejiarting from the tr.ith i;n- 
der any eircunislane-!. 

In visiting tiie liead<[uarl<'rsof the Con- 
federate CeneraN, but particularly tlifise 
of (b'tu-ral L<'i', am' one nccu.stfuncd to 
see Kuropean armies in the field «'annof 
fail to be struck witii the great absi-n •(' fif 
all the jiomp and <'ircumstauee of Avar in 
and around their eneauipmeuts. L<'e".s 
headipiarters consist of about seven ov 
eight pole ttuits, jiitched witli their backs 
to a stake fence, upon a ]iieee t)|"grounil 
so rocky that it vv.h nnplea^aiit to r!<1e 
over it — its only recommendation being a 
little stream of water, wh'cli Ihiwed close 
by the (Icnerars tent. In front, of the 
tents were some three (>r four wheeled 
wagons, drawn up without any regulari- 
ty, and a nundier of horses roamerl loose 
.about tli<' field. Tlie servants, wlio were 
ol <'ourse slaves, and the mounted sol- 
diers called " couriers.'' wlui always ac- 
company each general of divi-iori in the 
field, were unprovided with tents, ami 
sle]»t in or under tlie wagons. 

Waggons, tents', and some of the 
horses, were marked U. .S.. showinc; that 
part of that huge debt in th" Xorlli h.-'s 
gone to lurnishing even tlv Conlcderate 
Cencrals with camp ef|uipinents. Xo 
guard or sentries were t(» be seen in the 
vicinity; no crowd ol aids-«lecamj« loiter- 
ing about, making llieni«elves agreeable 
to visitors, and endeavoring to save their 
(leiu'rals from receiving tho>e who liave 
no particular business. A lar-je farin- 



I'aiiiunky ii\er was burnt to the ground 
and theslavesearriedaway. ni.any of them 
by force; whilst his residence ou the Ar- 
li!i;:toii Heig!its was not only gutted <il 
its lurniliire, but «vcn the vi-ry relics til 
(i»'orge A\ ashington were stolen from it 
and panided in triumphin t!ie saloons and 
streets of New York and ISostoii. Not- 
withslaiuliii;^ all these per.-oii.al los.ses. 
howevir, when speaking ol tin- Yankeis. 
he neither evinci-d any f ilterness of feel- 
ing, nor gavi' utliuam-e to a single vio- 
lent expression, but alludecl to many of 
his loriuer liieiuls and companions 
Jimongst them in the kindest terms. 

STOX nW.Vl.I. JACKS* )X . 

AVith him we sp<'nt a most jdeasanf 
hour, and were agreeably surprised to 
(in I hiui very allabb'. haviii:; been h'l! to 
e.'.pii t that lie was silent and almost mo- 
rose. Pressed in his grey nfcilbrm, he 
I H'hs the liero that he is; am! his thin 
••otiipressi'd lips and calui glance, which 
iiH-eis yours iiiillim liiugly. give i-videiu e 
of that lirmiiess and decision of charaeter 
lor whieli he is so famous. He has a 
I road open fbrelfcad, from which the hair 
is well brushed back; a shapely nose, 
stndirlit, and rather long; thin colorless 
« hei'ks. with only a very small allowance 
ol Whisker; a chaiily-sliaven upper lip 
.Old chin ; and a pair of fine gre_\ ish-bhie 
e^ves, r.itlier sunken, with overliaii.i;ing 
brows, wlii«'Ii iutensily the keenness ol 
'lis ga/e, but without imparting any iiercc- 
lie.ss to it. 

Such are the gcn.cral eharacf eristics of 
his l.i "c ; and I have only to add. that a 
smile seems always lurking about his 
moutli when he sp«aks ; aiul that though 
his voi.-e partukes .slightly ol that har.-li- 
ness winch Ihiropeans unjustly attribute 
ro (fV .\tncricaiis. fh-re is niu-h umuis- 
fakabh- cordiality in his manner: and to 
us he talked most alleitiouately of Kng- 
lar.d, and ol his brief but enjoyable so- 
journ there. The religions I'h'iiient seei'is 
strongly ileveloped in him; and t!ioui:li 
iiis conversation is perlotly free from all 
]iuri!anic."il cant, it i.^ evident that he is .-i 
person wlio nevi'r losis sight ol tla; I'iict 
t'l.it t'lere is ati omnipresent l>i'ity ever 
pio-^iding ovt r ih>^ miuntfsl occurrences ol 
life, as Well as over the most impoit.int. 
.Mfogefher. as one ol his soldiers said to 
fiv ill t.'dkitojT ol him. "he is a glorious 
lellow!" and. alh-r I hit him. 1 lelt 
tliat 1 had at last sidved the mystery ol 
St inewad I'lridLje. and discovered why it 
was t!i:'.t it had acconi'dished such almost 



m'raeiilous feats. Wit!i sueh a lead* r 
lucii would tro anywhere, and face any 
aieount of diineuitie* : .and for myself, 1 
lulieve that, inspired, by thf» pnsenee of 
such a man. I shouM l>e perfectly insensi- 
!»leto fati'^ue, and reckon u])on succ«'ss 
as a moral certainty. Whilst (Jen. Lee 
is regarded in the light ol inf dlibh' Jovi>. 
a man to be p-verenct'il, .Taeksioi is loved 
and adored with all that jhihllike and 
trustful allecfion which tlie ancients are 
said to liave lavislu'il upon the particular 
deity ]ircsidi;ig over their allairs. 'ii.i' 
li-eling of the soh'iers fv>r (lanenl Lei- 
res'-uibles tliat which WelliugTon's troojis 
entertained for him — namely, a fixed .ind 
unsliakealle faith in .all he did. and acahu 
conlideiice of victory when serving r.mh r 
him. 15ut Jackson, like NajKileon. is 
idolized with tliat intense fervor which, 
eoKsistiug of mingled personal attachment 
and devoted loyalty, causes them to meet 
death for his sake, and hless him wluii 
living. 

The Engiisliman has .already fallen into 
tie American habit he so much deridi-s, 
of " man worship.'' 

<)Tm:i: mvtti:i:.<?. 

The writer is very severe on Pope ami 
Ranks, and says Mrs. J>. shared with her 
lord the lomuiand ol an army corps ; he 
admires the iliiv.alry, who march to victors 
" witii some old tattered llannel shirt and 
a pair of Y.ankee uniform trousers for 
their only clothing, whilst their bare feet 
bleil at almost every .step thev took." 
lie iiKpiIrcs, can "such men be beaten by 
mobs of Irish anil (lurman mercenaries, 
hired at .$].> a month, to fight in a cause 
they know little and care less about I'"' 
I5y this he means the Federal army ! (Jf 
tlie Southern ollicers, he says : 

That which is most unmilltary in their 
general appearance, is the longhair worn 
alike by ollicers and men. Thev not onlv 
allow their locks to hang down the backs 
of tlu'ir coats, but ni.aiiy pass them behlm! 
their ears as women do. Some, doubt- 
less, are ambitious of imitating the cava- 
lii'rs uf Charles l"s time in dress and aji- 
pearanie, as I noticed many, p.1ltic^lar!^■ 
of the mounted ollicers. copy their stvle 
as jiortrayed in Vandyke's pictures in ev- 
ery particular, the color of their clothing 
alone excepted. 

Roinaiitic vouths I .admiring Rnirlish- 
man ! 

He is good in figure matters too. The 
Federal debt he put nt two thousand 
millions of ilollars. and the Confederate 
at lour hundred millions. 

GF.X. M'CM;f.L.\X, 

The mnch-aihnired ^IcClellan is slow- 
ness and i-aution incarnate ; vigor and 
promptness of action are undreamed of 
in his jihilosophy ; ami from the first he 
has not only evince<l a want of confidence 
in his troops, but from a desire of leaving 
nothiig to chanci'. he has not sticeeecil in 
anything. At the opening of his penin- 
sula campaign, when he had more than a 
hiiiKlred thousand men under him, he 
allowed himself to be so deceiveil bv 
(Ien. Mamuder, near Yorktown, that he 



.iitiially oiiened trendies, erecfi-d batter- 
ies, and jilaced anuuilier of ten-inch nior- 
t.-.rs i I position to attack a weak unlin- 
i.shed line of open and continuous in- 
trenchmetits, about five miles in extent, 
and <lefended only by S,0<MJConleilerates. 
llow cany soldier call sueh a man a great 
general ? 

In talking of the several Federal gen- 
erals, the soldiers of the South invariably 
give the palm to McClclIan. 'J'liev con- 
sider iiim inferior to their own leader, 
, - , , , .... and destitute of enterprise, but all de- 

hou.se stands c.ose by, w.ueh, in any other ] .hire him to be the only man in the N'ortli- 

ern army who is capable of org.anizing it. 



army, woiihl have been the (Jeiieral's 
resilience ;)*•() tnii.* !iut as no liberties 
.are allowed to be taken with personal 
property in Lee's ar iiy. he is particular 
in se'.ting a };ood example himself. His 
stalTare erowded tOL>ether two and three 
in a tent : non" are allowed to earrv more 
bagga.'c than a small box each, anil- his 
own kit is but very little largir. F^verv 
in- who .'ppioich's him does so wl h 
marked respect, although tln-re is none 
of that bowing and flourishing of forage- 
caps, which occurs in the presence of 
Kuropean Generals : and whil.st ail honor 
him and place implicit fiiith in his courage 



and allow that lor such work his mind is 
ailmirably adapted. 1 have .spoken to 
many persons who knew him infimatelv, 
some of them having been class-fellows of 
his at West Point, and others .associated 
with him in public liie for yiais. All 
spoke of him with respect. He was 
a gentleman, they said, and for that 
reason superior to the host of newspaper 
editors and swindling lawyers who li.a<l 
been given General's commissions bv Mr. 
Lincoln. Rut they were sortdy puzzled 
by liis dispatches regarding his operations 
before and immediately subsequent to 



ilie iiatfle of Antict.-iiii, in all of which , talking to lialf a dozen admirers about To Our Subscribers nnd Friends. 
(.acts were pi rverted, and the number of him, and said that he wished and 
the 'ueiiiy ex.igger.ifcd to a ilcgree tl : t liiuied to .see the guillotine established 
lireeliideil t.'ie |iossii,i|i,y of acunittiiig him ag.'iin, he wanted to see the heads rolling 
' " - - - jVom the bloeli by the thousand. 1 heard 

another man, who was trying to show 

Miiiii .si.e, id enthusiasm in liivor of the 



th. 



on tlie pl,..i 01 niiscoiiception. Indeed, 
these who had known hini well relused lo 
believe the aiithciit it it , ol these disjiatch- 
es, ami declared that they were ulw.ivs 
cooked lip by , Mr. Stanton and General 
Halleck in Washington. 

iiir. CAT HIT OI' Tin: r.Ar.. 

The writer then, on statements mostly 
untrue and niiiformlv e.xairtrcr.ated, pleads 
h>r .Sou'dieru recognition. If surprise is 
felt that so able and inlluciitial a jmblica- 
tion as liluclarood should lend its aid an«l 
••ireidation lo such stat< nients, the motive 
— the animating Rnglisli niolivi — is let 
out in the bdlowieg, wiih which we will 
dose our alnady too long citations : 

Lvery person vvhr> rellects on the inal- 
tcr must le aware that it is the in'crcxt 
ol all nations, but efj/crial/i/ nf ]'ni/l<ind, 
li> Uitrc :iii>rr t'uni otu-i/rcul rrjtiililir itvon 
Ihe Aiiicrirun coiiUnciit, <'.v the I'niled 
St.ifes were fast beeomingsiieh a nnlsanee 
in the republic of iiatiotis. thai if by any 
accident they should sneeced in their war 
of siibjiigati III, t'leir iusoleme and arro- 
gance would be luoxe iutuJerable tha.u 
ever. 

A\ nnyit:\Hi: yiw^vtiTm «.\ xe:iv 



sfEEciJLS OF i.iiur. (ii:\. .•^forr axi> 

GLX.i:i JtX.^IlJK. 



On .Sunilay evening last, tlie Ac.".demy 
of^Iusi", Niv.- York, was erowdid in 
every part, on the occasion of the meet- 
ing in aid o| ihe ( hristian Association — a 
society formed li.r the ]iurj)ose o| dilfus- 
iug religious piiuciiiles among the Union 
soldii-rs, and also for providing aid for 
tVe si"-k and Wi;u::ded. Tlie ireiueii- 
diio'.is audience was, in a great ilegree, to 
be attriiiuted ti> the auiioiincemeiit that 
Gen. Scoll would pre>ide; and (jeiieral 
Rurnsid.e luaki' a brief .-oeedi. 

Gen. Si'ott was led to tlie front of tlie 
jdatforin, tlie andii'iice receiving him as 
ropie.sted, standing and in sIIcik e. The 
lirave oM sohlicr .spoke as follows : 

Fi:L».<i\v.Ciri:ri:N.-; : — The honor ilone 
me ill calling lue to occupy the chair ujiou 
.an o.-casioii of so luuch importance and 
wtu'ili, g!ad(hvU:s the iieai-t of an old sol- 
dier, ami fills him wiili gr.atitinle and 
love. Ni'w \ ork has suit out her thou- 
sands upon thousauils of brave sons to 
lioht the battles of our Coii.-titiilion .and 
I'uiou, and li.is not fiirgot them npoii 
their t.dl oriij>oii tlieirreturn home, iler 
c.iic h;:s beui incc'.saiit. .She h:is givei; 
them i'wry aid, has e.'.re;! for their fami- 
lies, has' watched over tiie woumh-d, sick, 
lauie and halt, upon their ri turn. The 
oh; •( ts ol'liii.s :i.-.soci.ition Wtll be exnlain- 
ed to you by my eollea-rue in the duties 
ol the chair more f..Ily than I shall at- 
tempt to give them. I'lioiuhis occasion, 
with such a cause, that Cod -.viil ju-osper 
o.ir cllorts an.l give us trimupli no Chris- 
tian man ran ilouiit. 

When Gen. ib.iruslde was inlroiluced. 
aller several speeciies had been niaih-, 
there was no restraining the audience, 
and the most enthusiastic cheering was in- 
ilulgcil in for several moiucnts. The fol- 
lowing are ihe nuaterial portions of his 
speech : 

No one knows better than I do the 
great value of the l.ibors wliich are 
wrought by your association, and no one 
knows better than I do the need of the in- 
lliience that it has upon our soldiers — no 
one knows more tli.iii I do tlie need tliat 
tlie hand of this association should be 
s;ren;:thene,l, and particularly at a time 
like the jiresent, when we are in anticipa- 
tion of oreat events in the fu-ld. A few 
weeks may ilemou.strate more es]iecialls 
the need of the labors of your delegates. 
Gri-at battles must almost inevitalilv he 
f jiiglit within a l\'-v weeks. Largi- con- 
tending lorces are in the jireseiu'e of each 
other, and as soon as the elenieufs will 
l»erniit them to come In coiitai-t with each 
other il is not only fair to sujipose there 
will be a eoliisioii, imt it is almost im- 
possible to .-.void a cidlision. In liict it is 
necessary that]l hey should come in collision 
and that increases the necessity for vour 
ilelegatt s in the Held being strengthened 
by your association, and of your associa- 
tion being strengthened by the svmjia- 
thies and luaterial aid of ihe public. I 
am, therclbre, glad that 1 have come here 
this evening, because if by my inllueiice 
or by my word.s I lend any aid to von I 
sliall be ulad, hccause in doing that 1 also 
strengthen the army in the field, and in 
strengthening the army in the field, in 
wiiatever way, 1 am doing my duty and 
my pleasure by .strengthening the glivein- 
nieiit and by doing ail in my power to 
sustain it under .all ciivuni.Ctances. It 
m.iy be a matter ol some interest to vou 
to have me say something in reference' to 
the condition of the armv which 1 have 
so lately commanded. A wrong imjires- 
sion. I think, is existing in the coiniiinni- 
ty with reiereiice to that condition. Mauv 
persons that I meet are impressed witji 
the iilea that tliearuiy is in a denioralizeil 
state. That is not the ease. The soldiers 
ari' as br.ive as tiiey ever vmm-c. thev are 
well clad, well led,' well armed, and as 
long :is they are well tliey are able to take 
care of themselves in th»i field. Our olli- 
cers- are becoming more experii-nced eve- 
rv day, and there is not the demoraliza- 
tion which the general conversation of the 
street aiid in jirivate circles would indi- 
cate. There is not that adhesion to any 
sjieeial jiriiiciples or any s]»eeial set of 
men. or any special liiH- of jiolicv among 
the soliliers, that i)eo]»h' would indicate'^ 
They remember and appreciate and li'el 
that while it is noble .and grand to entt r- 
tain personal Iricndship and jiersonal love 
for their commanders, they at the same 
time fully realize that it is ignominious 
and low to give a blind .adhercnc(f to any 
man or .any name tir any sjieciiie line of 
policy, either political orimlit.ary. Thev 
are in the fiehl to give their whole strengtii 
ami energy in support cd" the government. 
We make mistakes here at home which 
prob.ably have done some harm, .and yet 
to no great extent — might do moie if pur- 
sued. Rut I think ihat our people in the 
main, when they find themselves wrong, 
will gf nerally right themselves; .and I 
think this mistake will be righted. ]\fanv 
dis<"oiirat;i!ig letters have been written t<» 
soldiers in the Held. We should trv to 
correct that and write «ncouragiiig letters. 
Many discouraging speeches have b«-en 
made, and in some cases public journalists 
have written discouraging piiragraphs. 
which have fillen iiuder their eves, and 



GL.\Linii.eiit of the admiin.stratiou, and 
he was doing the administration harm at 
till' time. I heard another man, coming 
in th(^ cars last night, talking to a .soldier, 
and he talked in a strain that I call treas- 
onalde. He was trying to imjiress this 
.soldier with the idea that he ought not to 
return lo his duty in the field; that this 
war had become a political war; that the 
President of the United .States — only he 
used a very ojiprobrious epithet in speak- 
ing of him — was fighting for a political 
(larly ; that these men were being sacri- 
liced in the field for that purpose. This 
w.as wrong. That soldier did not seem 
to believe it ; he did not seem to be of 
the same opinion, and 1 prayed that he 
wo;i!d not. There are mistakes in our 
ju-ivaie cirdesandin our intercourse eve y 
way. 1 think at the same time we should 
eiilert.iiii opinions with reference to the 
policy (d the Government. It isourtluty 
ti> be temperate in our expressions, and 
use all the powers that we have within the 
iiinils of t!ie Constitution to do our duty 
to the Government as it is now, to 
iuing a'ltuit changes when we think they 
ought to be lirouglit about, but never lo 
reso: t to wh.at we .are lighting against. 
We are lighting against these peopleinthe 
.South simply because they did not w.ant 
to live under the President elected in ac- 
cordance with the Constitution of the U. 
.States. And I know we would be doing 
very wrong to think for one moment ol 
ever alfenipting to fi r -e the government 
(dtlii- I'nited Slates ti> give nji what the 
Constitution gives it the r'ght to do. 
The Presidi-nt «d the Ui ited States has a 
right to m.aintain such peojile about him 
a.s he pleases. 'I'he Constitution gives 
him that. He has been elected for four 
years — half oi his term is gone; if the 
jieojile don't like him, at the end of four 
ycrirs they can change their policy. 1 do 
not mean to say by this that the peojdedo 
not like him. 1 do not express any opin- 
ion. Rut these are the things that are 
demoralizing the army in the field. Rut 
they are not demoralized to any great ex- 
lenr. I am sure of that. It is demoral- 
i.7ed iiroI>ably no more than ,anv larije ar- 
my 111 the held has been sometime during 
its exisK'uce. And now you will jiardon 
me if I simply dose my remarks with the 
t'xpression lo yo;i of my earnest and high 
appreciation of the value of the labors ol 
your association, and I sh.all constantly 
oray to God that you m.iy be prospered 
in this great work that is before you, and 
ih.at our armies in thi^ fiidd may be 
strengthened for the work that is bi-fore 
them, and that our government may be 
le-e.stablished in jinrity and ])e.ace. 

G« iieral Rurnside sat down amid tre- 
meiilous applause. 



The onormoHsJiniTca."^*' in tlio price of i»riiiting 
paper aiid otln-r iiiatiTiaN u^rd in jirii.tMg ni'ws- 
p!!l)r-rs, compels us to inpri-ase tlie price of tb« 
I'KKss. Our new tornis are : 



DAILY ri{i:.«;s. 

To city .subscribers, l<y t'.ie year, payable 
quarterly in advance $'J CO 

To city subscriJjers, p.iyabic weekly 'M 

lly mail, payable fur any tiiiio ina(/'>tit.7, 
at till.' rate per year of .8 00 

To Xfvvs Apeiits L'>n' ceiit.s jmt copy. 
M'eekly excliange new «;.:>pcr..) jwi^ the dJf- 

erence between Daily and \Veek!y 1 -, lu mo:uy . 

TKI-IVKKKLV I'KJ .S.s". 
One copy, by mail payable for any time (in 

a(lvanc<>) at the rate per year of 

Clubs of live, to one address, e;ejli 

Clubs of ten, to one address, each 

^VEKlvLY I'KK.sS. 

One copy one year 

Five or more cot>ie.s eacli, one } cnr 

ien or more copies <'a''.Ii, ore .-ear 

weuty or more copie* i*ach. '»oe year . . 

«"«* All subseripfious paya'.:le in advance 



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CO 


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QA1^T PAUL & PACIFIC 
11 A I I^^O A D . 

wl\tj:ii arr.\xgemf:nts. 

'>n ard jitter Holiday, D<'rember lut, 1802, pas- 
r''ii;,'i'r trains will ruu'as follows : 

Lenv" .St, 

I'aul. 
S..^•» A. M. 
M.OO e. M. 

nov.T-tl 

pou 



Arrive at Leavo Arrive at 

i^t. Authoiiv. St. Anthony. St. I'aul. 

'.'.;.) A.M.' <J.!.%.\..M. 10..10A.M. 

Ji.lj e. M. 4.:.i f. M. fi.ooi*. ji. 
AVM. n. I.ITCHFIET.D. 

.'sut>'irinten(lent. 

T II K CARS. 



Our OmnibussPd will run to and from the prfti- 
I'ijxil Hotels and Boats in connection with tin 
trains of the 

.ST. I'AUL AND PACIFIC RAILUOAD. 

I'assentt'Ts and bappage will be called for in 
aiisw.r to orders left at the American, Interna- 
tional and .Merchants, or at ourolfice. 

Fare to St. Anthony, including omnibus ticket, 

■".(icenta 

Jy! J. C.BURBA XK& CO. 



R 



K M OVAL 



c o :m B s 

IIa8 removed hU BOOK.STORE to the 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

Tliird-St-, St. Paul, 

And is now in receipt of a choice lot of the latest 
Works, JLijjazincs, &.C., and a splendid lot ol 
Stationery. Jan2.'5 

nnt) LET WITH roard! " 

Two or three very pleasant rooms in a delight- 
ful lociiiion combining both citv and country, 
witli plenty of stable room. Adifress 
juiia-tf A. B., at this office. 



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S E R II LEWIS 



Iteal Est.ite Agent, Xotary Public and Convev- 
eneer, Coniiiiissionerof Deeds for the Statea ol 
N'ewiVork, I'eninivlvania, Massachusetts, Ohio 
an.l Vermont. Collections made — Taxei paid 
for non residents. House rented. 

Ollice Third Street, Irvine's Block. 

l';efe'-eiiee. Hov. A i.Kr. RaVskv. Jvin-<1lT 

^I'AGE FOR SllAKOREE, 

Belle I'laine, Henderson, Lo .Siienr, .St. Peter and 
JIankiito. will leave at 8 o'clock a. m. 

dec2-If 



.». C. BUUBAXK & CO 



l-&ute!4 of yVcivm-liMiii;;. 

Ten lines to a S<juare, (the apace euclofn! in the 
followiiiij tiiOlc.J 



Ore time . . 
1 iiree time* . ,. 
<>nu Week .. 
Two wei'kn ... 
One month .. .. 
1 wouioiitlis .... 
flire'. months... 

>iiy aionths 

I'uelve months.. 



One ISquar-. KncliaUil. .-'juaie. 

• 1 :.' j » • "-i 

• ••■••••■I !•! •••■•••>••■• J^ 

•-' I)'.: ! : ? 

4 <") v> 00 

5 .VJ U 72 

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.'<• Oi) :, 00 

i."i U<l 7 'M 



LKCAL ADVEUTI.sEMK.M.S. 

fitblishal onci'a wtek; either in Dniii/ or in-. l.l». 

First insertion r.» Cenr>, per .->'.u:ile. 

Kachsut>.sfi|uent iuseitioii.;;;,'i " •• 

Legal ,.\dvertisements puldishedat th<> exj-cnfo 
of the Atlorni'vs orU< rinj;, aim uc. ae .•ivul'.' lor 
til'' leijal proofudiiig-;, Iml collecLible ii> scivrrjoe, 
or ou deliveiy of aliidavit. PnblisiiO^ ^jt 80- 
jouniable for tlie aeon r:ii:y oi'li-/.iI udvt rti''<'iiii'!i1'' 
iH'vond the amount ciiaiged loi their jiublicatioii. 

Adiortisenieiits |iub>i.-lied iiiboih ll.e l>utli and 
\\eekl\ will be cliarg.(i the full l*aih rate»"v. ith 
■jui- haif tlie Weekly lale.s adUed. 

Business Noticis, jinfiU.led in the Kditorisl 
""oiunins.of ten lines or nnd. r, will bi" Lliar^'. d, 
lor each insertion, one doliur ; if ovt r ten lnn-i, 
ten i>-nts per line. 

Advertis.nients leaded and placed under tli«) 
aeadof SiMTial Notie.--, if t.uhii.-i oro\.r. v.ill 
be charged the usuuliatc.s and oie-half ad.litioi.i.; , 
It uniiertli:itaia.,iiiit,liayc,.iii«i,)r.'a(.liijiMTtiun. 

Yearly advurtis-rs to ]..o liiiarierlv. 

Advertisiiaents, for a'liss tinii; Uian thteo 
months, to be paid iu advance. 

ADVKKTI.siNu i.V WKLKLV. 

One Square, one insertion 5 r.» 

'• tu'«t insert iuus 1 i»> 

" four " 2 (A» 

.-or each subseijuent insertion, and foreach 

additional sfjiiare 37'i 

«7-Jo.sfe.ni D. Caxxkv. at Minneaj>olis, and 
W KTMoiii: o'l'.iMiiN, pt Si.Aiitlioiiv. will ac; as 
Aj-'ents in ciicuhiling the Daii.V Fkiss iu tin :i 
re^J«ccIive towns. 



&\b and §mp. 

jr A M r s a\n d u i l . ' 

A new and complete stock of 

X^auip»$ aiKl FIxtizE-ci?:, 

And the be.st brand.* of 

OIL, 

For sale at rniCES TO Sl'JT THE TI.VLX 
S. K. PUTNAM, 
8l« Corner of Third and Market «<troei<. 

M 



A R V I 
CROCKERY 



N ' ii 
HOUSE 



JC8T RECEIVED AJTD 

SEim:iVG VEXIY LOW, 

1,000 LOOKING GLASSKS AXD MIRBOk*!. 



OIL— THK VERY BES T. 

1,500 OAI.LOSS AT FROM TJIIRTV TO VVt.I T 
CENTS A GALLOM. 



KOW IS STORE, A FULL 6TOCK OF 

CIUXA, CROCKERY & GLASSWARE 

AT V/HOLUSALK AXD RETAIL 

AT PRICES ifVCn RKUCCB 



JUST RKCKIVED, A LARGE STUCK OF 

Tal>le & Poclcet Ciitlei-j-. 

The merch&nta who purchase in St. Pau will fluJ 
these goods rcry desirable, nnd at 

VERY LO\V RATES. 



/^ A K 1) 



B.VJCKISG Okfue of Thompson Bros., ) 
.ST. Pail, Dec. 1, \sf,i. \ 

We heir leave to announce to our friends and 
the public ^'enerally that . Mr.cn AKLE.S .SCHKK- 
KKK.of the bite linn of Darling & Schetter, ol 
.•^tillwater. Minnesota, l>ecomcs associated with 
IIS in till P.anking Business from this date. Out 
tirni name remains anchanged. The business at 
.^tilhvater will be continued under the Una name 
ol .•^chelVer ^ Thompson's. 

novrw-tf TIIO-MPSON BROTHERS. 



JUST KKCEIVED, 

A FIXE ASSORT ME XTOF 
Silver I?Iate<I 



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O R S A L E 



BRITANNIA WARE. 

HOUSEKEEriXG GOODS. LAMPS, &c., ic. 

WIIOLi:i.:.SAL AXD RETAIL. 

R. :MARVLN^, Third Street. 



jell 



axon's Buek 

MOCCASINS 

Men's Oil TanMocca.sins, 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

&c., &C., 



J^EwVL ESTATE FOiTsALE:" 

aL^Jv'^ ^^V^^^'^' 'n t'»'* viclnitj- of CLI 
Justice Lmraett s residence. 

OXE LOT 50 by V,n f,.ot, near the Capitol. 

TEX ACRES a short distance from .St. Pau' 

A FIR.STCLA.SS REsJDEXCE within 1 lew 
minutes walk of the International Hot." 
IIEXKY M( KENTV" 

St.P.ul.Feb.4th,I.0.!^*"'^'''V{:^l,iJ^!^ 



janr-tf 



&C. 



Mt'UK. S. •:niITII & CO. 



sonic «li.scoiiraf;iii,i,' iiampliictH have been 
written .iii<l soiit to tlicsc soldicr.e. AH 



J^ A^VLUABLE WATER POWER 

AXD FLOURIXG MILL FOR .«;ALE. 
Owing to tlie illness of one of the p.trtners we 
hive concluded to ofler for sale our >Iill and Wa- 
tiT Cower, situated in tho city of iiastiug* on 
too Vermillion River Falls. It is the b.'st power 
111 ttie State. Our Brand of Flour stand.* high in 
« liuago and Boston, (.'apacity of Mill, iK) bur-els 



P r da v. 
jnn'.'i-Jni* 



T. O. & C. G. HAUBLSOX. 



^^TTEN TION RUILDERS ! ! 

I'ropos.ils will be recel\-ed nntil the tentli dav of 

February ne.xt, for the erection of a Block of 

\\\v<.v t!iiii'j;s have ilonc liariii. ai><! imnv 1 ^f^r.-s, to be of stone, In accoi dance with plans 
coiiv('r.xatioii.s rcl.itc.1 to them t.Mt t;;,.;. ;;';;',';I'^'^''^''»»'°°»^ 

flaic with scHrlicrs on fiirlough.s do l.arni 
lu 
dnv 



T^AVENPORT HAS .JUST RF- 

JLJ CEn-EDa hue lot of Xew Bo!;kX' Amo!?, 

V^)'"''*'.,*^'''"?''' <""'fl>r8ted Xew Work No 
^an.e. Price, in ,«por, $,.2.^; elorh, ^i.!^.' ^'^ 

Vn'n'r^'^^'?"'' «»>-^''^*Muloch; price iOc. 

The War Powers of the President : price C^. 
^^S.omebody.. Luggage, by Charles Dickens; 

Also a fine lot of 

MILITARY BOOKS, 

Con.<=tantly on hand. 
Xew Tork and Chicago Papers received dallr 

Also, just received, all the 

EEBRXJ^IJV :^.I.VOAi^IXEa. 

CALL AT DAVENPORT'S. 

UE'S COT 'E.1f. 



Janll 



•onvcr}<:iuoii.s rciaicii to mem tii.1t take ness. »--"' oi ousi- 

nlacc %vitli scHilicrs on fiirloii"li.s do 1 a-iii I ^^ '" •"^"*' ^'"' snomlssion of bids, rescrrinr th« 

[heard a man in W.i.shinoton the c t'w>,^ '■'f''*..*-".H''^*'*''*"y/;rw I'.' iiV"";; **''"""• 

I I r 1 I jaiiJa-td COOLEY, CAKVFR ft ro 

'"^'^ ftbl..3t COOLKl-^. CARVER ft CO. ! Sdret^ing s'.LeXo!.gi tt'S'*" ^«^' " 



P* A R M W ANTED, 

.In exchange for desirable Real Estate in Cn 
cnnatl. Ohio, valued at $.',500. Any one havbig 

A. Farm, in IMCiiiixosota 

fZVJJ:ifi}^?j^'-^^::^l'}^^r'^''^ ^ouid like to 



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l*ui»t Oillc«>, mi. PanI, MlBBvaota- 



O II N T n O R W A R T II . 
XSoot nu<l Slioo 



t>FFl« K HOVUil. 

<'n wook d.ijs Iroiu 7 ocluok A, M. t<» 7"; o'clock I 

'/u Sunday. t. from li o'clock J€. to 1 o'clock ^I A ^N" XJ F A C T XJ It ILt It , 



P. M. 



TUIRD STKK.KT, >»F.T. ROULK I i JACKSON, 
ST. 1" \vu, Miune!<ota, 



^VlNTr.R AUCVNiiKMF.NT. 

AKK; VAL AM> IHlfAUTVKK OV MAILS. 

Fur I.Mi'ro!'-!!' — K:i<tfru Mail— Lea* e» dally, ex- 
3P|>t Kiiilav, :tl 6 A. M. 

K.r.MuM..M,K.:i.—i:.-ax.',saaUy..-x».vi.t Sunday, ' Which arn warrant, d to do a- pood !.»Tv,r^, and 

M » A . M . 

Arri\.w i!:(:lj— i^xci'-pt Sunday, at 4 P. M 



Kt?<>p9 constantly on hand and makPii to order 
BOOTS .»V:XI> SHOKS. 



of a.H good stylu auil workiuansliip an if uiadt? t» 
I ortier. 
i-..rniil|w.u;T— l,..n">s daily, e'xc-pt Sunday.at | STF.F.r, SHANKS FOR SI'.WF.I) IJOOTS, 

' ArnvoH dailv, .-xo'i-t >u..dav, at •'. V. M. i I'"' tir:.t Introduce, I in this cilv. will be put in 

For »iuds..u-U-uv.>aaih, excpl Sunday, at | wh.-u ord.T.-d. IhMmak.-H the boot atroug.-raud 
J ^ ,, ■ more duraMe, and i^ lif^hter ami ht* nt^ater. 

Airu.'«dailv, e\o>'pt Sunday, at 7 P. M. | RKPAIKINti doi o on thp rbort'lt notice, and 

Ki.r vUnkai^Naws dailv, wxtvpt Sunday, at , in a good and neat ^ tvle. 

10 * . M . I 

Arri%.'.-<d.iilv..xe.'pt Sunday, ataLout fJ V. J<»11X TIlORWAmH. 

tin- Nortlili'i'id— ieaves daily, except ^uuday, ' St. r«iil. IVr. 7. Tfil. .|p,. -•.,■• i »• 

"^'"' r^ w. wooLi. Kr, 

LOWER LFVEK. SAINT PAUL, 
F'OR^V-.VKDirs'O 

AND 

OoinnxI«$sfou 3Xox*<>]initt, 

DKALER IX GnOCKRIKS 



>iiLiT^viTY iiotis?;e eqxjii^ivieivts, 

SLEIGH liKLLS AND .SKATES, 

UOIiSE BLANKETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

J^ Lnrgo Lot just Opened by 

C . PRO AL, 



An i*>-- d ii!y, exeeiit Siind.iy, at alxuit 7 P. v. 
For .■"•uiiri-i'L'ity — Iraves Muuday, Wednesday, 
and Frid;iv, ;i* n \. .M . 

Ani%.'s'lu. = lay, rJuirs'.av, and Suturdiy, at 
abini: ." V. >!. 

Fur t'.inii.'U Fa!I-— I-a^ f* Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives \V.'i!iie>dav. at 7 !•. »1. 

t-or i:.' I Wii.c— le'mv. W .ilaesday, at S A. m. 

Ai'»i*es fufxiay, at •• p. m. 

For Cjr^'T -;>•:•»■> ^Illl^^.Uy, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives \Ved>«>-sit.iT, at 7 P. M. 

For .ona^ret.iove— l.".ivei»aiurdjy, at 1 P. M. | GRAIN, TKOVISIONS, LlilK, tC, &C.. iC 

A r r i V - - >:i t u r' lay , at I -• >l . 

.>i:iil^ le.niii;; beiore 7 o'clock A. M. close at 



MOFFITS CASTLE. 

January 11, Ij^i'J.— ly. 



COR. FOURTH AND JACKSOX-STS 



Pi]5CicUant0«i5. 



C 



111 1 C A G O BREWERY. 



LILL & DIVERSY, 



7 !■. "■ 

.\:. 'I'-uT'' c'l'-^e Vii^r an hour N'Pore th^ timp of 
d.-|]jr.ni<. •■\>.\-pt t.ji»tern wliich c'oses at y v. m. 

I'iii' p.i-itt«:>' iij.on all tran^ivut i>riut«H| iiia!t<T, 
fjrev.i au4 do!ii>-!>lio, a'ld U)>uii all l«''ters, tor- 
eir'u a I'l ■loni.->tic, i-> Uo\t r".|iii:>'d l.> b»* lul!y 

Iireiaid by L'liiied Suites p.>st:ij;e stamps, except 
n Cits«-.s whei-f pi'epttviii>>i:l on i-ttiT-*, *tc., to t'or- 
^■iarn countries ii uption.il aad the seud.Ts do uut 
Hi-it t" pr-'pav. 

r-r^i'iis iTiailins l.'tters, n"w«nnf>er». *>'., 
whet!i<T domestic or to loreiirn coMiitri>'«. siio.iUl 
ther»-t->r>' aic-rlain at the olHce of luiiai./, tbe 
fxact inistaR,' in •■ iih i-ase and A\i\\ I'liited Stai>'s 
po<ta.;.' stamps of suthcient vuluit to pr.-pay lliu 
Jail i>o»tat;« Uiert'on. 

t 11 VS. MiMlOl.S, r^istma't. r. 

•'f. r'lii. N'lvi'i p i=>, i»'.'. 



ihuditare. 



IR03r tiiid 5SXEEL. 



HEAV Yl HAL D WAKE 



AND 
A Cf K N T F O n T II K 

PENNSYLVAMA RAILROAD .VXD 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contract^for trxn<portatlon N'tween .''t. Paul 
Ronton, N'.w F.niflai (1, Montreal, New York and 
flll points Kast. niadi- upon the lunest and most 
fovorahle terms. 
Mark packuK-s, "C. W. W(w»i,i.r.v, 

Sr. Va\}., 
l-tn'-d'T Vr<r 



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lOUX DEI'SIEDATIOXS. 



o R D l: K 

SHEET II^O:S^. 

NOEWAY SAIL nODS, 
BUHDEN'S nORSE SHOES, 

ISTails and Spikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES, 

CL'TTEIt SriOKS 

Hleigrli ancl Oiittei 

i^ u :x :x E i«. K , 

Bent Cutter BtufT, 

OF 

HALL, KLMBARK & CO., 

C II I C A GJ^ O . 



IncleniTiit v can bo had. 

S;.'ps are hfinu tal en bv th"' (^'vernment to a*- 
c<»rtain who have ^utFcred Io*« in prop.Tty, nn.i 
th»' extent of such I.s*, by the Iar«" ."»i,)ux Indiau 
outbreak, with the vii'w'of ailjustinjr the s.-\nie. 
riie umler<i(rnrilha\ all the necessary forms, am! 
are |H)sst>ss,'d of sup 'rior advan'ajres lor ha\ini: 
thesi- claims allowed ami settle. I it, the <liorte->: 
possible time, and » II ;rive sp.>cial attentiou to 
such as are place.l in tlieir hands, 

SMIIII * «;ILMAN, Att rner-. 

St. Paul. Sept. -.il.SfiJ. 




COOL.EY, iJAJEtV^lTt & CO., 

(SBcroasori to Coolky, Towkk k Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

Cominissioii ]\Ierchaiits, 

IMPOHTEnS AXD DE^UsERS IS FOIiEIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOEt 

FRUITS, XL'TS, WIXES, Jkc, Jkc, 

JACKdO.V i^TREET. liEIWEE.V LEVEE A.ND TDIRD, SAINT PAUL, MIXJI. 

Teriiis -------- CAJSLH. 



In the l)epartment of 

OnrSto'k win b« found LAKCe aud compi.kte at all timpt, and at price* to «uit tlierlews n 

closest bnypr». l>ecc'ml>or 1, l!j''i2 



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J310XEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTL'UAL WORKS, 

Comer of Fifth and Pike streets. 
This rtstabIi<hm«Tit is now in full operation, i a 
1* prepared to furnish all kinds of 

iKuN" AM> i:i:ass 

CA.-.ilXtiS, FORGING, ke., 

St the lont'st Easti-rn rafi-s, viz. Heavy Mill cast 
latrs, Columns, .-^ash weights, tirate Uars, Sleijj'. 
nhoej, .Stc, thre.- c>'i\ts pt-r pound. Urasi cast 
ini<s, Balji'it m-'fil. '.'."> lit .30 cents per pound 
I.ailie work *"..!<') per day. i'articular atteutio . 
pivi-n to Steam Kn^'ine arid Boil. -r work. Thresh 
hie .M.ichine r-pairinir promptly attended to. 

.-tt-ani Kii,s,'iufsaud boilers, Threshinj; machines, 
new au'l s.,'Coud hauued, for sale or e.xchangf 
very low. 

Gir.MAN k BCSlINEr.L. 

Sr. Pvfi,. .TuIt .^th, l." -J. dlv 

"T~R O N . 

J. B. BJ^ADETV. 

DliALKR IX 

lEOX, XAILS, STEEL, 

SPRINGS, AXLE.S, CARRIAGE TRIM.MINGS, 

I.«alhtT It.'ltin;:, Coil Chain, llnr^e NaiU and 

Sho,--, 1 himble .>ki'ias and Ito.xes. 

Window .-sasli and ijU-ss, Axes, KiJttles, Shelf and 

II«»av3- Hard-ware, 

PITTSBURG- COAL 
A LARGE STOCK OF PLOWS. 

Warehouse on Tliird . street , between Minnesnt 
and ( t darsts.. St. I'aul. ot»-tt 

LXOX'S SrOVE I'OLISII AND 



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ni.ACK LEAD CRUCIB' ES, 

K.T -?.:•> at WKSIS I'at>er, Tin and Ra(f War* 
!lou-'', where you can buy .""tove I'ipe five cents 
le-s iluMi at other stores. 'Also, all kindi of we- 
oiid hand .Merchandize, »>ld Iron, Rags, Lead, 
Copper, I'in, ,"tc. .stoves wanted. Cash I'aid on 
delivery. I'wo and oncdialf cent* paid In good? 
for tto jd Cotton Raff", at 

WEST'S, on Roh«'rt-st., 

o2-Vtf Lar;je Stone Buildin;;. next to :;d-st. 

Ka;,'^ wantf'd — for whicli -Ic per pound will be 
paid. -Mink Traps for sale. 



p W . NICHOLS, 

General Insuranco Agent. 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

MARLNE INSURANCE 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

POl^ICIES 

Issued on favorablp tirms, in the most reliabl.- 
Companies. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S ROOK STORK. 
jaiJl.Sdly '1 hird street. St. J'anl, Vin. 

DR. GALEN ^ PRIVATE DISi'EN- 
.'■ARV. 

Aii<13It*tli<»sil Jiii<l.Snrj;l<»al 
OUifo- 

ESTAKLISIIEn r.\ ST. 
P.\l I.. .June, I.O.V,'. lor th • 
"iir,- of the fo'loMiiig com- 
i laiiits : t'liKoXK' AM" I'Ki- 
VATi: l>isK\sK?<. inc!i!<Iini: 
'.\h- VK.sEiiEAi. I)1>K\.''- 
^ Ks in all its forms, >trictur.', 
i^ I'iles, Fistula, Riipriire, l>i-- 




^l>iS(rUan(ou;$. 



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T. PAUL CHAIR FACTORY 
II. G^ALLEY. 

Mannfacturer of 

Cane and AV^ood Seat 
C H ^ I It S I 

THE TR.VDE SUPPLIED. 

WABAftHAW 9TBKET, BET. 5TH & 6TH, ST. PAUL 
MIXJfK'*OTA. nOV« 

AT A G N E T I C 
T'aelc Hammcirs. 

If vou don't want to mash your finrerd, hur one 
for Z't ei'nts. nt E. 4 H. V. BELL'S. 

Cof»'«« is high. Buy a patent Coffee Strainer; 
U cl'^.srs the coffee, and saves one third. Only 
lt5c-!i's. K. &. ir. y. HELL. 

Pit.nt Lifters. Will lift evervthinp hot olf the 
»t«v.-, without burning your linjrer*. Onlv -JS 
cents. E. *. II. Y. BELL. 

Aii'-nt.* wanted to canvass the State for the 
a'lovi- Hrlicles. A smart man can make big wages. 
yor particulars, address, enclosin« stamps, 

E. k M. Y. BELL, 
Sole Agents for Minnesota. 

St. Pnnl. Jnly lUh. 1<W2. jyi i-d»f. 



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UOODCOLLATERALSECURITY REQUIRED 
». K. BAKER k CO., Anctionecru 



■ases ol toe Kidii.'ys, HUd- 
b-r, *c. li> Yi>lN.. .Mks. 
■articular attention gixei. 
.> the Sfcrt'l in.'irmltii's o!" 
• outh and manhood ari.-in-,- 
trom certain sffrnt ha!>it.>. 
Ull'HI.K Ai.KK and ••v. u 
()i.i> .Mkn, wlio feel a debdtiy in advance of their 
\ears resto-td tovijicr. 

ft! Til K I. \l>IKs — female Di.seaso» cured, such 
as L'^ucorrliea, Menurual Disea-e.s, Falling o! 
the Womb, riceratii.n ot the t.>s Cteri, Ac. F.>r 
sail", Dr.D.'vvee's Fkm \I,K Pii.I.s f,iroh>frucrioa^. 
irregularities. &c. Sal*.- and certain at all tinv^, 
but should not b.> nse.l during pre;;nancy, as the; 
wouhl pro.luce Mi<riirriiitte. I'rice Jlpir hj\'. 
and may be »out by mall. Also, l)*:. (j vi.k.n's 
J'UKVKNTl- K, t\tr "tlose wishing to limit t'i»-ir 
otl"-pring, will last a life tini<>, and warranted to 
not injure the h>-al(h. i'lioc ^i.'. aud may be sent 
bv mail. 

PAIIEMS AT A r»ISTANCE— Trenf..,! bv 
corr»'spoud.Mi.>\ i-nd Medicine:* sent under seal 
to cureanv case at home. 

N. B. — For piirtici lars concernig the abovi- 
matters, s»-ud for our MKKifAi. RKPuRTona .New 
.M«'tho<l of IriMtnuMit , coutaining (H p:»ges, ;|oen- 
grjvin>;s, anil iiiim.-n is cases, sout under seal, on 
rec'-ipt of ten Ci-uts <i • stamps. 

In aildition to a rejjilar .Medical Education, th.- 
Doctor has had man >earii' experience in tin- 
treatment of th • ah<>\ e disi-ases, 'ami bv devoting 
himself exclusively \o this depai-tment of prac- 
tice, and preparing hi* own MHiliciiifs, he is ena- 
bled t»cur»' all ca-.'s vithin the r"aeh of me.lic.il 
aid, withoiit ri.sk or exposure, in the shorf>'.| 
possible time, .--epa -ate apartntt-nts always in 
reserve so that pati>-n 's .see noonebut the doctor, 
and all intervifw» cotJidentiu'. 

419-Otlice in Coneei t Hall, Third street. 

Okkkk ll<>Lii.< daily from 9 a. .m. to '.I P. M. 
.Sunday.s from •.' to ;1 i'.' M. 

Address all communications to DR. GALKN'S 
SAl.VTPAt;!.. .MI.N 'J F.St>TA. jan 4 

r^ I R B Y^ C O M B I N eT) 
Heaj>er and Slower. 

M. A. I'lTT &CU'S 

TlI?.ESniN(} MACHINES. 

We are now ^olicitiag orders for theabove cele 
brated mac'ii::.'s. 

Persons in w.nt an invited toexarnine themal 
our store on Third street, as we reel contldent 
our terms and nrii"**. as wfll as the machin-'s 
themselves, win bi- foind satisfactory. 

A general assortm tut of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on hand. 

Je>7- _^ yiCOL.S & DEAV. 

"r\UNDAS MILLS' 
CELEBRATED XX F.UIILY FLOL'R, 

For sale in bbls. or sacks by 

E. k n. Y. Bell, nenr the Winslow Kon!'« ; S 
K. Putnam, corner:!d and .Market Sts. ; heaumont 
and Gordon, corner id and .lack;on Sts.; J, 15. 
Slichter, corner of 7tl and Jackson Kts. 
Warranted tho b«>st 

.\X FA IILY FLOUK 

offered In this marl et. Orders from Hotel f< 
Baker!«and others y tail have prompt attention 
and immediate delirery, 
nwM5 .T. S . ARCHIBAT.r*. 

TJ S. P.EVKNUE STAMPS, 

All denoiniiiations, for sale at 

Tho Trader**' 13n»U, 

Xortlticegt corner of I.nle nud Chirk Strf.i!.^, 

Chioaj.;o, Illinois. 
A discount of •.' per c.-nt. on nil sum.' of SlOO, and 
up to iJ.VK); and of 3 i>er cent, on all sums ol i!<.V«) 
and upwarils, will be allowe<l, payable in stamps. 
All bankable funds received in payment »t (ur. 
Packages will be forvarded by mail or express at 
the expense and risk of purchaser. 
Jan.' O-Cm* 1 . I. T I NKll AM, Cashi er. 

KQ B A R R ELS 
CA.RB01V Oir.. 

ALSO A qUAXTITV OF 

CIUCAGO CREAM ^VLE. 

For sale hv .T. C. .% IT. C.BTTRbaNK k Cn. 



iJ U f L E II S E M P O R 1 U M . 
Coolejk', CiTi*vei*&: Oo. 

JACiS«>\ STKKKf, BETWEEN LEVEE 
A.ND THIRD. ST. I'Al L, 
(la'in;; lately made lilH-nil addlt.'-.Mta to tlieir large 
and we:l assorted .-tock of 

Faiio V Oror'ori*-.**, Fruit n, 
"WitioH, SojjarM, ^o., 

invi;.' »!ie .'arly air>-ution of .su't!.'i-. and others 
ceeki!i2 .\r?uy sii>)},iies,?,)!!ii'ir selection • I (i-io-ls, 
wiiicu [liev oiVer ui iloic tiguroo for Casa or »jov 
eruiui-iii Vodoliors: 

Cnixneil l^iMiitH. 

PE.VCII ES .v>i dozen, fresh an-l tine. 

R VSI'HK>.M{I.K> ■..'oo do «'o o « 

ltl..V< KtlEUKIES v.x) do do «., 

CIIEKt.MKS jrio do do I't 

Wli)M:i'i.Ki;i.KUIES .:;iH) do It) di 

3""'oi*oiq:n lf"ruilH. 

RAISINS, (I.3ver& M. R.)— whides halves A, f|rs. 
t'l'RK.VN l.s— i',e»h and good. 

I'iiUN E.'s— keg, mill j ir«. 

Pi. Cil>— French. 

DATES. 

i?f»;rar's«. 

l'^"|,OX' — emT)r«'"ine large variety, and including 
some choice and popular brands. 

'X'oljaecoH. 

?'.0 pnr'jape,!, Inchidini; a-sorti-d pr».le« — T'lag, 
Fine »"ut » liewinu. Smoking, Billy Bowlegs, 
Meen>cimum, Kinnikinick, &e., iie. 

O.v.Mtor-* ;m»iI S'.'ivdinf"*". 

Afull line fa\orite bra-d^: nNo, EOIL-'TERS, 
SAL.MO.N, 1IALM*I:T. IlERRI.NtJ, ic, &c. 

XJrriiwlioK, "Wiixkh, IJnurlion 

'WliiMky, tVt'. 
A Iirje vr-nVfy, Inchidiiig some fin** Cld 'tran- 
dies ami Whi^kCs. (lM>ti|)Hii, which we cu cond- 
dentl; reconmvnd as very superior. Also, 

t;in.»er ^Viur•, B!ac',c?»'rry Urindy, 

tiiii.;>T Unmdy, AppU' r>i:in''v. 

Peach Brandy, di.'rry Brandy. 

Confoclionerr. 

F:g Paste, n-son«'d Caiidie-., (ium Drops, I.,oi 
enges, Li'iuorice, .spruce (ium, &c., ic. 

>«"»its. 
.\ fu!' line, lucluditig every variety. 
October I », lr>'2. 



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ATfORNEV.^ fc « OCNSELI.ORS AT LAW, 

• Mhoo in Jlcciiing's (Pho-nix) Block, corner ol 

l'hir<l and Wabashaw-sts., 

ST. PALI MINNESOTA, 

Will pracllci- in all the State and Federal Courtii. 
MoU'^y loaned on good .-ec^irity. 
«j»".*>h>ecial attention paid to collecting. 
\V. II. i.llAN r. dei^'i-lQlol J. M. HIKK.MAN. 



K. 



SPENCER, 



Tiy ANTED. 

» Cibinet M.ikers ; 3 Chair Makers ; 1 Good 
Chair I'ainter, at the 

Ha.-tiiiijH Stfam Snuh ami I'"'ui> 

iiitui-e ITactory. 
Also, for sale, a 

i'OKTAHLE STEAM ENGINE & B0!!.i:3. 
^."vlinder S inch bore, and 14 Inch stroVe. 

•^.ft■ IIEI{/.«>0 ft t'ORSIt.V. Il«|ilin<7«. 



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UN D E R S K; N E D , 



On Third-it., socond door from Jack«on-st. I Chase, McKinney atiiMoorV 
jBa< St. Paul. Mlnneaou. |«UdaoUiHiwlF w 



Vr. VI.ERS IN 

I?orlc, Graiii, Oroeovles 
and I?rovi«ioiiN, 

Invite their friends und buyers general! v to call 
upon them in Castm r's Building, Fimrth stn-et, 
anove Jackson, wher • will be found, JSnia' Cured 
Hams and .'^boulders : I>ard by the jar, lirkin or 
barrel; Beef, Corneti and Dried; Oat« and Corn, 
and a general stock of Choice Groceries, and all 
at the very Iowc.<t riles. 

The highest price j aid for Pork nnd (Jrnin. 

jann-.'tiv^ SEA<; ER & ll'»VT. 

"rrfTLLI A M D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND OOUXSELLOR AT LAW 
8T. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
REKKKP-EKCKS : 

Hon. George Opdvk.-, Xew York CI; v 

John G. Treadwell Albany, New York 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,...~Albanv, New York 

Hon. R. A. Law Chicago, Ills 

{ Geo. S. Blanchard Cincinnati. Ohio 

"' " '" Boston 



Slanufacturer and Dealer in 

CABINET AND CHAIR 

FURiisriTijnL] 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps constantly on hand a complete assort- 
ment of 

PARLOR, 

CnAMBEH, 

DIXrNG-EOOH 

IPtTKlS'IXUKK, 

OF ALT. 8TYL>:«, A:7t> OF SUPERIOR W08K- 
MANSIlir. 

Most of my Fnrniti'.re is of my own mrttitifVic- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
equal to the best there is made in the C. S. .\. 

As a nimble Fixp'>nc<» is always better tlian a 
slow shiling, I am de'ermined to sell a very light 
sh-tde ab'tvu co.st. Everybody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call In-fore purc?ia»lng. 

je«- REMEMBER PLACE: Stone Build- 
ing— Third Street— abovo the Bridge St. I'aul 
Minn. )^nJ4dIy 

^ k N A U F T , ~ 

(Corner of Seventh and Olive 9tr*»ets,) 

H,\8 IX ADDITION T» HIS :<EW i FULL STOCK OF 

Grrocorien Ac r*rovisiou8, 

A complete assortment of 
QUEENSWARE, LAMPS, ie. 
All of whicli will be sold at the lowest posaibU 
"'"new PLATFORM SCALES. 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct and 
ready for use. Those who have" Ilav, (iriinol 
Live' Stock for sale can save m'»ney by ifpttlng it 

HORACB R. RIi»Kr.OW. OLIVER DALKVMFLK. 

BIGELOW & D.UJlYiH'LE, 

ATTORNEYS ANDCOUNSELLORS Al LAW, 
St. Paul, ^Minnesota. 
Will attend particularly to coUectient through- 
out the State; and, until their payment by the 
Govenunent, will five especial attoution to the 
prc;eention and settlement of claims af INDEM- 
NITY FOR SIOUX DEPREDATION.^. s-Jft-lm 



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Organized nnil-r tlii« General Banking I.av of 
.Minnesota. 

O.n. I ; i:RELL,Ca.sliier. C.K. WELLS. Pros't. 
•*-0(nce in Coulter's Block, Jackson Street, 



Dentiist, 23 Years, 
MINNEA1*<»LIS, MINNE.SOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will he 
tho U"iial fe,>s of Dentists kI" tins .-^taTe. 

1 iuKert ARTIFICIAL PIVOT 1 EETH. which 
are healthier, cheajH-r, more beautiful aud durable 
tliau teeth set ou plate. 

Pivot Tkktii do m>t Prevent the Tasting 
oi' Fot»i»— Plate lEtTii no. 

I «o s'op decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 
(ele}:antl> ,) as lo last the life of the patient, 

4>«r CioiisaltaUou* without ciiarge. 
«21-f.m 

JP R I E N D S A N D PATRONS^: 

Our Stoc'< Is now conplcte, embracing ALL 
HAT IS NEW IN 

Alillinerv Dr v Groods, 

and LADIES' FLRNISHING and F'ANCY AR- 
lICi.Es. Our French Hats are tjuite pretty ; in 
l''elt. Beaver and Plush, we have the latest design* 
We have 3Iillinery articles bv the uuantitv. ii 
.suit tho trade, in Shawls. Cloaks and Cloaking 
we have a hr<re supply— we have twenty ditlerenl 
pHiterns; one is the McC'lellan— the patti-rn cost 
^■■yo in I'aris. Also, the Cioihic and E.xcel»i«r 
• loiks, so jnnch admin'd in high circles. Ea-.t. 
Our st<,ck Is large in Nubias, Hoods. Sontair-< 
l-rencn Opera Hoods. Zephsr Worsted Wijol 
>arns. Hosiery, t.love.s. Enibroideries. Wiiir 
•.iooiis. Ac. kc. Dress tioods, Balmoral and Hoo- 
."»kirt<. by the quantity. Five dozen Winte 
.shawls, tnat must be sold, with !"'mo«t evorv art' 
c!- wanted in tiie houselte.'pii,;. i,,.,.. \\^ solici 
an early cull. Ikesjiectlullv vonrs. 

.MK>.'.r. .1. DUG AN, 
Pe-.ow Day k Jenks' Drug Store. Third Street 
where the wax lady is In thtf window. o'.'5-tf 

M. i\. K E L L G G~ 

WnOLES.VLE ASD RETAIL DEALER l.f 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 

Childioi,'. ''\v.«__overT vsrietv; Egg. Lemon, 
Ginger, i;osion!iint So<la CRACKERS; Travel- 
ing, School and Work BASKETS; MAi'LE SU- 
GAR; Fresh CANDIES from Nvw York— also 

<9*THE BKSrCIGAKS IJf THE CITT. 
»4 M. V. K ELLO«0. 



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.Vt a meeting of the Directors of the Dakota 
Land Company held at their oifice, St. Paul, Jan- 
uary ■.•:!, iN'sJ, an assessment of one dollar \>"r 
share, was levied on the Capital Stock of sail 
• 'ompany to be paid on or before the Cth day ot 
March next. 

jiiiAVOw T. B. CA.MPBELL. Secretarv. 



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BOOK S 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Photographic Albums. 
ANNUALS. 

JUVENILE BOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Dissected Pictures. 

I*OItXFOJL,IOS 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 
TOY COOIiS. 

Everything In his line, 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EM. 

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BUEWEKS OF 

LIILiL'S STOCK, 

AND 

CR£:.43i: PALE ALE, 

L A G K R B E K R , 

POJiTKIi AND nnOlFX STOUT. 

Sold by half barrel and delivered free of charge. 

WM. CONSTANS, 
fnr24-d;y Aok.vt. .St. Panl. 

-p L O R E N C E SEWING 

mactii:n^e agency. 

One door East of Davenport's Bookstore, on 
Third Street. 

the "FEOItENCE" SEWING MACHINES 
make F«lK lUKKF.r.EXT stitches ou one and the 
same machine. Thu> the lock, imii:ble-i.o(k, 
K.voT AND DulBl.K-K.NoT, all of which make tne 
seam alike on both sides of the fabric. F.itiier or 
all can be produced while thu Machine is in nio- 
lion. 

They have the nEVicr.siBLE feed motion-, 
which enables the operator lo have the work c;ir- 
ry either way, or to change the dirvctioii, and 
fasten the end of seams, weich, to;,'etlu'r with 
making a long and a short stitch, is done siui^dy 
by turning a thumb .sciew. 

Their nioiious are all positive. There are no 
springs to get out of order. They are so simj.le 
that the most iue.xperienced can work them );• r- 
feclly and with ea-i'. They are NolsKLts.s, aud 
can boused where "|ul,''t is nei-t'^sur/. 

I'hey aic the >A£>l'K.il' .■>hWERS In the 
WORI.D, making live stitches to each revolution. 
1 iiey oil no dresses. Tht-ir stitch is the Wond-T 
of all, because nf Its combined ELAsri«:irv, 
.sTKK.Norii and iu;AfTV. 

I'rices No. 1, if 47.00, No. 'i, t57.00, No.:!, f r.r.OO, 
No. 4, $;:i.l<'j. .No. 5, $77,00, No. rt, 5i^•J,0tJ, No.; 
Cabinet ojM.ner, c-xt.no. No. 7 CuLiiii.'t caseil, 
#'.».'>.oo, Mahogany «<'.»7.i»0, Rosewooil JUt;..iiu. 
Henimers and ail necessary tools included iu tiie 
above prices. 

On baud di(7nTeMt kinds of lower priced Ma- 
chines, (.'uli uud see the "Florence )lachines." 
jylfr-dtf G. W. BAoCOCK. 

\ j 1 S S ELIZA \y ASS, 

TntKD Street, :iext Door to Gueexleai-'s 
Is now receiving 

Direct from l^s■e^v York, 

A LARGE ASSORT.MENT of the very 

kicih:st -VXD latest styles 

• OF 

MILLII>JERY GOODS, 

To T^fhich she invites the attention of 

Tho Ladies of St. Paul and other 

TowiiH ill the State. 

St. Paul, Sept. 27th, 1M'.>. 8C7-ly 



§x\^ (GiJOilji, 



1863. SPirtUNG. 1863. 
IiVGER.«iOt,L'S rJLOcis: 

DRY GOODR FOR CASH. 



^uvkuu^jji €ohmn. 



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WINTEB ARRANGEMENT. 



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Wateli Maiiulactarer. 

-AN'D — 

TOAVN CLOCK BTJU.DICR I 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CLOCK. 
JACKSON-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



Having had over THIRTY YEARS EXPERI- 
ENCE in the best \Vatcli Factories in Enplai'.l 
and America, he feels himself competent to do 
an) thing in tiis lino 

A LITTLK SXJFKRIOR 

to any other establl.shment in the Northwest. 

«^N. B. — Persims wishing to perfect them 
selves in the business, will be received under In 
str.ietion on VEICV MODEIJ A TE TER.^IS. 

M-f Fine work done and Clock and Watch 
Wheels out for the trade at low rates. tnryy 

«T^ O B A C C O, 

Oiarars, Pipes, Snufi*, &e. 

F. W. TUCHELT, 

Third Street, next door to Comb's Book ."'ore 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigar* 
Ac, isjiisit receiviiist his fall and winter stock 
and is prepar.?»l to lill orders to any extent, for 

FDJE IMPORTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Chewing Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior 
to any in the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 

a large assortment. These pipes are all th" go 
now, 

F. W. TUCHELT. 

St. Panl, XoT. 17. novirdly, 

T AVATSON WEBB, JR., 

(Snccessor to Walter W. Wo'ob,) 

WHOLESALE DEALF.R IN 

FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS AND 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 

aulff ^mr.KY I'.T.OCK, TIl/nn-iiT. 



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A T A W B A BRANDY. 



The nnderstgnod having been appointed sole 
Agent for the side of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANT)Y 
For the State of Minnesota, calls the attention of 
Physician:* aud the pubUc to its medicinal quali- 
ties. ^ 

WALTEK W. WF.BP. 

St. PsnV .▼"'" *« «v«. ir^ ,ie„ 



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ETAL WAREHOUSE. 



VANDERVOORT, DICKERSON & CO., 

I>I POUTERS OF 

Tin Plate ^ke., 



AND DEALEP.S IN 

T i^ X :v E R ' ft 

STOCK. 



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Af;UNT» Foil 

U O !«' E • H 

IMPROVED 

SC-A-LKS 
109 Had --eot Ruudolph>.<i«., Cklcairo. 



decL't-Tim 



P. O. Box 31(57 



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AX DEEDS 



St. Paul. 



decliurtm 




DR. DkMONTREVILLE, 

r> K :n' T I s T , 

(Offl". in I'rench's Block,) 
Thinl Htrert, n^ar the Poat <»ffir<>. 

SAINT I'AUL MINN'ICSOTA. 

lanM-ly 

^mfi-s' extra sugar'cured 

I^ ^ M S , 

S. K. PUTNAM. 



For sale bv 
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TIIE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 

Have now on hand the latest and boat form ol 
tax de«'ds. It is snitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, and in conformity 
with ail their requisitions, aud is prepared by .ae 
State authorities 
I'rice 60 cents per doion, or f 3 p«>r hnndrMl. 

/^ASII PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BARLEY, OATS and CORN, and DRESSED 

IlOtSS. at my Warehouse, Upper I>evee,St. Paul. 

dec.M-ir ALBERT McCAR'iAR. 

A F. KNIGHT, 

-A. R C H I T K C T , 

Will fumlshdeslgns.Plans.Details, Specifications 
and Estimates for buildings of every Kind, got np 
In the best style for the reduced price of one per 
Cent on estimated cost, and will, If reqnin^d, su- 
p<vintend the erection of the snmo, both in th'» 
city and countrv, at enually low rates. Office In 
Frnch's Block, Thira street, St. Panl, Minne 
■"ta. myft-ffm 

APPLES! APPLES! 



7S barrels choice, just rMelved and for sale low 
^'T 8. K. PUTNAM, 

rser Third and Market streets. 



l^EW goods: -NEW GOODS! 
JUST RECEIVED. 

DRY GOODS AT GREAT BARGAINS, 

splendid chance to purchase Holiday Presents at 

S3i:iTH Sc TAYIL.OIt\S, 
•• Olieap Oaisli Stoi'o," 

TUIRD.STREET, NEXT DOOR TO TIIE N. W. 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

We liave on hand a choice lot_of 

BALMORAL STvIIiTS, 

tlic cheapest in the market. 

SONTAGS, NUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARF.-?, 
In great variety of styles and colors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unequiiUodin this city, consisting In part of 

SfLESDin FPiEXcn MrnisoES, 

of the best make, in nil colors. 

ALL WOOL REPS, 

PLAIN AND FIGURED UNION REPS, 

Plain and Figured Delaines, Mottled Cloths, I",m- 
press Cloths, Valencia Plaids, &c., &c. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dress Goods. 

Also choice patterns of F'lannel Sheetings, 

All kinds of White and Colored 

F- L ^V :N' N IC L , 

Great Bargains in Bleached and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic Goods, Hosiery, 

Gloves, Ladles' and Gentlemen's 

Wrappers and Drawers, Hoop Skirts, Corsets, ke. 

All of which we will sell 

for cash at figures to suit the closest buyers. 

49* Call and examine for yourselves, at 

"The Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR, 

dec25 ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA. 

e"n T I S f~R Y . 



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DR. BOWMAN, having taken rooms in the 
Winslow House, will give his attention to all who 
may desire his professional services. 

Although a comparative ftnin.cer, yet the Dr. 
Is confident that, guided by thu lirm principles t,r 
justice and p<iulty — courteous nnd faithful manip- 
ulation, he mav win the confidence of all. 

Dr. B. intends his o.oerstlons shall rank only 
with other first-class operater*. 

tPf Anwfthetics judiciously administered. 

47- Office hours from K A. M. to 5 P. M. 

G. A. BOWMAN. 

Janl5-3m 



r>. W. Inffcrsoll & Co., 

HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LASOS STOCK OF 

SPRIN'O DRY GOODS, 

COSSirjTISO OF 

FANCY dress GOODS, 
Of every variety of quality, loU be sold at prices 

TO SUIT TUB TIME3. 
Mottled Morel'.o Cloths, from 10 to 2Cc per yard ! 

PLAID roiL DL ClIEVlii;.S, 

e.mbkoii»i:reu toil nic ciievkes, 

EVEIIT VARIETY OF CH ALLEYS 

EMP.KOIHEP.KH AXUOKKV GKIS.MLLKS 
P.LUK, OKEEN AXD UIXK UEltllAOE LKXIKIXA. 
KSCiLIPH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN MOUSLINE DE 
LAUIKS; PRINTED LAWNS LX 
CRKAT VAini'TY. 

A 8PLKM>11> STOCK OF OINGHA-Ma 

ALSO 

BLACK y\ND RICH FANCT SH.KS. 

MEN AND BOl'S' SCSJMKR V/EAR; 

BROADCLOTHS, BLACIC & FANCV C.\SSI3IKRES, 
8ATTISKTS, AND SUMMIUI CLOTH*. 

ALSO » 

A VERY LARGE STOCK OF 
HOSITCKY, GLOAr KS, 

AN D 

E3XI5IiOir>EKIES, 

PARASOLS, SUN VMKRKLLAS, KTC. 

ALSO 

A LARGE STOCK OF 

DOilESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

Br THE PIECE OR P.VCJCVGE FOR THE 

COUNTRY MCHCIIANTa 
Can purch.ise th'.ir Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We invito the attentietu of tlio ladies to our n^w 

stylos of Cloaks and JIantillas. 
OUR K >J" T I II K STOCK 

WILL BB 

soLr> iroit CASH, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 
The public arc Invited to visit 

OXJrt ICK\V STOKK. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. 

apr30-dly St. Paul, Minnesota. 

A T WHOLESALE. 

A large assortment of New St)lo 

Hoods. jSriabia.s, 

Sontag^s aud Comlortoi*&;, 

M.SO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

^VOOL SOCKS. 
Duck Gloves &c Mitteiif?, 

Having a surp'.ua of these goods wc 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGAINS. 

Ilofjaii &. Caiiij). 

novO'J 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

c.\ri:yixo the 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AND TIIK 

XJaitetl States ]>Xall. 



The roads nm well stocked with first c; ■ ■« 
horses, Concord (^oHches, with careful and e>i •*- 
rienced drivers, ail under the coatiul of couj..e- 
tent agents. 



SCHEDUL.-OF DEPARTtKES FROM 8AIXT PAtL . 

For Haf:tina;s, Ited Wins. I.ake Citv, Reei« 
I.anchtig. Wubasliaw. Miiinei.^ka, Winona and i.x 
Crosse— .veiuecting with the l.a' ros.-e andMJ 
w:i:ikee Railroad— every moniirg at 6 A. M. 

For Stillwater— Daily. Pt s a. m. 

For Shiikepee, Jonlon, St. Lawreiice. Be!!.^ 
P'uin, Ken<hT.soii, Le Sn--iir, Ottawa, 1 raveriie .o 
Sioux, .St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at a. I', m. 

F'or Rnsenionnf, Castle I.'ocU, Northfield. (iir- 
rou tiiy. Faribault, Medfnrd, (.lintou Falls ;i ij 
Owaton;m, connecting at Owatonna, for Wilr;> , 
St. MaryV. Winnebago Agi;n»y and Mankiiio 
Also for Uice J.ake, Clareiiiont. \Vusioja. .>!.•.■: 
torviile. Ro^liefcter, CliatueM. and V.'iuoua— Daily 
at 4 A. M. 

lor Industrinnn, Anol-vx. Orono. Orlando 
.Mojiticello. Clearwater, St. Augusta and St. 
Cloud— Daily, at a. .m. 

Fort Ripley Ktd 
'8 aud Sate r- 



F"or .«ai'k K.ipids, I'.ello I'rairie. Fo 
•••'W Wiii?— i'uCMlay'.s, 'ihuisdaj' 
;:y".s r.t .'"i o'clock A. Jl. 



C 

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For Richmond. S.nnk Centre. Alexandi'i. 
Ciii;i|iew;i, I'onime de Terre, Bnckinridge, h< . • 
Abercrombie— Monday's aud Wednesday's at it 
o'clock \. M. 

F-or .'^unrise, with connections for Superior 
and Bay)!, Id— .Monday's >\ eduosday's and Fri- 
iluy'.-, at 7 o'clock a. 'm. 

For further particul.irs inquire at the Genera 
Ollice ou XliirU sirvet. 

J. C. BURBANK k Cf). 

nov'J4-dIy Proprietors. 

A/JERCllANTS' DISPATCH 
ITast Freis'Jit ILiine* 

OWNED ASD MANAGED RT 

-A.MKIilC^iN' KXPIiKSS CO. 

All overcharges settled I'y J. C. ft H. C. Bu 

bank & Co., Agents. 

New York oHice, l>^ Murray street. 

Eustoa Oeice, CO Wai-!unglon street, 
marvi-'i-dly 



1802. 1862. 1862. 

Importaut to SliipperM. 



CARPETS. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH 33UGBEE, 

TIIIRD-ST., ABOVE THE BUIDGi:, 



deeir-rim 



9.7. PAT'L. MINNESOTA. 



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L I F T O N HOUSE, 



MANICATO. 



^:INNESOTA. 



fil'fi 



This House is situated near the f;f«'a»Ti»Miat 
landing, and is among tiie largest iuthcMiuue- 
sota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED, 

And the proprietor, from long experience In the 
^nsiness, tlatters him- <;f t!;at ho will be abl'.? to 
satisfy the traveling public. 

♦l-CHARGES MODERATE. .*» 

M. T. C. FLO WF:Pe, Pronrl'toT. 
Mankato. Minn.. April •.".'ih, I'-fc'. 

F A 1 R B A N K ' S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

i^^'^M^ "'' "^'^ KINDS. 

rTi^ -.«T«ii«ac Also, WarfhousoTrucke, I.#tte: 

^ftlXTSi^mf^ Presses, «.e..i;:c. 

F'AIRBANKS, GREEN LEAF & CO., 

17'.; Lakf Street, Chie;iKO. 

Fo- Pile In St. Paul, by .1. C. & H. C. EurbantS; 

Co. 

dV-Uo Mirofti! tn h'"" "nlv ♦ho «reninni> ^t^^.^.•a•t 

t> A L M E R ' S P y R JC 

V I jST E G A. H . 

This is the kind of Vinegar tliat should be used 
by all housekeepers for 

PICKLES 

AND THE 

TAUIjI?:. 

It Is warranted ptire cpd wholesome, and to 
give perfect satisfaction wherever used. Try it, 

AND YOU WILL HAVE NO OTHER. 

For sale at otir works on Clbley street, and by 
all grocers who hava an eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS FOR SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS i' CO. 



J. C. & n. C. PURB.VNK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. Pa* 
for the • 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R.IILROAD 

AND ALSO FOR THE 

LACROSSE &. ST. PAUL STE^ULEES, 

Wou'.d respectfully call yonr attention to the "a 
perior advantages offered by them over any otb-r 

comi ctiug line. 

T2ii*ouj2r2x J Contract* 

Will Le given to all points East. 
ALL CLAIM.S FOR 

^OVERCHARGES OR DAUACE.-i 
Will bo settled uijon presentation. 

WE HAVE ALSO THE A-GESCT OF 

DAVIDSON'S LtXE OF STEAMERS 

On the Mir.nesota and upper Mississippi riveii*. 
The La Crosse and Milwaukee Line receive and 

forward all freight riw.K of wareiiovsk 

CHARGl '. \T .sr. I'ALL. 

MERCHANTS who design visiting the East for 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain FUi i- 

PARTICLL.VRS. 

J. C. •!-. II. C. BURBANK & CO 

Ft. Paul. Feb. 2<5. 18C2. febsri-d&wlr 



100 



KECJS SU(;AR1I0USE, GOi. 

den and Am!)r>', a choice article, at 
J. <;. k il. C. lUKBANK k Co.'f 



ALAR(iE STOCK OF FINE J.» 
(jTiors and Ci}.'ars. which wc offer atprin! 
that will insure ouuk salts, ui 

J. C. k H. C. BITRBANK ft Co.'s 

q7'H/'\ r.IJLS. ASSORTED WHJ;> 

O V/ V/ kfv. for srie at 

.)'. C. & II. C. BURBANK & Co.'- 

Or^i^\VvIIOLE,IIALF AND QUAIV 

<D v/ v/ ter i.oxes i:aisin<, crop of \t\» . at 
.1. C. &. II. C. hCRBANK k Co.'s 



OO ^^"^-'^- STU.VRTS BEST HO.\- 

^iri\_/ ey Syrup, a choice .irticle, for table use jt 



J. C. & H. C. BCKBAN K k Co.'s. 



lOr: PACKAGES ASSORTEl^ 

JL^f^ Fruits, consisting of Plums. Pruu"- 
Curi:inis .iin! Cil'-on, ail new crop, for sale a*, 
prices to huil the tiini'S. 

,1. C. & H. C. BURHANK & Co.'s 

-| ;r/\ JiOXKS W. II. CHEESE; A 

JLO vy prime articl", at low figures, nt 

.). C. & 11. «J. BLRiiANK & Co.'- 

r^/\ (iRANTS PATENT FANN IS < , 

t/i^ ilills for sale at mannfjcturer's prices, »> 
.1. C. & 11. C. Bl RBANK k Co.'^ 

(JU WILL FIND ONE OF TliK 

largest and best ?el"cfed stocks of Grcc« r 
ip^ in t'le West, at the xrarehouse of 
dec l'.» .1. C. k H.C. ItCR BA NK & Co . 

T) R I N T E R S ' INKS. 



All •'ort', kinf'", ".nd """ilors. from ♦hece!ebrat"><l 
manufactory of , I. E. Wade, New York, for s.il- 
at lUiinufacturer's prices, bv 

decl .' J. C. k H. C. BURBANK ft CO. 



420 

brandi), at 



BOXES ASSORTED 'J o- 
bacco, comprising all the favor; i" 

.T. C. ft H. C. BURBANK ft CO.'s 



rt O l^OZEN DUBOIS BEST CA.< I 

<^V/ Steel Axes. Also "K dozen Red Ri« -i 
,\xes: aIso:ij liox'-s a- sorted Blued Tacks, i,i-' 
quality, at .. . ^ . 

J. C. ft n. C. BintBANK ft Co.'s 

ECEIVED ON CONSIGNMEN I . 

4.'f>oP.>LNH« Ue.ifin PKAri!K«. and 7."-C 
Poind " Dried APrL^:^^, to l>e »oi() low tVir rash 
niyr.Itf J- C. BCKBANK ft CO. 

7E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

^ T larg" supply of WrsTi.iiN KksEp.vi 
Cii:;:".6K "^hich we ot'er low for ci'''h. _ _ 



JPS 



,r. C. ft H.C. BURBANK ft CO. 



rpo MY FRIENDS & PATRON b. 



Having engtiged my services to the Messrs.! 
C. ft U. C. I'urhank ft Co., eorner T^vee and Si» 
ley streets. I may be found in the Wholesale Gro- 
cery De|)artment. whi-re it will afford me pleasui" 
to see tiiv oM ctii^tomers once more. 

We shall have a large and weil selected atori. 
of goods, nsuallv kept in our line, on hand, whnii 
I restiectlullv ask vou to e.xamine U'fore purcliH. 
Ine elsewhere. I hope to merit for thehon^t 
portion at least of tliat patronage you have lier.- 
tr<nr.> ■<, libernlly bestoweil iiron ''••• 

n^a-S A.L. LARPENTEUR 



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ERRILL IS PAYING C^VSH FOR 



Old Papers of everv kind. oVl P,eo!:« of every de- | 
scription. Reading, Blank or School Books and j 

««.s. Pamphlets. Paper Rag- wanted at MERRll-L .>. 

Anthony, J Hurry them along and get tho cash. icbJ-d&wtf | 



TNDiAN W.Ut LMPLEMENTS. 
The undersigned are Agents for 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 
Breoch Ijo.'iding Army Carbine**. 

The mo«f perfect and most corvenient l»r^«'*' 
ioa<ling gun in use. « >rders received at our office 
whor^a sample may be s^n^^,^^^ ft CO. 



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TnE SAINT PAUL PRESS, SCTXDAY, PEER U Alt V 15 



THE CITY. 



the old-£ish!one(l coffee-pots. It is real- 
ly fconoiny to use one ol the Denley 
(.'in i:« u l)ii:i' i"uv. — r>i.!u\v we jjive strainers, and the eost ean be saved in a 
a ilirettoi V to tiic various (hiirehes in short time — a laer well worthy of eonsid- 
the eitv. for the use of stranj^ers, a'.id eratii)n while coll. o is oOa 10 eents per 
otliiTs who may wish to attend serviee at pomul. 

any of them to-day : j ^ij.-rroni.ior.K vt..— Our weather has 

ISA ri 1ST. ' 

„ ,..,,, , ,,' \v . .....t. t i..>« Nih&oth pli^^f'l s"<''» fanta-tic trieks for two or 

Sorviiosat in : a. in.. .iti«l 7 _• i>. i"-. fal»lKith». [ three days, it de.serve9 a note. On Fri- 
•\VednosiU»y i-vi-ning, lecture ut 7';. K.-v. .lolm 

I). I'oi' •. Ta-tor. ; 

l-KK.-iHVtKKlAN. 



ni »at U allow.vi. On tlio nthor ilays, oxccpt in 
ca"!' of •ip.'oiiil ."ickncsi, tli.-y must observi- the 
rul>- ot'alj'itiiii-iii-.v » • » • 

I»y onl.>r ()<tho Ittslioii. 

A. O.STKR, Socri'tary. 

Saloon .\yr> Kixti-kks kor Svi.e.— Thi> .<a 
loon known n* t!io < ity Half U'ay lloti.«i>, on 
'I'hiril ."trci't, bctwoon .*»t. IVtcr and Markt't-st*.' 
kopt by .\. Kuby, i* olV«'r«'«l lor sab". Kcjr tt'rnis 
inquiro ol" !5. Mll.I.r.I.', 

at tli«' Wibl liuntor's .Saloon, 
dav niorniii;; it was elear, moderate and i f>'l>s-.it .iack.son street. 



of t.'omi).Tiiy A, First Ije^iment. .".rrivi'il 
last cvenin;:. on ti.e La Crosse htaj;e 



«'^ '•-''"''''• '^' »'""» a uilsting shower Prr.soNAi..— Capt. Henry (.'. (Vales. 
rim rr,.-.i»it,ii.in lUnr.-h. ,.v. s.'— lorn.r coiiniiiueed, broii.;iit Oil by a warm south 
Tbir.laniist. ivtir stn-ots. S.-i^ioo* at u>' '• uiud. IJy evening it had inereased to a 

m «ri!''.n Ml. Ui'V.JoUu MattooV.*, I'astor. , , '• t ,. , .• , n • , . , '^' " ^ ' 

m. BLu . ., !>. H. ,,,.., ,,,.x:,,,i, regular drizzle. whieheontnuKMl all ni;iht. ' (••.,„» c l.ioL-^ w.-l! •n.l «-i« .»r....»...l 

l\'ntriit I'ri.-'liiitcrint Vkurrini'. ^■. — i'i!-M"in| o » r» • \_.ipi. v,. loOK.t a\i'11, anil A\ .IS jjreel«Ml 

,tr.vt,n-nrtl.-r;.i'ir..l. Scrxi.v,, at K. a. m. and ' very unusual w '.ither for Minnesota. ' i„.a,..i}v by his Irien.ls. This is his first 
3r III. K.v .1. ii. KiluI.la.liT. ra-:»r. ..Saturday morning the streets, gutters a'osenee from his eommaud alter nearle 

/•' ■ //•;■. ■^- >.' -t i>ii"' "" Walnut t i i ' i i n . i i i tun \i.ir< ..i «-rvii'.> 

' /' , . . « , I and low nlaees wt re full ol .slush and wa- i^^o \iars oi serxu e. 

Str. 't. i..;i- ri'-a ant. >» nio -■* .ti U>\, a. m. ami j » ^ _ ,^, 

.->, p. m. ."-ana.iy .s.-hool at '.• a. n».: \V.-.hn>*.by i ter. ]\y noon the win>l ehan-^ed. and la.st v.vi.kxtinv.'s D.w lust h n w.>ok. and thoso who 

evening. l.o:ur.-. P. .v. Kr.d A. NoMo. l'.i-t..r. oviniMjr a:::ain, evervthinjr was frozen up ! *;!,'*•..''":'" '"'"""' ''" {''".••'• •'"»" ," »"> <" -■*'•'>•• 

..,.,.,, .,,,^ ,- I o .^ » . o 1 I ,.,11^. wbiTi' tbir- can bo toanU a c.ioice a«»ort- 

t.i. Mil 111. , i\,r\ii onee more. I incut and just iiciv.'d. 

jri.rv.f >■'/■.<-: C'<"'i-.'<— On Mar',i.'t *treet, near I ~ ... . , • i — ■>■ — . _ 

ihe 1-osi . .11. 0. s. rvUes ut io-, a. m. uiid rs j.. j -1 "^' sh'«^ji'"g is not injured any in the [ _.. ^y^y n..oKV--('oui.trv r.ivippanUfonntry 

ni 

o 

Rk'U. 1 a-tor. eoiuing week will be as good, doubtless, 

Jackson St i\.t r'lurch—ic.TiM^r ot ^iiu . p. o • • 

Jackson Streets, ."-ervi.i-s at Ic .• a.m. and ?', ; as last. 

p. m. SabKatli.sch.i.'lat - .. i». m. Prayer Meeting 

on Wedue-ilay eviiiiiit', at 7 -.. p. m. Itev. Kaward 

Ejyjfle^ton, Piistor. 

Oermaa .U.thmlUt r("(riri-,"i— Corn'^r of Sixth 
mnd Kosabi^l street.*. S»*rvice» at in'; a. i:i. and 

, p.m. i: v. K. W.Troeger. 

(,>■•-, ,.1 .l/,fii.i./;,*.'.<rrriVe— Lornerof Plea.<aut | liable to a line of i!tl.i 



n s.iM I'h >i!uioIat •.", p. m. Pravtr Meetln/i countrv, as far as We ean learn, and if we T'.'i'>'^"'K- ''.v tiail Hainiltoii. 

' "i> I ,» ' ' I I he K.\->m\i'», or Port llovnl llmsion, by 5lr.'>' 

>n Wednes.iav .xciiiuijat . , p. m. »"•» • •»• *^'- i have no more th: ws. trade durinir this A. .M. Kn-neb. 



violation of the g;inie law, in taking trout 
•TM.i.i Kviiii-jtHcaf AsiUH-iation — Comer of j i)ut of season, &e., and have good proof 

of tlieir guilt. The parties referred to 
are fuily aware of the provisions of the 
la>y. and that they were violating 



Vim..vTU»x OK TiiK (;.i.MK Law. — Our 

poliee should reet Ueet tliat any one sell- 
ing fresh veni.son, or keeping it exposed 
for sale, after to-day, February ICth. is 

.Also, for selling 

iti.l I'ini^ ■Jtrt'el* near Jefferson School Home, I • . t i . ■ •! 

an.i I iiu »iri. I.. m..ir ^x^-".! " or exposing lor sale phe-isants, a siuular 

»«ry Satbathat- .• p.m. Kev. P. Junk. I a»- , 

tor. I penalty. 

Sciiniltnitri'in ^^ct!l,nn.^t (V(i/ri-/i— Corner of' The Sportsmen s Club of our eitv have 
Te.ub an.l r.-..,p,Tan.-- Mreets. Serviee. at !o\. , ,^,^,^,j, ;, ,i,. .. sp,,ttin^r" some parties fo 

a. Ill :. .i . p. "'• ^'*'^- t"- ^- Liudiiuist, IV.*- | . , .' •. ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ , . 

tor. 

f 
Pine uiid Kl. veuth stnots, Kittj^on's Addition. 
Servicis at iii-j ?.. in. and 7 p. m. Leoiunl Van 
•n-t.'. ■ 1'..- r. 

(ArnoLio. 

Ci-r • ' ■,: ./ >/. /•<ii*.'— Corn.-r of St. Peter 
iiad feutli streets. S.^rvi,.-.'* at 7 a. m.; at '.' a. m. 
for the FreiicU Congr.-^^.uion, and at 10; a. m. 
f.ir ih" l".nsl'*h S!i»?uklnjc «.'>>nirregitioii. Vl•^pers 
at3', T-.. in. ::'s'-' *; V- V. I.. Grac, Uev. -V. 

i:iv.,i, v. i:. . '. "-, -. i; 'v. K. raiiK-t. 

.tatumi'Hoii t'h:iri:h iiJ::-muit' — Ninth street, 
l.etween Vine and <t. Peter. Service* at 7 a. in., 
K'S a- !■: a'.' ; v.i. IJev. D. ilarogna, PaitcT. 

: r;>iup.vi-. 

>.'. f-ttd's r"";;- 'i—rcmer of Ninth and Olivo 
".ri.;-. ^l■r^ic■'sa: lo' . a. m and 7'j p. tn. Kev 
A. l'-. i':itt'«r-on, l>. l>.. Itector. 

Vhrif! i'\i;y 'c— On Cedar Street, near Third 
Seivi.fs ;it ;■ .1.111. and 7'; p. m. Kev. <t. W. 
Duu 'i<. K'H-: .r. 

I •<S'.l\V.i,\ilOS.\.L. 

J". : < .'. ■••i.'; — i.in (.Jooilridi street, near 

the Fuller H«>u*e. Ser* icM at b". a.m. S-ib- 
bath Si'haol, at J p. ni. Kwning service* 7=^ p. 
ui K.M- .•«!:-* Iliw!' V, Pa^itor. 
I.l TUF.U.O*'. 

Trh/ti'j Cliurri, — Corner of Waba»baw and 
Tentii ."treer.-i. Servi.*e* at 10^,' a. in. Ker. G. 
Faclamaa, Pa<ior. 

ni:r.i:EW'. 

,!.'?. ^lo'.i ''.•■)';•■' .'';(•■?■ — On TioViert street be- 
•w.'.:i TLir.,; ;u. '. '.■y.uth. Kev. K. Marcusan, 

iluhbi. 



Patttm's Artillery Drill. 

JisT KKeKiVKU at Merrills, a lot of Pholo- 

gnipbie AllMini.>. 

CoinstiX'k".< IJeviseil Piiilo«opli'-. 

Peterson',* .M:igaiin<' Cor 5;:iicb,anil lots of Va!- 
entimv. 



X. A W ft o r .W I ^ .-% E M O X A . 

A.>' .ACT to .%iii<*ail ft<><ti<iki :i. <>r %!• 
tit-lf 3, of C'ba|itt*r 4. <»r tli«* a>f«»i«tu 
l.uwa uf iMtiO. lu ItcUitiuu to l.»y- 
ina; out Towaaliip lloiida. 

Be it ttuirinl hji the Ltyitloture of the Stale of 
MiuneiuSa .- 

Skctios I. That Seclion thr.?v, of Articl«» 
thr".>. i.f Chiipfer lour of the Siv-sion t aw> o» 
l.Hijt, 1hi and i< her"by aiiu-uded so as to re;id as 
l<>ll->\\ > : 

Sfction 1. V.'liencNer llie ."^up.'rvisnis .*;iall re- 
ceive a |M-tition in coiniiliaiu:' with the two pre- 
ceding .-ei-l ions, they.^litU (;i\ t- :it ic:i.<t ten days 
notiei- bv po^tiiif; upiiotbv-< in tlirffpnbli,- pl:i. i'» 
near ibf line of .-aid roiil, wb-y and wheje lb>-y 



them. A repetition of the .tet will surelv , "'" " eet for tiu' purp,.*.- oc p.T*oaaii> e.xuniin 
. ' . 'I iiij; the proposed aiu-rutioii, di*cu'itinuiiii<-i-, m 

lead to their prOSi CUtlon. One party has | route for th* new r.iid pm;. >*id, and -had h":ir 
, , . . . 1 . ' . .• I any ri-a.ions that mav be oiicnd lor or «sf.iiii>t 

bet-n tmploymg a man to eatcll trout lor ; altering, diM-ontinuln|f, r.r V.x . iufrout the enme. 

him. in ordrr to It'fd his boarders on. 



and afterwards cdlered to sell i^ome to 
others. 

If these things rrc permitted, our game 
demesnes, .'xiid trout streams, will soon 
be depopulated fur the profit and benetit 
of a fiw greeiiy and unprineipled men, 
who, to gratify th<.ir own appetites or fill 
their poekets, uould forever deprive 
their fellow-bolnf;* of the pleasure or 
profit |of h»gitiniate sporting, and many 
worthy persons of a main souree of sub- 
sistenee. 



A iT.KSiiN.vi. encounter took place yes- 
terday on Jaeksoii street, between two 
well known eitizeiis, inwhieh one of them 
had most of his h;iir pulled out, and the 
other came out with a face badly bruised, 
especially about the foreheaJ, but he 
Wr h am tliu a .Masonic Ball and Fes- claimed he was e\en, because he had an 
tiv.il will be belli in luir eitv soon. I envelojie full of tie "har"' of the rather 

'" '"•" — ' " bald poll of hia uitagonist. Thev sav 

'liii: riMtiKAMK lIofsK. — ^^ c learn , . ,. . .. o. i i" • i ' 

ono of the parties was the *' Malevbridge 
Miat Mutfat .~ i ast'e is almo.-t completed, , ,. ., . t -i .i ^ v " . ' 

. ... 1 Infant, jr., whih the other discounts on 

.and will be tipened in a Uw ilavs lor use I . , , i . » t i • • 

, ' , , • ; voung idi-as how to shoot — both being m 

as a hotel, mubr thv ahuvejiame. ', , i • , 

_ _ - mnm ! ^^^ bankmg business. 

Onk ol otir morning eotemporaries I* -»•»- — — • 

trying to m.ike it .ippear tlmt the wife ol I Tm: FiP.KMn.v's UaLI..— We nnder- 

:i will known citizen is not a lady. A | stand that .juite a number of Tickets have 

vtr\ pour Use to put their columns to, 

say we. 



."«Kr. V. Ihi-i act .-iiall ;>»• in forci; Iruiu unci 
afl.T i'* pa-i-iitre. 

Approvi-d, l-fbruary M, l.s.",;!. 



TUct Third .t2inu*-auti* Uuttci-.v. 

XoTl<"K. — Pel son* whii have served di'rinR the 
recent Indian W.ir in Cat. tain M.irk Hen.lricks 
Battery, are infornieil that r. Third llatiery is no-.v 
in progress of orguui/ation, which will Ix' u.*f<l 
for service in the .-^tate duiing f'le Indian Cnin- 
paign. Capt. Hendricks will b.- jjUid ti> receive 
a'l abIe-l>odied men, e-p"ei:illy tllo^(■ wlio h:ive 
formerly si'rvtd under him in this Ii:itt<'ry, and 
they are re.juesfod to call at the Captain's Head- 
quarter* — Mes.sr.*. liuibank's K.xpre^s tiitict! in 
St. Paul, and enroll theii iiam--s. Ulfice hours 
from y to 5 e. m. 

MAltK HKNUKICKS, 

febS-tf l*t Lieut., i'.rd .^liiw.. P.;it|.'r\ . 



ajj &Ji>f -hi ss 



r.ocA.r.H. 



The (. iiirriwv 1.\dia.n>*. — Several of 
these cliarait.rs left on the La Crosse 
sleigh for Washington, vestenlav. The 
balance go down as soon as they can be 

lovw.iiO.v'l. 

I. O. O. F. — Miniicsota Encampment. 
No. 1, will hi:!d an adjourned meeting 
lo-iuoriic.v (M. in, lay) evening, to install 
officer.-, »!v:i-. A full attend.ancf is rc- 
questiyl. 



IltilsK. Movi.m;. — A frame housi- of 
eonsiderable size was niovi-d on F'riday 
from the lower part of the city, to upper 
town, on the ice. Xine teams of horses 
was the motor jiower, and caused the house 
to move along lively. Lull is no where 
now. 



-♦•-» — - 



PiiLn K Colin. — The hog case mt-n- 
tion< d in ye.*terd.iy"s I'ur.s.s, in which a 
citizen wa.s arrested for passing a b.'».d bill 
on a oountiyiiian from whom he bought 
some pork, was amicably .•jettkd yester- 
day, without a trial. 

Allot.mkm".— We wire error in our 
notice of the receipt of allutments at the 
State Trea.surer's ollice, regarding the 
First Ktgiment. Allotments fur the tn- 
tire reijiment have been received. 

Also, since our notice, the allotment 
for 3Iunch"s b.attery has arrived. 

Cl.OTIIINti KOK TIIC ReFUiJKES. 

Captain lierkey. Commissioner of the 
Refugee Fund, yesterday, received from 
F. C. Jones of New York city a box of 
clothing, ^wighing 3W lbs., collected in 
that city i'>v the refugees. ]Mo.st of the 
clothing is new, and the freight was paii! 
in full. This is a liin-ral an.l timely do- t 
nation. 



The Lectiue Seaso.v. — The leetun> 
season will soon close, and we are glad 
to learn tliat one or two line treats still 
await our citizens. Among those who 
^re yet to deliver lectures under the au.s- 
pioes of the Mercantih' Library Associa- 
tion, are Rev. F. A. Xoble, and Rev. G, 
W. Dubois, two talented clergvraen ol 
our city, who, we are sure, will give us a 
couple of iecture.s udl worth liearing. 
The lecture cunmittec is also endeavor- 
ing to procure the pnsence of one or two 
distinguished lecturers from the East, 
who will farther add to the intellectual 
treat in store for those who attend these 
lect •ore.'?. 



DltXLEY'8 P.VTENr C.)rKi;K-W)T. — 

Those of our eltiz.ns who like a nice rich 
cup of cofTee, should procure one of the 
new style ccdll-e-pota manufactured by 
Denley, in Fwoger's lilotk. They are 
constructed in such a way that th« eollee 
is strained free from grounds, and the 
whole strength is infused into the decoc- 
tion, thus making it rieher and of a more 
delightful flavor than ea» bo obtained in 



been sold for this feie, thus ensuring its 
success in advani e. From the arrange- 
ments niaile by tli? Comiuittee who have 
it in charge, there can be no doubt but 
that it will ))c equal in all points to any 
soiree ever given in the city. Our fire de- 
jiartment have tl e means and ability to 
carry out fuUy an 1 completely any thing 
they undertake, v hether getting up an en- 
tertainment, or tiiking a burning building 
by storm, an«l quenching the flames. 

The tlesign of the Rail is to raise a fund 
to aid Firemen w ho have been wounded 
or become sick while in service as mem- 
bers. Surely this is a praiseworthy ob- 
ject, and there arc many who do not wish 
to attend who will purchase a ticket. Our 
Firemen are a noble and generous band 
of citizens. In the prostrating heat of 
summer, or the bitter cold of winter — in 
storm orsunshinr — they are ever ready 
to spend their strength, endanger health, 
and risk life and limb, to save our prop- 
erty from the flames. Surely such a no- 
ble band jis this diould be encouraged. 
They are now antious to raise a fund to 
aid the indigent members who may be 
injured or fall sick in the service. Their 
appeal should be met with a liberality 
which shows that their labors and sacri- 
fices lor their fellow citizens are appreci- 
ated and rememb ?re«l with gratitude. 

Lent. — This season commences to-day. 
We give below the regulations used for 
the guidance of our Catholic friends in 
the •* Diocese of St. Paul," during the 
continuance of Lent: 

I. All the days of Lent, except Sunday*, are 
fint days of precept . 

.:. The precept ol fa.^ting implies the abstain 
ing from food, excejit at one meal in the dav' 
excluding also tlier. from the use of flesh-meat. * 

.^. Ry di*pen.*ati.n, however, Iho u.so of flesh- 
meat is allowed in tlii.s dioce.se at the one meal 
on all days except t he Wedne.idays and Fridays 
of each week, the .'aturday of Ember week and 
tlif l;ist four days ol Lent. 

4. Koth fish and flesh meat are not to be used 
at the same meal. 

5. Necessity has imtborized the use of lard in 
preparing food. 

•*. A collalion m t exceeding the fourth part 
of an ordinary meal Is allowed in the evening; 
!ls!i, butter, cheese, &c., but not eggs, may be 
iK-e,I at llie collation. Custom permits also a cup 
of eoifee, tea or tliiu chocolate with a small bit of 
bre.i.l to be taken in the nioraing. 

7. Tiio prect'pt of fasting is binding under pen- 
ary of mortal sin ujion all those who have com- 
pleted their twent.v-flr*t year. Th« following 
c'aisesot persons a -0 exempted <or special rea 
sous: 1st. ihoiutirn ; Od, tho.*e who are engaged 
in bard labor or e.xhanstlng duties; 3<1, women 
who are bearing oi nurning children. Persons 
who excuse themseires, or seek exemption from 
this obligation, should satisfy their consciences 
that their indisposit on to fa»ting is owing to real 
inibiUiyand not ton spirit of self-indulgence. In 
all cases of doubt tl ey should advise with their 
IMistor: and .all who are exempt, should endeavor 
to supply, as far as hey can, for the non-observ- 
ance of the fast, by »,thcr penitential restrictions, 
and shuuld in conini >n with others devote them- 
selves to prayer and recollection, and to acts of 
8>rrowandeompun.tlon for sin, agreeable with 
the spirit of the Chu -ch in this holy season. 

8. The law of abptiuence from fle*h meat Is 
binding on all, except young children. 

'J. Persons dlspen^ed from fasting by reaaon of 
Infirmity, hard labor &c., are not restricted to tlio 
uso of meat at only o mi m«ii on the days in which 



OUR HOUSE, THIKU STULilT. OPPOSITE 
A:oiouv H vi.i,, H. F. V.. Virr, Pi;oi'rii;t<>k.— 
This old e,*tablished liou.-d is iu full o|H'nition, 
and i* prepared to fnrni-h nie.i;* at all hours ol 
the day or night. Th« bar is supplied with tlie 
very best lii{Uors. The larder is always full. Oys- 
ters at ■-"J and ;tO cents per do^eu. Hot Coffee, 
Steaks, kc, &c. (jive me a call. 

febW-aiy H. F. K. VITT. 

N^w Kk.vov.— The Kules of IVactice adopted 
iu general se.-sion of the Judt,;*' of this State 
and published by the Pkkss Pi:inti:;g Comiwxv, 
are now ready for delivery— j>rice fifteen cents 
per copy, or $1.50 per dozen. Thesj rule- go into 
effect on the first of Septeinb<''r, and will have all 
the autliority and force of law. Every Inwyertn 
the State mu»t have a copy, lli'iuittances umy l>e 
made in bank notes or postage -taintis. 



P I R E M E N ' S BALL. 

THE FIRK DEPAI:TMENT AS.SOCIATION 
of St. Paul, will give their 

Second Annual I3a.ll, 

0)1 TiESDAY EVEXiSG, Febnutry Kth, at 

MOZART HALL. 

L. H. EDDV, Cliairman Com. of .\rrangemonls. 

FI.OOK M.VXAGI rs: 
It. Presley, .las. King, 

(ieo. W. fiart, .1. I aggenmiller, 

P. O'Brien, F. Tlieobubl. 

Ai" Mu.sic by Wagner's Band. fcUl-td 



A.ND 

Blank Book Manufactory. 



Tlio I?ro«K Pi-iiitinjar Co. 

Have Iu successful opi^ration th" larte^t and most 
complete Bindery iu iiinne.sota. einbnicilig lije 
laesf and most improved machinery. Employing 
only competent and careful workmen, ai,d using 
the b«'st Material, tUey hope to contlaue lo give 
sailsfaction to ail. 

PAPER RULlT~T(^ ORDKR, 

ANi> TO .vxv r.vTri:i:\, 

LEDGER.-;, UAY BOOK.s, JOUUXAI,?, COM- 

.AIKIiriAL A\l> tOLNTY BOOKS, A.ND 

BLANK ROOKS OF EVERY KIND, 

M.\ni; IX THE ui:sT :.i.\xxF.n. 

Old ]3oolvs Ite-PJonnd 

.If.l CAZlXK.'i, PKninDtCALS, 
>II7SIC, &u., &:o„ 

Bound in Any Stylo Desired, 

From the lowest priced work to the highest siylo 
of thuart. 



THE AnnV HPC:.4.KH. 

Ihe letter of (lencral Rosecrans to 

Clovernor Tod, .and the speech of (u'ueral 

IJurnside, el.sewhere published, tell us in 

plain terms wliat the men who do the 

fighting ill the lleld think of the men who 

do the whining at home; what they think 

of traitors every when — Southern Rattle- 

.sn.tkes and Xorthern Copperheads. They 

speak (or a million voters in arms. 'Jhe 

traitors will do well to to take the hint. 
- — ^ — » « ♦ » • 

Tin; Copperhead «.rgai in this cit y 
tells U.S. in eflett, that if the Government 
avails itself of the aiil of negroes in put- 
ting down llie rebellion, it will thereby 
fiirfeii the support of the Copperhead.-'. 

ll is ;i bargain. A nigger for a Cop- 
perhe;\d is a mighty profitable exchange, 
a."^ we look at it; .and, undt-r the circum- 
stances, v.e would be willing to pay a 
heavy jireniium on the nigger. 

.4it .ll»olit<ouiat'«<>]»i»louor til* l*r<>a> 
i<l«>nt. 

Ll addition to our previous quotations 
IVoiii Wendell Philli[)'s .speech at Brook- 
lyn, we give the following on the Presi- 
dent : 

•' What we need is a Cabinet and i'res- 
idiiit, not the mass lahind them. [Ap- 
l>!.iiise.] Now. I found no C'abinet in 
U ashiiigton, but only a snag. And as 
a I'liJ-ideiit 1 fbiiiid :i very Jitmest man. 
lint 1 will tell ynu what I think he was 
made of. IL; lias stood for thirty years 
in Spnngfield, ihe ceiilre of Illinois; to 
I he iiorih of iiini, the iiortliern half of the 
Stale, Tree, educateil. intcliigent, repiib- 
lii-aii : to the southetn hall'ol him, Kgyjd, 
igtiorant jiro-slaviry, wi>rse than dough- 
l.iee.- — that would lie an improvemeni — 
jouthern, servile, dark, lie has been 
liahiDciug all his life to be proper with 
both — ;ind he is the result ol the lialance 
[Laughter and applause.] That is the 
eduiation of thirty years. >.'o blame of 
iiis. lie livc-d there, lie <'o''ld not lie'ji 
it. lie li.is succeeded in being the f;i- 
vorlie of that masonic State of Illinois, 
and the result is Abraham Lineolu. Well, 
now, there is no use in deceiving our- 
selves there is no use, when we take 
account of stock, of making our good>; 
too high. * * * 

"Everybody that goes to Washington 
goes bai k mart- despeuidingly than he 
went. I found nobody who went there 
who kipt as inuiii hope in the city as he 
lanied. He gets away from its atmos- 
phen- home again ; and looks over the 
whole fiehl, remembers how litt'i- men are 
and how great events are ; believes in 
the providence ol (Jod overheail ; believes 
in the slave; and takes courage, lint 
that ought not to be, and that need not 
be. The White llou.se is as.sailable. 
Kvery man, even our Illinois politician, 
has got a conscience. * * * 

"We may let him feel that the voice ol 
the North says amen to the proclamation, 
t-ndorses it. Col. Forney said to me, 
'it saved Pennsylvania ; we could have 
done nothing without it.' Convhice tlf 
President of that. Tell him also that his 
success lies in making it a realilv within 
si.My t|;iy.>j. How you shall do it, you 
know as well as 1 do. P»ut, if it is not 
done. v,e are in the shallow; the ship 
strikes a rock this side and upon the 
other. In a month. Congress goes home 
and leaves the K.seeutive and his Adiuin- 
i>tration alone. ♦ • • 

Press forward with the bayonet of re- 
publiean demand. This administration, 
which does little enough with the bayonet 
behind it, will do nothing at all with a 
Deinocnatie dra^ under its feet. Xo one 
ean guess anything of the inscrutable piir- 
jtoses of Providence in the immediate fii- 
ture. We can only arrange oursclv»\s 
around the leader, and endeavor to make 
him breast the Ktorm. You and I are 
comparatively powerless. It is of public 
opinion that I speak. That Senator and 
that House know eno'gh to save the na- 
tion, and they will not tell it. They 
stand able to push the administration from 
their stools, and they dare not take the 
risk. They say, * \Ve put in jieril the 
nation.' 1 reply to them, ' Yes, you do; 
but when the patient is dying, he must be 
treated somehow or other.' * * 

"There are facts known to a hundred 
men in this nation that would make the 
very ears of the people tingle; but their 
leaders at Washington, the men that 
know them, keep them .secret beause they 
dare not distrust the chances, as they 
think, of sucees.s. Timidity in every 
ipiarterl Rohlness in the people is our 
only securiiy. I come to you not to make 
a ."jiei'f-h ; but I mean to go up and down 
your great river, along your great high- 
way, and look into New Kngland to ask 
the people to speak in a voice that must 
inevitably penetrate to the White House, 
and demand of Lincoln, before the first 
of May dawns, five hundred thousand 
bhat k men with muskets in their arms, 
and the stars and stripes above them, in 
a new State, swearing by the Union. 
[Applause.] Then 1 will agree to stop 
ami not speak of the 'everlasting nigger' 



5S^ 



QT^K^S^ 11 N~ATEir,~ 

l-\ JIOFFATT'S CASTLE, COItNEU OF 4tii 
AND J ACKilOX tsTUEETS. 

DKALKK IX 

O-ItOCKKIIGS, GllAA^, 

Ajyijy I'ltox^isiciirs, 

Keeps constantly on hand a full scfply cf Com, 
Corn .Mi-al, 0:us and Bran. 

Nice l.,eaf Lard ami ."sugar riir«-u uam.'*. 

Anv '|uanti!y of butter and eggs. 

He lias made arningeinents to recrdve two or 
t iree times a week from Ihe country the choicost 
roll butler. 

Also agency for C. H. H. Baker's extra flonr, 
which is pr<in<Miiiced tbi' best iu the eitv. 

iioods deli\eredin all parts pf ihrt city free of 
chargo. '|el-^y 

T O T W~a"n T K 1) 

A lot wmtoil — vacant, or witii business hou.f 
on if, on Tbii-.l street— ln-twc-en Wabashaw and 
.lack>(in-.-.ts. Addre.'-s i;o.\ t»;6, stating lowest ^ 
ca.sh iirice and locatian. jaiil.'l if 

Tl ORN, LUND & tiALUSIIA, 

ATTOPtNEYS k COUNSELLOilS AT LAW, 

(Successors to Horn & (jalusha <>nd Sanborn & 
liUnd; 

S.\iNT Paul, Minnesota, 
Practice in all tlie Courts of the .'•tale, and in the 
Courts of the United btaie.s, at Law, in Chancery 
and in Admiralty. 

Collections carefully and promptly attended to 

mb-^: ly 




ISC^ 



WHEELER & ^WILSON'S 
SEAVIIVG^ IVI^CHIIVES. 

.MEllir ALONE MAKES A SEWING MACHINE VALUABLE, 

The People are perceiving that 

Grlowing- ^Representations ai-e not 31!ei'it. 

That it is economy and wisdom to purchase only Sewing Machines of known practical utility. 
THLS MACUIXE IS PROFITABLE AND AVAILABLE A LIKK TI.1IK. 
An annual dividend of 100 to 500 percent, (on its cost) mav be obtained in \U use, bv itsjiossebsiou. 
There are over 95,000 WHKELKIJ & WIL.SON Machines'in use in this country and Lurope. 
It is the only Machine in the world making the Lock-.Stitch with the Kotating Hook and u>ii;g the 
Glass Foot. 

The V, H KKLKR & WILSOX MACHINES are right, and if they do not oixiiite well it is because 
people are not fully instructed in their use. 

'^^' AlA. MACHINK.1 ARK WARRANTED, ANI> FULL IX.STRUCTIOX.S GIVK.V.rf^S 

All p.-rsons owning WHEKLER & WILSON MACHINES can have them properlv adjusted, and 
full instructions given in tlieir use, tree of charge, by calling at the WHKLLLii i WlL.'soN 
K« lO.MS, in the Greenloaf Block, Third street, a few doors below the Post Office. 



JT O T I C E 



E.XCELSIOU BUE*^EUY OX I'HALEX'S 

CREEK. 

All fiersons interesied will take notice that said 
IJrewery i- now iu lull operation, and tluit all 
contracts lor IJarli-y, Hops, or .stock of any ;.ind, 
for gaid UreW'-ry, will !»■ piirebii*. d by tbeuiider- 
signi'd, or .\n.lrev\ Ne-sel, bis iii.nerul Agent, no 
oilier pi-rson lia\ ing aiijb-jriiv lo make .such j):tr- 
ilm-es. .Mr. A. 1- . Kcilir is uiilliorizcd to .s?ll 
or deliver lieer. Ale, itc., and to collect lor me rll 
claims on sales so ni;ele, br.t is not otIierwiM; au- 
llioriiied lo contniel for said establishment. 

.>»t. I'au I, January l»t, iwi. 

janl-:»m LAUKEXCE NES.«KL. 



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Genevul Gvocoi* 



Asn nKAi-ri: irf 
THE liKSTFJMILl' rBOVISIOXS, 

VOUT SIMEKT, ST. TACL. 

Keeps constantly un hand the bost ol Sugars and 
Co He.'. 

The choicest Green an<l lllack Teas. 

Stewart's and Uelelier's Syrups. 

Tiie best lanijly biaiidi Kioiir. 

Dried iniits, I'ure Winvs, and Llijuors for me- 
dicinal purposes. 

The iiest Itairy Butter. 

J)urkee's Spices. 

The <;»"lebra!ed Danililion Coffee. 

Lan.b's Hams ami Aiiifs' Inied Dftef, 

Wooden ami Eartle-n Ware, &c.. 

Which will lie sold us low as the lowt-et and dcj 
tivereu pi-oni,)i!y, 

V U i: E O !•" C H A K U E . 

j>»i7 dly 

A PEW BARRELS ()F~C'II01CE 



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TAPSCOTTS EMKJRATION AND 
E.M'HANGE Ol EH»t:, 
yio. M<i Nuittli-^it., Xcw York. 

Kor LETTl.lfS of CIlKDlf i.iid DKAKTS on 
and I"A.>.«;AGE.S toand from KNGLAMi, IRi:- 
LANDand SCOTLAND, apply to 

TA1'.->C01T URMniKKS & CO., 

fet>i-.1mw No. Mi Soutli-st., New ^ ork. 

Y ^ ^ cXn g e t 

M:W DRIED CHERRIES, 

NEW DRIED PE.'^CHES, 
NEW DRILD PLUMS, 

NEW DRIED APPLES, 
AND NEW FRESH RAISINS AND 
PIGS, AT 



Febriiaiy Tth, I-mLI. 



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lytlSS GILL'S SCHOOL FOR 
YOTIMG- LADIES. 

Th^ Third Term of tlie Seventli Annual Ses- 
sion w ill commence on .MO.NLWY, FElUiCAltV 
'Jiii, isii.l. 

Tkk.mx — Junior and .'Jenior Department §10 per 
term; Primary, ^.j per lerin. febl-lw 



BOOK AND JOB PRI.NTI»8. 



Tlio Pi'OMH l^vintiiijf Oo. 

In order to keep jmce with t!;uir rapidly increas- 
ing busine.ss are constanily extending their fa- 
cilities for Book and Job Priming. Thev have 
r«s;ently introduceil .steam into their establish- 
ment, and put up another of 

HOE'S L.\RGE CYLINDER PRESSES. 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLKTS, BRIKFS, 

POSTERS, PROGUAMMI'.S, UILLHEADS, 

ULA.NKS, BILLS OK LADING, 

CIRCULARS, 

And every other description of 

PLAIX AS'D OHSAMESTAL PIifXT/\G, 

At moderate rates and at short notice. 



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E N U Y M c K K N T V , 

rKAI.KIt IX 

liEA^L ESTATE, 

SAINT PAUL, MINNE.SOTA. 
•irWill also locate Land Warrants and sel 
Real Estate on Commission. jan,><-di;wly 

jj^ (nrE~RT ~p7Xe W Ts 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 

St. I»aul, MinneHota, 
Officeon Thiril-st., Jiogei't lUock,utarthe Bridge, 

AI..SO BUAMII AOENTOK 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvev 
Collins Ik Brace. ^ 

Claims pres.*nted and jirosecuted before Con- 
pcss, Ct»urt of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington City. .Sp«>cial attention (mbi to secu- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, tc 

•9- Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at tbu ollice, without charge. 

oS-d tw&wly 



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.tXra. jran«Ct. MwlMhelm oo ^cCdlan. 

Mrs. Jane G. Swisshelm is in Wash- 
ington, where she went to see the "Great 
Father" in relation to Indian matters. 
Writiiicr back to one of the Chicago pa- 
pers, she says : 

III my travels thus (at, I find that every 
iiLTii who is opposed to the war is in I'avor 
ol those who wi.sh to settle our little diili- 
eulties liy altering or aiiiiulliii£^ the Con- 
stitution .IS the South iiuiy desire, turnin"- 
Xew England out of the Union, and sup- 
pn-ssing all discussion ol the sl.iverv tjue.s- 
tion, except on the pro-side, re-enslaving 
.ill those who have lieen freed, and annull- 
ing all l.arriers to the unliniitcd sjiread ol 
the iu.stitiilion, are all furiously iiidign.ant 
at .MeClL'Uairs removal, and demand his 
restoration. If anything could prove the 
ferrilile peril our eountry was in during 
his regime, this would be abundant evi- 
dence. Has she escaped that peril ? is the 
question, or ho would have as effectuallv 
served the confederate government had he 
surrendered our whole army before Rich- 
mond ? I think not, for in that case the 
matter would have been dropped, and the 
lover of his country would have been 
i'leceived. As it now is, he distracts 
and divides honest men ; and if our 
shij) of State goes down, he will be the 
rock upon which she .splits." 



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KNLEY'S PATENT COFFEE-POT 



.1. Di'.NI.EY begs to inform hisfiiends, patrons 
and the publii! generally, that he is nov» prepared 
to sujiply ordiTS for liis 

IVe-vv I'sxttMit CoflV?«-I?ot, 

Willi Cylinder and Strainer coinbinod. 

It has already met willi the ar>[)rov.il of numbers 
of the ciii/eiis' of St. I'aul and tie- Mate of .Min- 
nesota, and given very great satisfaction to all 
who have tested its good ijualities. Its me-ban- 
isni is siinpi'-; it is convenii'Ut, and produces 
strong and beautifully transparent ( oll'ee. 

A large assortment of Stoves and Tin Ware on 
hand, Roger's Block, near thi Briilge, 

janu'Mm Tliird-.si., St. Paul. 



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TEW FLOUR AND GRAIN STORE. 



fhc subscriber having taken the store recently 

occupied by O. IJ. Turrell, 

COLTER'S NEW BLOCK, JACKSOX-ST., 

Will keep constantly on hand all the 

Clioioo 13i*siiic1i!3 of" nour 

Brought to this market, which will be sold at the 

LOWEST CASH PRICE. 

Also, CORN, O.VT.S, RYE AND BUCKWHEAT 
FLOUR, BRAN, SHORTS, ftc. 

We have now in store. Cataract Flour, E.\tra 
and Double Extra, North .Star, City Mills, Brain- 
ard's Mills. 

JJ3- Goods delivered free of charge. 



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Shop west side of .lackson, between Fifth and 
Sixth liCreets, where everything reoulred in the 
building line will be promptly attended to. 

•^Jobbing done at short notice and on reason- 
able terms. novH-iy 



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B Y E R S , 



NAJJUFAC'TUKEE ASD DEALEX IN 
COPPHJl, SnKKT IROX ASD TJ.\ WAHB 

OPPOSITE THK BIO CLOCK, 



junni-ly 



L. W. OREEIV. 



"O A L M O R A L SKIRTS, 

Balmoral Skirts:, 

SILK STRIPED. 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to the city, just received by Ex- 
press. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley'.*! Hoop Skirt.s," 

Including the favorito brands "Pride of the 

World,'' " Favorite Diamond," " Immovable 

Tape," I.ace Gore, and a great variety of other 

styles, at 
docJ7-tf 



Hor:A:¥ & camp'm. 



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TNTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS. 

rosTOFi-icE. Saint Paitl, Mixn., ) 
.lannary JOth, iwa. { 
The undersigned is prepared to furnish F S 
INTERNAL REVENUE .STAMPS at the fol' 
lowing rates, viz : 

In amounts less than f.'tO, at pnr. 

In amounts of $,")0 and up to !?100,2 perct. dlsc't 

In amo.ints of idtio and upward, "J'j per ct! disc't' 

The discount will be paid in stamps. 

Onlert will b.; promptly filled, and forwarded 
by mail or express at the exp<'Use and risk of the 
purchaser. A recent amemlinent to the Revenue 
Law authorizes Stamps, (with the e.xcention of 
tho.sc enumerated In Schedule C of the law for 
Medicines, Preparations. Perfumery. &,c Ho be 
used indiscriminately. Parties orderine will onlv 
need to give tho amount and denomination of 
stamps desired, 

Jau3l-lw CHAS. NICHOLS, P.M. 



St. Paul, Feb. lOtli, :s«.1. 



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B T ^\. T EM E :isr T 

OF THE COXDITIOX OF THE 
OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, 

On the First Day of .Tanuary, 1863. 

Made to the Treasurer of tho SUte of Minnesota, pursuant to the Statute of that State, 



N.\ME AND I,0<\VTIOJf. 

The name Of the Company is the "Phwnix Fire 
J nsumnce Company," and is located in the city 
of IJrooklvn, county of Kings, ijtate of New 
York. 

CAPIT.VL. 

The amount of its Capital Stock. .. 

1 be amount of its Capital Stock paid up' aooiooo.oo i 

Ainoiiut of surplus on hand January 1, 

.JNi:! 127,284.^5 

Total amount of capital and aurplua... 327 .'^.sa 

ASSETS. 

Cash in ISank and on hand $23,447.59 



1,141.53 



Ileal Estate unincumbered, owned by 
the Company 

Ronds :tnd nioitgages, being first liens 
on property in Hrooklyu and New 
Voik, worth, in each case, from 60 to 
UK) per c«ut. more than the amount 
l«>a ned Jb-9,92G.50 

Loans on demand, secured by pledges of 
good Hank an<l other corporation 
stocks as collaterals 

Unpaid fire premiums, in the course of 
collection, all considered good 

liiils receivable for premiums on inland 
nav igalion risks 

Premiums on inland navigation risks in 
han<ls ol Agents 

Interest on bonds and loans, accrued but 
not due, and all drawing at the rate of ! 

7 per cent « kkr r-n ! 

liHiik or other corporation stock owned 

by the Company 38,550.00 

All other securities 11,6915.20 



MISCELI.ASKOUS. 

Tho greatest amount insured by any one risk, 
generally $10,000. 

'1 he greatest amount allowed by tlie rules to bo 

insured in any one eitv, town or village, is imt 

j fixed, Deing governed by the cluiracier vnd ct.u- 

I struction of the buildings and the faciliiies lor 

$200,000.00 I extinguishing fire?. 

ThegreatPbt amount allowed to bein.'ured inany 
one block, is governed by the character and ccti- 
structlon of the same, so as to a^o:U undue con- 
centrati<m. 

This Company was- incorpoi-ated under the fien- 
eral Insunuicc Ijiw of the state of New York, 
and obtained its charpeter or act < f incorporalion 
September 9, ]M;.a,.'in atlisted copv ol wiiich is on 
file iu the Treasurer's < iHice (.-f .Minnesota. 

STEPHEN t i.OWKl.L. Pic-.''l. 
PHILANDER .-nA\V,.Sucrei:ii v. 



3'»,722.00 
7,565.78 

12,570.72 
3,i:a.t)2 

6,556.C0 



CITY OF BROOKLYN, 1 ., 

County of Kings, ^ *"^' 
Personally appearrd, this 'JOth of.lanunry. Im'.;{, 
Stephen Croweli,l'resident, and Pbilaiidi r '^baw, 
Secretary, of the Plia.'nix Kire I nsurarce Com- 
pany, of Brooklyn, New Voik, andbcverailv made 
oath that the above statement, by tbeni .subsci- 
bed, is correct and true to the be.st of their 
knowledge and belief. 

[L. 8.] K. W. CROWELL, 

Notary Public, Kings County, N. Y. 



Total Assets of the Company 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted and due, Fire , 

" " " Marine 

Losses adjusted and not due, Fire.... 

" " Marine 

Losses unadjusted and in suspeu.')e, await- 
ing Pi oofs, I ire $13,925.00 



. .S327,?84.»ii 



..Nothing. 

. .Nothing. 

Kothing. 

.Nothing. 



Do Uo Marine 

Losses claimed but resisted by the Com- 
l>mi \ J r iri.'> •■••••••■•■•■••■■>•■.•«••.. . 

Do <lo Marine 

All other claims against the Company.. . 



Total liabilities 



febiVaw 



500.00 

Nothing. 
..Nothing. 
— None. 

.. 414,425.00 



THEO. 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, ( 
Tkeasii'.kk's Otm i:. \ 
The Phocni.v Fire In.>-uraiice Company, o 
Brooklyn, New York, having fully coiij]ilied 
with the requirements of an act eiititled " an 
act to amend an act entitled an .-.ct to regu- 
late insurance Companies not iucorpoiated bv 
the .State of Minnesota,' approved the si.xtli 
day of February, one thousand e!;:lit hun- 
dred and sixty; I bereby certify that said 
Company is aiitboriiEed to transact business iu 
this Slate. 

Witness my hand and seal at the city of Saint 
Paul, this third day of February, une'thou.sand 
eight hundred and sixty-three. 

[SEAL.] CIIAS. SCIIEFKER,- 

State Treasurer. 
Per J. R. PowEi:, I><?puty. 

E- IBOH-XJP, 

Agent, St. Paul. 



STA.TEjVIElSrT 

OF THE CONDITION OF TIlK 

mom:e iivsrjit.A.iN'OE com:i*aiv^^, 

OF NEW YORK, 
On the First Daj- of January, 1863, 

Mada to the Treasurer of the State of Minnesota, pursuant lo the Statute of that State. 



NAHK AND LOCATION. 

The name of this Company is the Home Insurance Company, incorporated in 1853, and located in 
tiie city of New York. 

C.VPITAL. 

The capital of said Comnany, actually paid up in cash, i $l,r00,0CO.0.> 

1 he surplus on the Ist day of January. 1803 r>70.m«..o4 

Total amount of capital and surplus. $l,«i70,">40.04 



.$127,1«7.,'»<) » 
. 4y,7."K).'sj > 
. 4'.»,WiO.O<» ) 



ASSETS. 

Amount of cash In Continental Bank, New Y'ork 

Amount of cash in hands of Agents, and in course of transmission.. 

Amount of unincumbered real estate. No 4 Wall street 

Amountof United States Treasury Notes, 7 3-10 market value 

Amount of United States Registered Stock, 1881, market value , 

Amount of United States Registered Bonds, 6-20, market value 

Amount of Missouri State Bonds, 6 per cent., market value 

Amount of North Carolina Bonds, per cent., market value 

Ainonnr of Tennessee Bonds, per cent., niarkvt value 

Amouut of Ohio, ti per cent., market value ." 

Amount of Illinois, li per cent., market value 

Amount of Brooklyn City Water Bonds, market value 

.\inount of Bank Mock, market value \ 

Amount of loans on bonds and mortgages, being drst lien of record on unincumbered 
real estate, worth at least $1,473,500.00— rate ol interest? percent 

Amount of louns on stocks and bonds, payable on demand, — the marlcetviilue of securi- 
ties pledged at least $-'73,331.00 

Amount of Government stamps on hand 

Amount of inland salvages, *cc. 

Amouut Ol other miscfUaueous items 

Amount due forpremiurns on policies issued at ollice 

Amount of bills receivable for premiums on inland navigation risk.s, &,c 

luttrcst due, and accrued but not due 



>1»1,821 'A'l 
4**, lK7.tr.; 
J>(»,12j.5o 

12,400.00 

ll,HiO Hi 

iu,;to.ou 
2 1,0(10 .mi 

11,400 »s» 
101,7(X1.00 

748,744 Ji'i 

22."',?r.M .(;o 
2,"1« UO 
ls,si<i.n:{ 
15,757.27 
2.H^.4;{ 
21,51.i.7!i 
2a,<i27..'>s 



Tola) assets of the Company $i,74i;,4'.'6.tw 

LIABILITIES. 

Amount of losses adjusted, and due and unpaid None 

Amount of losses incurred, and in process of adjustment f50,(Cl.5rt 

Amount of losses reported, on which no action has been taken U,H*)W 

Amount of claims for losses resisted by the Comimny 13,i:W(h; 

Amount ol divide.nds declared and dm and unpaid !)s^>(J^) 

Amouut of dividends, either cash or scrip declared but not yet due None 

Amount of money borrowed None! 

Amouut of another existing claims against the Company >i'one. 

Total amount of losses, claims and liabilities $75^11* <H 

T.ie greatest amount insured on any one risk is $30,000, but will not as a general rule exceed $10,«M> 
1 he I :onipany has no general rule as to the amount allowed to be insured in anv eitv, town, village 
or block being governed in this matter, in each case, by the general character ol' buildinjfs, width of 
streets, facilities for putting out tires, &c. 
An attested copy of the charter or act of incorporation accompanied a previous annual statenunt. 
STATE OF NEW Y^ORK, » 

City and County of New Y'ork, j * 
Charles .1. Martin I'resident, and John WcGee, Secretary of the Home InsuranceCompanr, beiru 
severally and duly sworn, depose and say, and each for himself savs, that tie foregoing is a trae lull 
and con ect statement of the atfairs of the said Corporation, and that tb«y arc the above described 
olhcers thereof. (^I*"^') CHARLES .1. MARTIN, I'resident. 

o . _.. . .1 Y. r^^^^^-l, .. J«HN McGBEE, becretarv. 

Subscrilied aud sworn, before me, this 24th day of January, a. d.. 180.5 

[L. s.] (Signed) j. h. WAsijBCRi^', Notary PubUc. 

Know all men by these presents, that the Home Insurance Companv, of the oitv of New York do 
h-rebyRiithorize any and all agents that said Company baser may hereafter liave'or aj.point in 'tliK 
state of .Minnesota, for and on behalf of said Company, to accept an.i »cfcliDwIedBe service of all 
process, whether mesne or filial, in any action or jiroceerting against said Cofij-anv, in anv of th« 
(^ourts of said htate. , And it is hereby admitted and agreed that said .servi<-.*«f the process aforevaid 
shall be taken and held to be valid and sufficient iu that behalf, the same as ii' served upon suid Com- 
pany according to th » laws and practice of said State, or any other State ; aiiA afl claims or riirht of 
error by reason of the manner of such •ervice. is hereby expressly waiv»'d and relinguished 

\\ Itness our hand and seal of the Company, this 24tU day of Januarv, iNa. 
l^- '^■i ('^.'&"«<1) CHARLI-.S J. MAKT5N, President. 

(Signed.) JOHN McfiEE, .StCTttary. 

_. „ , ^ . STATE OF MINNESOTA, TittASC»r.R'.'» OrrKE. 

The Homo Insurance Company, of New Y'ork, having fnllv coniplie<i with tbt' rcquiremenis of an 
act entitleii an 'Act to regulate Insurance Companies not incorporated bv the State of .Minneiiota " 
approved the sixth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and sixtv: I hereby ceriifv that 
said company is authorized to transact business in this State. 
Witness my hand and seal at the city of St. Paul, this 3d day of February ISt^ 

, . , ,^ CHARLES SCH EKFER, .stato Tiv;a4 Brer. 

f«W-2w Per J. B. POWER, Deputy, 

BORXJI* & OAKES, Agents, St. I>anl. 




POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 

DE.VLURS Uf 

Cliina.Grlass &. Crockerv 

PLATED WARK, 
CARBON OrL ANI> I..AJM3P8, 

TABLE CUTLERT. 

of every description. 
ROBERT STREET, St. Paul, Minn. 
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Two experienced MOULDERS. Kea* other* 
need apply. Apply to 

SCOTT & MOEOAN, 
JanSS-.'H^ ft.Jjttboof. 

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TF YOU WANT TO Gi T TDK 

PRETTIEST BALMORil SKIRTS, 

You ever saw, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMP'.S. 

If you want to gat the 

Best Hoop Skirt, 

You ever had, go to 

HOGAN & CAMP'S. 

If you want to get the 
Handsomest: I>xh3ms, 

In town, goto 

HOGAN & CAMPS. 

In fkct, anvthlnf you want to buy in the Dry 
Ooods Line. 

HOGAN & CAMP'S 
do«37-tf 1» the plM« to buy It. 



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S^VI:N^T PA.UL, TI7ESDA.Y, FEBRUA.KY 17, 1863. 



:N^U]MBER 45, 



e-^ r *.- p\:' r ;.H < larg-r Daily, Tri-W.«okly 
tn.l W ■■ Uy (.-ircii'.ation than any other in Minue- 
fotii. :iml t'nT-f.ir.> p'-is.»nts iiuluci'mcnts to ad- 

...:•-,, .-i ,v ... .: .,: , A... .'.•: aiiJ i'li«wU«re. 



6l\ rxL L, l"L l--.'\"i. 

Our tcK.-r:i|i!.i.- ili-^patches this morn- 
i 1:4 are uiiu-uallv lull. Atuoii;:: the items 
ol atws of special interest will bo noticed 
tbi' I'lH'ratitms ot the army at Viiksburjj:. 
the ; attlf ullKn. Ivinks with iho rebels, 
-ev. !i :n;;. - ! . !. -v I'ort Hudson, drivinj; 
them bark to tluir Ibrtifications, the ap- 
..■:..,••. e>i- Mctlellan and oi Fremont 
s. rvi'o. the assii^'uneut of (jen. 
i; : - ;uo imiiortaut command, the 

_ . • (leu. (iorman to await the 
.> .: eoi'.rt of incpiiry at Memphis. 



and the de.itli a:id burial ot'the disunion- 
•:-eaei' rtsoluiions in the Illinois Legisla- 

i;;re. 



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ti.e 

ii in possoi»;..ia ot tht 

-- jeriu un.ier an attachment tor the n-eov- 

-V ,1 a bank eolL-ction ot twenty-one 

: -. U-- tbiind the available eash as- 

., ; , . ,• :.-!~t ot two duUars. Tlje V> i>- 

.•,.a<ui i;.uik. fompcroUer's report exhibits 

• . - 'vn'c aj havin_' a cireuiation ot' $"2"',- 

- V ;red by 8-5.l)*X> six per eent. 

t - .'.id personal bond'* for $o."2^0. 

- — - » » ♦ « • 

• rii-iixi.^ci JOE." aoonEa* 

Ri:iOHU. 

■*■ ..loni' Ibr Ui;iuinL' "lualities and 
t . 'xhibite 1 in the present Trar. :» 

t. ,, . ral ia I luniand of the army ol 

t'li.i r.Kou.'.i- L-:i:i:Ied to the soubriquet ol 
' r; ;hting Joe" : as will be seen by the lol- 

! j'.v;;;.; il'stinjel^hed record, which we tii.d 

i.i t'.. • lb:'-: r of j;ri'i'aafes of the L'. S. 

ililii:'.ry A a iemy a: West Point: 

.J.>*';;»H n »i»lvi:n— PromotHil Vil LlL'tit. lit Ar- 

t " »rr. .lulv I. KiT: '-t L'out., Nov. 1, is'.s; .\>|j. 

M \\ ■ , ,. ;■ 1 Julv 1 tnOot. .1, 1^41; 

K . V '. .»4l to IMO: Brt'Vft «.;ipt. 

■ ..,,,,( coailift ill the sevt r.ii 

• . il-'X., on the .:1st, •-'•-'il ani 

;;i •■ -.-t Laptaia "<f ..-tu:r .A.-s'i 

•_ '.»fr: Br*»v«>t Major, .June 

;" ■ ■ Wit «-iV.>ri.'(i,< <.■"/! '"V hi 

':',' .\\Uiu:u:l I'rilje, Mf^ico; lirevvl 

i. - ;•(. i:j. IMr.ivr jTJJiiint conduct. 

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on: :io. ivE .'nf:%En .^e.tttiox 
111.11. 

.Ve bfli. ve tliat the name of lion. Cy- 
rui .\.liri' h Las net been mentioned — ai.u 
th t n ) oditori.d allusion has been ma le 
to L... '..■- ''■■•■ i'ress — sini-e the .Senatorial 
election, or tor weeks before that event. 
ex. opt onee. That once was on last Sat- 
nrdav, when we iiucteil from the Globe 
the oJficial report of a humorous and 
spl.-ited little colloq'iv on the tloor ot 
Con^r.'ss. between Messrs. Aldrich and 
Cu\. in which we expressed the opinion 
t'.:.i: .;• m -mjcr had ijreatly the advar.- 
tas- Oi the Oliioan. 

Mr. Aldrieh's newspaper docs not, 
however, >= eui to agree with us in our 
estimate of the brilUaney of its patron 
on tliat occasion, and reizrards our repre- 
sentation ot the official record of his part 
in that interesting conversation as an "at- 
tempt, in this hour of its (our) triumph, 
to disparage and ca.st ridicule" upon the 
defeated candidate lor the United States 
Senate. And not only as attempting, but 
ai bavin,' actually succeeded in shower- 
ing abuse and ridicule upon that gentle- 
man ; and such is the eileet of this sup- 
posed pluvial ctiorc upon the imagination 
tif the Cnioii e<i;tor, that the singular be- 
comes ti:.' plural number; and our sin- 
gle mea;zre quotation fr-jui the ijluli con- 
stitutci, in his mind, a multiplicity ol 
" recent insulting notices of ihe late de- 
feated eaiidi late lor the United States 
.Senate." 

Xow, we regret e.xceedingly that the 
oiTicial reports of Mr. Aldrich's sayings 
and doings in Congress should create 
svieh unfavorable haipressions in the minds 
of his friends ; and as we desire to ad- 
here strictlv to the generous maxim ot 
the ancients— " De mortuis nihil nisi bo- 
nmn" — -ve don't really see how we are 
going to do this iii such a way as to avoid 
the risk of wounding the feelings of the 
triondj of the ''late defeated,"' without 
rigidly suppressing any and all quota- 
tions from Congressional Proceedings in 
which hii name appears. 

. ♦ ■ ♦ « ♦ 

TM E i»noci..i-ii.iTio5r i:f i.or- 

1.<II.4^.4^. 

The New York Times' New Orleans 
correspondent sa%s the "Proclamation 
do?3 not work very smoothly ; whether 
thro:;;^h any inherent clumsiness in the 
m.achine, or carelessness and apathy m 
the engineers who are driving it, or both 
causes combined, I really don't know. 
But one thing certain is that Freedom 
and Slavery have, somehow or other, got 
so jumbled up and confused here that it is 
liard to tell which is boss. Freedom be- 
ing proclaimed in somepartsof the State, 
while other parts are exempted, is the 
canse assigned by the Times' correspond- 
ent fur the trouble. Gen. Banks, doubt- 
less, foreseeing that it was impossible for 
such a state of things to continue without 
some breach of the public peace, issued 
the fallowing order, while reprinting the 
President's Proclamation : 

IlE.vt»*iC.vr.rKRS Dkp.vrtmkxtof thk Gclf, i 
Xkw OELt.vNs, .Jun. 20, lil. ) 

GENBR.VL OUDER9, XO. IJ. 

Th'* following Proclamation of the Pivsident of 
the Lnito'l States, Uatetl January 1, IsW, is pub- 
lished in ^neral orders for the iaforniation and 
government of the officers and soldiers of this 
comnund, and all person* acting under their au- 
Ihoriiv. . 

The IVocIamation designates portions of the 
.<tate of Lou.*iaua, which are not to be atfected 
bv if- ;jri)vi?iMUs. The articles of war, however, 
forbid oittc^rs of the army and navy to return 
slaves to their owners ; ana the inevitable condi- 
tion j of a state of war, unavoidably deprive all 
clait^es of citizens of much ot that absolute free- 
dom of action and control of prop«'rty which local 
Uiw and the continued peace of th» country guar- 
anteed and secured to them. The forcible sei.<ur« 
of fugitives from service or labor by their ownen 
ia incuoaiatent witli tttese article* aad conditioaa 



of war. inasmuch as it !■ ads to pergonal colli>ion» 
a:id tlie disturbance ot the public peace, aud it 
ciiniiet Ih? permitted. 

Utlicers and soldiers w 11 not encourage or assnt 
slaves to leave their emplovers. but they cannot 
conii>el or authorise the r return by force. 

The public iutere»t ixreiuptorily d.-mands that 
all persons without otli. r lueuns of support shall 
I I.' r-ieiri'd to iiiaintu n themselves by l:»b,)r. 
I Negroes are not e.\emi t from tliis law. lliose 
rr: I « ho leav»" their employ. Ts will be compelled to 
Ft:iiKU\liY ir. ^upp<J^l theni»elves anil faniili.'s upon the public 

wor»s. Luder no cinuinstances whatever cau 
thev be supported in idl 'uess, or allowed to wan 
der'throu^jh the pari:-li« » ami cities of the State 
without einpli)vmi-nt. Vagrancy and crime will 
K' suppressed by an enforced and constant occu- 
pation and emplovment 

Wise men accept and ndapt tlieinseUes to the 
i-ircumstauces which surround them. wh. -re it i^ 
impossible to change tli-m. I'lanters and other 
•■mpl.ners will do well to con.-ider the condition 
ot" uublic alTairs whil. cousulUug ,their own 
wislie*. , , 1 » 

l"l>on everv considera:ion,labor is entllli'd to 
^onie e.iuita>)lo proponion of the crop" it pro- 
iluces. To secure the oij'"*-'" I'Oth of capital and 
Libor, the Seiiuestratioi Commission is hereby 
authorized and direct, d, upon conference with 
planter* and other part es. to nnipose and estab- 
lish a vearlv svstem of legro labor, which sh:tli 
provide for'th'e food, ch thing, proper treatment 
luiljust compensation, for the negroes, at rt.\ed 
monthly rates, or an eij liuble proportion ol th-' 
vearlv crop, as mav be .leemed ailvisable. \Vh<'ii 
accepted bv the planter or other parties, ail the 
conditions'of coutiuui>i;s and faithful servi<'e, re- 
■■pected deiiortmwnt co -rect disciplines an^l per- 
fect sujoruination, sha I b<' euforc. d on the part 
of the negroes by the oi ticers of the tiovernmi-nt. 
l"o secure their pavmetr., the wages of labor will 
cin>tinue a lien upon its products. 

Ihis may not be the I .-st, but it is now the only 
practicable svstem. W ise men will do what thev 
•an. when thev cannot do what they wi>uld. It 
is the law of success ' In tliree years from tlit 



,.'..';,■ 



nepnt'lii-an 



MEETING OP OHIO ARMY 
OFFICERS. 



Resolutions Uenonncing 
the Coppei'head.s 

at Home- 



Loyal tv or tiio A-iMiij- ^f^ 



Gen. Jeff. C. Davis' Expedition. 



li^rom ZVe^v Oi'leans. 



Gen. Banks' Fcrcos to Move Soon. 



Kel>ol >»toi*o« Iiit<»i*<*opto<l 



restoration of peace unler this voluntary .-.ysti'm 
of labor, the .^tate of Louisiana will prodiuv 
three-told the product of its most prosperous year 
of the p»st. 

The Quartemi liter's P»partment is charjr'd 
with the duiv of har\esiing coru on deserted 
ti.'Uls. and cuhivatiivil abanaoned estates. Un- 
employed n-'gro.'s will U> engaged in this service 
un.ler the control of sai able agiiirs, or planters, 
with ajnst coinp.'u.sati.u ia food, clothing ami 
Mionev, and unaer sucls regulations as will tend 
to keep families t'>gethi r, to impart •elf-support- 
ing habits to the^.'gro. s, and protect the U-st in- 
terests of the p«'oplL' ai d the Government. 

Hy ommand of Maj.-tien. B.\.\KS. 
RirH.ino B. InwiN, Lieutenant I'olonHl, 

A -sistant .vdjutant tJenerai 
•-» «-•-• 



RE.nOV.ftL OF THE 
CikEat. 



>VI-\3rEB.l. 



Tlie Annate liill for their Reniuvul 
aad Stale of tlie Reservation. 



TIIK 



THE 



VICKSliUllGlI CANAL SUC- 
CESSFUL. 



latives, your brothers, who are [ Gov. Stanley h.as resigned the Military 



lLJ.IXOI!« PE.ICE OIEI. 
KILLEl*. 



Fii-e in ^lil-wanUoe. 

Appropriations for CompcnsatJd 
Emancipation. 



Cien. Sromoiat TSe^ires » Coiuinautl. «r 
lie Mill Me^iun. 



si:cni:T.\uY ch.vsk-s p.axk bill 

LIKKLV TO PASS. 



^£W 



CO.^Ml.K. 



EX 1« !.«• 



Oou. 



TIIE 



The following i.- a copy of the bill 
which passed the United States Senate 
some days since, for the removal of the 
Winnebagoes from this State : 

Section 1. Tlmt the President of the Unite.] 
States is authorized to assign to and set apart 
for tne Winnebago Ineians a tract of un>>ocupied 
land, beyon-l the limit- of any >tate, in exti-iit 
at le.ist Vi|ual to their diminished reservation, 
the same to be well ad ipteil for agricultural pur- 
poses. And it shall b»' lawt'ul for the I'resi.ient 
to take such steps as he may deem proper to 
eiiect the peaci'ful an< ejUl.-t removal of the said 
Indiaus from the State ot Jlinnesota. and to set- 
tle them upon the lan'U which may be assigned 
to them under the pro* isiuns of this act. 

Sec. i. And be it ft rther enacted. That, upon 
the removal of the »ui<i Indians from the reserva- 
tion wliere ther now n'side, it shall be the duty 
of the .secretary of th) Interior to cause such le- 
iral >ul>division of the ►i^id lands to be appraised 
bv discreet persons to bo appointed bv him lor THE 
tiiat purpose. And iu ^ach instance where there 
are improvements upo. I any l-'gal subdivision ol 
said lauds, the improvrmnnts shaii be separat.-ly 
appraised. But no p >rtion of the said land-- 
shall U? subject to pre- -mption, settlement, entry 
or location uu<ier any net of Congress, unless the 
partv pre—mpting, set ling upon, or locating anv 
portion of said hinds, -hall pay tlierefor the fuil 
.ippraised value thereof, including the value of 
the sail! improvement <, under such regulations 
as heriuafter providi-d 

Sec. 3. And be it fi rther enacte.1. That after 
the sur»-eT of the said reservations the same shall 
b«' opened to pn'-empt on, survey and settlemt-nt 
in the sami' manner as other public lands : Pro- 
vided, That before any p-rson shall be <^ntitl>'d 
to enter any p»iriion i f the said lands, by pre- 
emption or otherwise, [jrevious to their expo-ure 
to sale to the lughest I Idder, at public outcry, he 
shall become an actual bona tide settler thereon. 
and shall conform to a 1 the repilations now pro- 
vided bv lavr in ruses nf pre-em!^)ti on. and shall^ 
pav, within the term of one year from the rlate of 
fiii si-ttlemenr, t'le fill appraised value of the 
l.iud. anil the iinproveiUfnts the.-eon. to th*- Ian.', 
otticer.' of the di»trict where the s.iid lands are 
situat.-d. .Vndtae portion of the «aidr.:'^er>ation.-. 
which mav not bo settled upon, as aforesaid, m^iy 
be sol'l at' public auct on, as other |>utli.; land- 
are sold, af:er which tUeyshallbe subject to sal 'at 
private entry, as other public lands of the Uiiited 
States, but no portion thereof shall bi' sold for a 
<um less than their ippraised value b«-fore the 
first of January, anno Domini, eighteen hundre.l 
and sixty-tive,' nor a less price than one dollar 
and twetitv-tivi' cents ;)er acre, ui less otherwis.' 
provided bv law: I" -ovided. That where im 
provements ht've been mad.» upon said lamls by 
persous authorized by law to trade with saitl In- 
dians, the value of such improvements, or the 
price for wliich the stime may be sold, shall bo 
paid to the parties ma .ing the same ; and in case 
the laud upon wliicli improvements shall ha-e 
l)een made, sh.all be purchased by the parties 
making the same, at the apprai-ed value as afore- 
said, the value of tht improvements so made by 
him shall form no parr of the purchase price to 
be paid for said lan.l. 

SE< . 4 And lie it further enacted, that the lands 
of said Indians which have been set apart for the 
pavment of rtic debts .if the said Indians shall !.<' 
■■ol I on seal 'd hicjs foi the best price the same will 
bring; but no bid shiill b«> received for said lands 
until the tir-t day of .tanunry, »• no Dom:i;i l">tV), 
for less tha^i tw'.i dolljrs and tifty c«'nts per acre. 
Bids shall be r>".vive, for tracts of quarter sec- 
tions ; and for such tr*ets conforming to the g.)v- 
ernment survi'vsless hnn one hundred and sixtv 
acres Kswill B«'Cure the l>»rK<>''t price for said 
lands, certiticafes of indebtedness of said Indians, 
issued bv th ■ r<>mini-sion»'r of Indian HtTairs, for 
the debt's of sai<l Indiins secunvl to be paid out 
of the sate of sai.l Ian IsJby the third article of the 
treatv of the said Ind ans with theUnited State*, 
concl'uded at >Vashi igt'>n on tlw 10th day of 
April, l>w)9. The moiev iiri>ing from the sale of 
their said hntls after paying the iadebt"dne«* rv- 
reipiired by said treat y tob« paiil shall be j>aiil in- 
to the Trea-urv .)f th. United States, and -hall !>e 
expended as tin- saui • is received under the di- 
rection of the Se -retjiry of the Interior in neces 
«ary improv emeuts n )on th<'tr new reservation: 
inil it shall 1^ the duty of the Secretary of tie' 
Interior to allot to said Indians in severalty sueh 
Unds which they ma' respectively cultivate and 
improve, not exceeding MO acresto each head of a 
lamilr other than to h» chiefs, to whom larger 
allotments mav l>e i lade, whl'.'h lands, when so 
allotted, shall be ves e«i in said Indian and his 
heirs without the ri |ht of aleuiation, and shall 
be evidenced by pate it. 

Sec. 5. And be if further enacted. That the 
monev to be annuall- appropriated f >r the beneiit 
of the'said I ndians sli ill l)e expended in such man- 
ner as will, in thejudirment of the I'restdenf. be«t 
advance the said Indians in agricultural and me- 
chanical pursuits, aid enabl* them to sustain 
themselves without the aid of the government. 
.\nd in such expenditure reasonable discrimina- 
tion mav be made iu 'avor of the chiefs who shall 
be found faithful to \he govt-rument of the United 
States, and efficient ;n maintainini; its authority 
and the peace of the) Indians. Said Indians shall 
be subject to the law s of the United Stat«'s. and to 
the criminal laws of the State or te ritorv in 
which thev may 1 ap len to reside. They shall al 
so be subject to sue l riles and regulations fi>r 
their government as the Secn'tary of the Interior 
may prescribe ; but iliev shall be cbemed incapa- 
ble of making anyvilid civil contract with any 
person other than a native meni'>-'r of their tribe 
without the consent of the President of tlie Uni- 
ted States. The secretary of the Interior shall 
also make reasonablx provision for the education 
of said Indians, accirding to their capacity and 
the means at his co umand. 



your re 

sacrilicing their lives, their all, for you 
on many a bloody battle field. If some 
miserable demagogues amongst you must 
vomit forth their poison, let them stay at 
home. We want none of their vile let- 
ters, speeches, or papers here. We 
know for what we eniracrc in an abolition 
war. We have sunk all party considera- 
tions in devotetl loyalty to our country, 
and whatever names unholy traitors may 
apply to us, we will by every means that 
Providence puts in our hands sustain the 
Union. So help us God. 

The army of the West is in terrible 
earnest to conquer and destroy armed 
rebels — earnest to meet force with force 
— earnest in its hearty detestation of 
cowardly traitors at home — earnest in 
will and power to overcome all who de- 
sire the Nation's ruin. 

Ohio's one htmdred thousand soldiers 
in the field, citizens at home, a."?k their 
fathers, brothers, and friends by their 
firesides, and in their peaceful homes, to 
hearken to this appeal, and to put an 
end to covert treason at home — more 
dani^erous now to our national existence 
than the presence of armed hosts of mis- 
•riiided rebels." 

The cheers with whieh the address was 
received by the Ohio regiments this eve- 
ning, would have sent a thrill of joy to 
the he rt of every loyal man. 

SECf^XD DlSPATVn. 

Mi'iiFr.KESBono, Feb. 13. 
(len. JefT. C. Davis returned to-night, 
from his expedition to hitercept Forest, 
afttT his iittack en Fort Donelson. He 
marched to within a few milts of Char- 
lotte, and although he did not succeed in 
the main object of his expedition, he cap- 
rured :ioO prisoners. 



Tho Negro Soldiery to bo Or- 
ganized. 



Oonniiii rSolieved 
IVom Diitv. 



Uia lottos Mpecnisationa to l>e !■• 
«e<tti{rate(l. 



IlLPRISAL BILL 
TO PASS. 



LIKELY 



ILEIXOI^ LECilSE.lTl HE 



Gov. Stanley, of North Carolina, 
Besignsd. 



DERATE ON FEDERAL REL.VnON'S 

IN THE KENTUCKY 

LEGISLATUUE. 



600 or^Xoi-gan'ss IVIen 
Captured. 



x»iEr>. 

In this eitv, last light, at 9', o'clock, of Dip- 
theria, JOSfil'HIXK, daughter of William and 
Mary Jane Medley, iged one year. 

Funeral this after luou at i'i o'clock. 

In St. Anthony, F^b. 15th. In the triumphs of 
Christian fath, of Typhoid Fever, Sirs. SAUAH 
VAN KMMON, ag. a -ta years and 3 days. 

Funeral service at the Presbyterian Church on 
Tuesday, the I'th int., at 2 o'clock p. m. 



gintr %ixtt6$mm\$. 



UCTION SALE OF 
DR'i O>oor>s- 



PBOM ROSE CHANS' ARMY. 

Special Dispatch to the St. Paul I're^s. 

MiKKisEHSBOHo, Tcnn., Feb. 13. 
At a meeting of Ohio ulTiccrs held last 
nij.ht to take measures to show the senti- 
ment of the army in regard to the prose- 
cution of the war, and crushing out trea- 
son in the north, a number of ofiicers were 
appointed to draf\ an address, to be pre- 
sented to all the Ohio regiments for adop- 
tion or rejection. 

On the Committee, were Col. W. B. 
Walker. 71st; Col. E. H. Phelps, oHh\ 
Col. J. M. Conklin, 27th; and Lt. Col. 
F. W. Lester, 17th. 

The address begins by ignoring all 
party politics, and declaring only for 
the preservation of the United States. 
It asks with earnest emphasis, why any 
but a traitor, should desire the severance 
of the Republic or to throw obstructions 
in the w.ay of the earnest prosecution of 
this war, whose sole object is the preser- 
vation of the Republic from those, who, 
by armed force, are seeking to destroy it. 
Can any portion of the people consent to 
a tlismembcrmcnt of the nation ? Assur- 
edly not ! Why then manifest factious 
opposition, which can only encourage the 
common enemy. This war must be pros- 
ecuted. All evils can be remcdicil at the 
ballot-box, save the rebellion of men in 
arms. This can only be suppressed by 
bayonets. 

Can cemproniije avail? The rebels d\s- 
dainfully fling back in our faces, all prop- 
ositions for compromise, and declare that 
nothing will suit them, but the acknowl- 
ed<Tment of their bastard n.ationtility. 
They look upon their northern friends as 
allies in the war which they are prosecut- 
ing against the Union, and will regard 
them in no other light. The speeches 
and resolutions of these sympathisers in 
the North, are quoted m the South only, 
to prove to the deluded people in that 
section, that there is a large party in the 
North who think that the infern-tl rebel- 
lion is right, and are willing to submit to 
disunion. People of the North, you must 
either acknowledge this rebellion to be 
ri<Tht, and that your nationality is a sham, 
or vou must, as one man, sustain the war 
against traitors. We intend to proteit 
vou, and vou must not desert us. We 
have sullered now, too much to be willing 
to agree to anything save the absolute, 
unconditional restoration of the Union, 
without consultation with traitors. 

Arms have been invoketl to destroy the 
Government, and artns can only save it. 
Your enemies ask for no cessation of hot- 



FHOM WASHINGTON. 

special Dispatch to the ,*^t. Tajl Press. 

W-ismxtiToN, Feb. H. 
The House considered the Indian Ap- 
propriation bill. It was amended, but not 
deliuitely acted uj)on. 

Tlie Senate ratified the treaty by which 
the Kaw Indians arc to be removed from 
Kansas, as >oon as arrangements can lo 
made by the Indian Buieaa. 

Bills have been prepared, and only 
await an opportunity to be reported, ap- 
propriating ten millions of dollars for tho 
abolition of slavery in Maryland, a mil- 
lion and a half lor abolition iu Western 
Virginia, an-l .$-150,000 lor Delaware. 

The select Committee on Emancipation 
has also agreed upon a bill to establish a 
board of einigrat on aud colonization in 
conneo«'tion with the War Dep.arlment. 

A bill passed to prevent and punish 
frauds against the (jovemment. 

Gen. Fremont has maile another de- 
mand to be placed in active service. II 
it is not complied with he will resign his 
c.3mniission as ^lajor General. He was 
warj'i!; r.tAi\e 1 on the floor of the Sen- 
ate to-day. 

Gen. Butler's destination is finally de- 
cided on, but it is not yet made public. 
He was to receive his orders this' eve- 



Governorship of North Carolina, to the 
great joy of the loyal inhabitants. His 
resljrnation was tendered immediately 
afler the issue of the Presidents procla- 
mation. 

The oth iliihigan were surprised by a 
superior force of the enemy, yesterday, 
near Aunandale ; lo are reported killed 
and missing en our side, and some 
wounded ; the rest retreated. 

The tax law amendments will proba- 
bly not be reported till Tuesday. 

Tobacco dealers were here on Saturday. 

There are indications that the peace 
Democrats and their border State allies may 
possibly attempt fillibustering to defeat 
the war and finance measures. 

The session is now so near its close, 
that they can work incalculable mischief 
if they were disposed to accept the re- 
sponsibility. 

FROM NEW ORLEANS. 

Special Dispatch to the .Saint Paul Press. 

New Yok, February 14. 

The steamer Empire (^^'Ity, from New 

Orleans, arrived this evening. 

The forces of General Banks, after a 

month's delay, were in a condition to take 

the field. It was thought a forward 

movement wouhi be made at en.'C, to 

clear out the Lafourche country. 

On the night of the 3d, a fishing smack 
w,is seized on the Lake. She was bound 
to Ponchatoula, and had on board a large 
tpiantity of medicines for the Rebels, and 
also letters from forty or fifty leading 
citizens of New Orle.ins to persons high 
in authority in the Confederate Govern- 
ment. The three Jews, who were in the 
'ooat, were tried on the 4th, before .Judge 
Peabody, but the sentence was withheld 
until the parties who had written the let- 
ters had been arrested, which General 
Banks had ordered done at once. 

The weather was very cold in New 
Orleans. 

It was generally believed at New Or- 
leans, that General Butler would return 
to that city. If net made Secretarv- of 
War. 

The Jews in New Orleans, and Indeed 
in all the South, ought lo be exterminated. 
They run the blockade, an<l are always 
found to be at the bottom of every new 
villainy. 

Revs. Dr. Lockfulton and Goodrich, 
the Jeir. Davis praying parsons, had 
reached New Orleans on the 3d irst. They 
refused to take the oath of allegiance, 
and General Banks would not allow them 
to land. 

The water tlows through Williams' cut, 
in front of Vicksburg, and a small steam- 
er had passetl through the canal. If it 
deepens and widens our fleets can pass 
down, leaving Vicksburg four miles dis- 
tant. This intelligence frightens the 
rebels. 



FROM MILWAUKEE. J oPEBATioars ax vicksbvbc;. 

Special Dispatch to the Saint Paul Press. ^, ^ ,, New York, Feb. IC. 

MiLWACKKE, Feb. u, ! The World says of the operations at 
Afire broke out- abo'Jt 1 o'clock this , Vi^-ksburg :— . 

, , r .^u It IS reported that McArthur s division 

morning, in the second scory of the ' ^^ ^^^^^J, ^^ ^^ j ,^j.^ Providence. 

Newhall House, in the South-east corner, ^ jhe ilississippi is now not far li-omtwo 

consuming the comer rooms to the iadie's streams, tho Bayou Macon and Tenses, 

parlor, and up to the fifth store. The "^^^-^'^^^ ^^ '"S^ ^^^'•''■. are joined to the pa- 

i: - ., 1 ■ 1 1 rent stream. Then they continue down 

hre engines were proinptlv on hand and . ^ ^ ^, , ,/.. „ .,.„„,.u p„ i 

" r 1 . in a tortuous path until thev reacti rieJ 

kept the flames subdued from other rooms, j^jver 

The damage to furniture is large, owing 1 It is deemed possible that with a little 

to the house being flooded from top to ' excavation and clearing to turn so much 

I ^. ^ » .1 -1 r „,„.,«.,-, I ' of the river into a new channel as to make 

bottom to prevent the flames from spread- I . ■ ii i • a'- i i ^nui .»,:!.« 

* * It navigable, leavui'T vicksburg 10<Jmiie« 

ing to the adjoining rooms. I to the left. Should this succeed, we 

The damage to the building and the fur- , might expect to see half our army advanc- 

niture is estimated at $20,000. The in- ' ing in a lleet ol transports to assist Banks 

■ „ .11 i at Port Hudson prepar.atorv to tiie errand 

surance will cover the loss. I . , a- i i i .i ' ■ • i _ 

attack on \ icksburg bv the combined ar- 



The fire is supposed to have originated , ^^j^,^ 
from the grates, setting fire to the tloor. 

The business of the house goes on as 
usual. Hie damage done will soon be 
repaired. 



FROM NEW YORK. 

Special Dispatch to the .St. Paul Press. 

New York, Feb. l.>. 

The Monitor "Patapsco" is reported to 
have arrived at Beaufort. 

The City of Manchester sailed at noon, 
with over half a million in specie. 



^ASIIIXGTOK, Feb. 16. 

General Sherman arrived at Washing- 
ton yesterday from Vicksburg. 

An otiicer of (Grant's army has .also ar- 
rived here, and rejiorts our forces in fuil 
strength around Vicksburg, and work on 
the canal, making satisfactory headway. 
The new channel has si.x feet water, and 
the current is rapidly increasing. 



FRo:n 



AX D BEAl • 



FROM WISCONSIN. 

.'Sf ecial Dispatch to the .Saint Paul Prcs.s. 

3I.vni.sox, Feb. It. 

Mr. Webb introduced, to-<lay a well- 
drawn bill, providing for enrolling, with 
certain exceptions, all able bodied men 
between 18 and -15 years of age, who are 
voters, fur the org.inization of the State 
niliitia, and regulating drafting. 

Mr. White, (Dem.) vainly tried to In- 
troduce Peace Resolutions like those 
which passed the Illinois Assembly. 

FROM SPRINGFIELD. 

.Special Di.>;patch to the St. Paul Pres.*. 

.<pr.ixc;FiELi>, Feb. 14. 

The Legislature h.is finally adjourned, 
and defeated all the pet measures of the 
Copperheads. 
Special Dispatch to the St. Paul Press. 

SfKixtiKiULn, Feb. 1.1. 

The Peace bill was killed in the Senate 
to dav. 



.liEVVISERX 
FOBT. 

Ntw York, Feb, 10. 

The gunboat Penobscot arrived. Ev- 
erything was ([uiet at Newbern and Beau- 
fort. 

The gunboat I'awnee towed the iron 
clad Potapsco out of Beaufort on the 'Jth. 
Destination unknown. 



niniT 



OUR ASSOCLVTED PRESS DISPATCHES. 



FROM WASHINGTON. 

No Quarrel between Generals 
Foster and Hunter. 



Five Bris:a.ae.s ottho Robol A-iTXtj- 
on the -way to Clxarlestoii. 



PBOSPECT «r TIIE BEBlCTlO^r 
OF XlIE I>1 TY OX 1»AI»EB. 



General Banks Approaching 
Port Hudson. 



Another coniigii aient for next FRIDAY, at 
11 o'clock, at our Roonu, Slone Block by the 
Bridge. _, . 

Next week we re aoTB to Rorera' Stone Bloc*, 
a few doori above- -our Flag will ihow the door. 
We wUl thea have x ta« Fumltuns Sale* Boom. 
40x60— the beat Sal ;• Koom In the city. 

f«bl7 :U VAIRCUILD h UABCU. 



tilitles. Shame upon you I 



Secretary Chase's friends say a carefid 
count of the Hovse shows a clear major- 
ity in favor of his bank bill. 

It is understood that at their last meet 
ing, t*nc Ways and Means Committee 
stood three for a reduction of the paper 
duty to five per cent., and five against 
it. It is believed that since then Thad. 
Stevens and one other member will go 
for a reduction, or suspension lor one 
vear. Publishers will be satisfied with 
this if they can't get any thing better, and 
it is now probable that it will go through 

in some such shape. 

W.isHiXGTOX, Feb. 15. 
Special Dispatch to the St. Paul Pres*. 

The President and Secretary of War 
are maturing a plan for the organization 
of tiie fighting black population of the 
country. 

Lieut. Col. David, of Gen. Foster's 
stalF, arrived here to-day, from Port 
Royal, bearing dispatches to the Govern- 
ment. 

He spe.aks of our operations there as 
progressing most favorably, and of there 
being no cause for discouragement at the 
prospects. 

Gen. Gorman has been relieved from 
active duty, aAd ordered to Memphis to 
await there the action of the Court of In- 
(piiry into his alleged cotton speculations, 
and other charges against hnn. 

M. Mercler is disposed to make light 
of the question between him and Seward, 
and will not make a point on it. What 
his Government may do ia another mat- 
ter. 

To-morrow the Senate will consider 
Mr. Grimes letter of Marque, and Re- 
prisal bill. Senators Sumner and Trum- 
bull oppose it, but it will pass by a con- 
siderable majority, as the vote on taking 
it up yesterday indicated. The law will 
probably be amended before adoption, so 
as to facilitate the distribution of prize 
monev, which the naval officers now com- 
plain as being too tardy. 

An eCFort will be made in the Senate, 
to morrow, to pass the conscription bill. 
An amendment will be moved, bringing 
within its provisions foreigners who have 
voted, or filed a declaration of intention 
to become citizens, and for enabling 
drafted men to relieve themselves by the 
payment of a certain sum, and for bounty 
to nine months men and two years men, 
who mav re-enlist. 
You are It is rumored through rebel cbanneU, 
that Gen. Banks has fought a battle seven 
miles below Port Hudson, and that at it9 
termination the rebels retreated to Port 



FROM KENTUCKY. 

FuAXKFOUT, February 14. 
Special Dispatch to the Saint Paul Press. 

In the House, on Saturday, .Joshua F. 
Bell spoke on Federal relations. He 
took strong L'nion grounds, but disap- 
proved of the proclamation. He pro- 
nounced the minority report an insidious, 
wily document, that meant secession and 
that the purpose of those who favored it 
was to take the State out of the Union. 
He said the South made the war, and that 
it virtually commenced long before thd 
present Administration came into piwer. 
He objected to the majority report be- 
cause it contained four propositions that 
were calculated to mislead ; namely : an 
armistice, a Nation,al Convention, a Con- 
vention of the Mississippi Valley and 
Border States, and the withdrawal of our 
troops. He maintained that slavery was 
the best condition for the negro, and that 
the institution was beneficial to both white 
and black. 

Mr. Btll concluded his rcm.irks by ex- 
tolling the Government, and expressing 
devotion to Republican institutions. 

Mr. .Johnson, of Scott, followed in a 
rabid secession speech, and called upon 
the Legislature to Insist on peace. 

The debate will be continued to-mor- 



row. 

Ex-Gov. !kfagoffin has returned to this 

city. 

GEN. ROSECRANS. 

Special Di.-<patch to the Saint Paul Press. 

Cixei.'JATi, Feb. 13. 

Gsn. Rosecrans has sent a letter to the 
city Council in response to complimenta- 
rv resolutions. The sentiments are similar 
to that sent in his letter to the Legisla- 
ture. 

FROM CAIRO. 

Special Dispatch to the St. Paul Pres". 

C.viHO, Feb. 15. 

The Fe«leral scouts have captured the 
guerrilla leader Dawson, on a mule, in- 
cluding 30 of his band. 

The steamer Lyons, ju!«t arrived from 
Vicksburg, repor'ts that the health of the 
troops was not improved, and was very 

bad. . , , , „ 

Gen. Tuttle has received the foUowmg 

dispatch, to-day, from Col. Lowe : 

Fort Hexbt, Feb. 12. 
The forces of Gen. Rosecran's command have 
captured mx hundred of Gen. Morgan's men. 
A>e are still picking up dead and wounded in the 
iieljrhborhootl of Fort Donelson. The dead now 
numbjf more than 200. rnwr 

r>,iimed1 "^. TV. lAlW K, 

*^ * Colonel Commanding. 



A DRAWN BATTLE 7 MILES BELOW. 

W.^siiiXGTON, Feb. !.'>. 
The Times' special says, Lieut. Col. 
Dorr, of Foster's Staff", arrived to-day, 
direct from Port Royal with dispatches 
for Government. He utterly denies the 
recent sensation reports in regard to the 
'I'larrel between ilunter ami Foster. 
The same denial is made by the Presiilent, 
and no reason exists to believe anrtuing 
occurred likely to impair the efhciency o: 
our armv in the department of the South. 
Refugees, who left Richmond last 
Wednesday, state that five brigades of 
troops from the Confederate aru:y at 
Fredericksburgh, passed through Kieh- 
monil last Sunday, apparently on their 
wav to Ch.arleston. 

On Tuesday the main body of the reb- 
el army stretched along the Railroad be- 
tween 'Saxton'3 Junction and Fredericks- 
burg. 

They estimate their forces at 40,0' lO to 
4i),(XKJ. Great an.xiety is felt at Rieh- 
niond regarding the anticipated attack by 
our force J on Charleston. 

The rebels greatly dread our iron- 
clads. 

The army on the Rappahannock is very 
poorlv supplied with clothing, and have 
not been paid off for months. A great 
deal of dissatisfaction exists in conse- 
quence. The supplies of provisions are 

ample. 

The Wavs and Jleans Committee were 
s.aid to stand, Saturday, three for, to five 
against the reduction of the paper «luty 
Suiee then it is said that Thad. Stevens 
and another member of the committee 
indicate a disposition to remove the duty 
for a vear. 

Gen. Shields has been ordered to the 
Department of the Pacific. 

The President has telcgraphe<l Gen. 
Cameron to report at an early day at 
Washington. It is claimed that he de- 
sires the resignation of Cameron as Min- 
ister to Russia. 

The Trihuiie's special says that there is 
-important news, but thi'ough rebel 
channels, that Banks has fought a battle 
seven miles below Port Hud.son. '1 ue 
result was, the rebels fell back to Port 
Hudson, while he relircil to liis camp. 

It is understood that Governor bt.an- 
ley's resignation was accepted to-day. 

A bout 48 of the 5th Michigan regiment 



I'RO.'?! ROA^iOKE I»I.A:XD. 

New Yonic, .Ian. 15. 

Dates from Roanoke Island states that 
the rebels have ll.J small boats secreted 
in the bayous and creeks of Tydrell 
and Hyde Counties, by means of which 
they expect to cross to the Island and 
capture the garrison. 

THE CHA»iE OE XUE FEOIKin.!. 

Nk'.v Youk, Feb. Hi. 

A Key West letter gives piarticularj of 
the chase oi the Florida by the Sonora, 
on the Bahama banks. 

While the wind was light an 1 the .sea 
smooth, the Sonora gained on the pirate, 
but on reaching the open sea, and ihe 
wind freshening, the Florida drew rapidly 
away, and night coming on, was lost sight 
of". Some disarrangement in the Sonora's 
machinery interfered in the rebel's favor. 

!(kEV1'S EltO.TI WASUIXCiTO.T. 

NhW York, Feb. Ifi. 

The Times' special says McClellan has 
applied for active service. 

The Washington iitar states that the 
Senate will take up the Conscription bill 
to-day witli tho understa'.iding that it is 
to be passed to a final vote. 

A resolution will be introduced in th-- 
Ilou.'^e early next week referring the Sen- 
ate bank biil to the Judiciary committee, 
that they may examine, first, how fartuj 
Senate's' bill' confiicts with the rights of 
States to regulate their own financial af- 
fairs. Second, how far it confiicts with 
vested rights under valid and Constitu- 
tional State laws. Third, whether or nol 
the time which the bill is going into ope- 
ration ought not to be extended, to enabhi 
the States to accommodate local institu- 



tions to Its provisions. 

It is supposed the passage of the bill 
may thus be prevented by delay, ii in no 
other way. 

EllO.tl AUl£A.ir«A9. 

Wasiiisgtox, Feb. V>. 
A refugee from Arkansas states thiit 
500 Jay hawkers, who defy the rebel con- 
script law, were in the mountains of Clark 
county, while thousands more in Mont- 
gomery county openly tiei'y ing the rebels. 
They are supplied with powder and lea I 
bv one of their number lormerly engaged 
in the rebel ordnance service. 



willing for your holy rights to submit to 
their rule, and you show your sjnupathy 
for miserable traitors, justly confined in 
prisons at home, and then to your friends, ^ Uudion, and Banks to bis camp 



FROM ST. IiOUIS. 

Special Dispatch to the St. Paul Press. 

St. Locis, Feb. 1.3. 

Gen. Curtiss approves the orders is- 
sued by several of the western Post Com- 
manders, suppressing ths Chicago 
limea. 

XmX PUiATB AIiABAXA. 

XewYobk, Feb. 16. 
The Alabama sailed from Kingston, Ja- 
\ maica, on the night of Jan. 25. 



was surjjrised la.-t uight near Annadale, 
bv a superior number of the enemy. Ihe 
fight which followed cost us fifteen killed 
and mi.-'sing; few wounded. Our men 
were forced to give way. 

I.OM OF THE STEAMER »ll^A3f. 

New York, Feb. 16. 
The steamer Swan, from Key West for 
Xew Orleans, was lost, with 17 of her 
crew and passengers. 

AD%'KCEift f nOX ME.VICO. 

New Y'ork, Feb. l.>. 
The Herald has advices from the city 
of ^lexico to January 1 1 - The attack on 
Puebla had again been deferred. Ihe 
Mexican General Ortego was making it a 
sort of Sebastopol. There lad been sev- 
eral skirmishes in which the Mexicans 
were victorious. The Mexicans claim to 
have captured 1,2 00 French mul es. 

CEX. BBTI.E»'I» I5f»Tl&i:CT10ai«». 

New York, Feb. 16. 

A "Washington special says Gen. Butler 
has been in conference with the President. 
He expects to get his instructions to-dav, 
also that the Judiciary Committee will 
soon report a bUl to punish northern 
traitors. 



CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. 

■\r.\sinNe;TON, Feb. Ifi. 
Sf.n.kte. — Mr. Davis c.illed up the bill 
regulating the appointment of Midship- 
men, the (piestion pending being on tl 3 
adoption of an amendinerit ratifying ap- 
pointments made by the President ai 1 
.Secretary of the Navy. Mr. Grimis, 
amendment was rejecled. 

Jlr. Anthony moved to amend the hill 
so that appointments shall be made wi:;i 
reference to to the merits and qualifien-* 
tioRs, to be ascertaintdby examination 1.1 
candidates. Rejected. 

At the expiration of the long hour the 
Chair called the special order, namely, tlie 
bill for enrolling and calling out the miii- 
tla of tlie United States 

Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, said le 
.simply proposed lo explain the bill, l-i 
state the reason why It was introduee<t. 
We were now encrageil in a gi.antstrug^l- 
for the preservation of iiationahty, and 
for twenty months we had been sending 
voting ii:en nf the country into the fiel'i. 
The.«e regiments had suil'ered much frti::i 
battle, and disease, until now many I'f 
the old Regiments numbered no more 
than 4U0. 

V>'e were told by the leaders of tho re- 
bellion, that they were fighting for mtle- 
pendence, and that they would make ii<t 
compromI.se, therefore the folly of talkinj, 
of peace, and compromise was compre- 
hended by all loyal men, and all suehtaU • 
was little better than treason. This bai- 
tle was to be fought out to the end, ani 
he wanted It so fought as to put out r - 
bellion and restore the nation. He a - 
sumed that it was the duty of every go.-d 
citizen to do his utmost to preserve na- 
tionality. 

Congress had the right under the Con- 
stitution to raise armies, put down insu/- 
reclions, and, if ncLcssary, it had th-* 
right to call into the ^ervice of the conn- 
trv every citizen, either as volunteer or l>y 
draft. It might never be necessary ti> 
put the bill into effect, he hoped it would 
not, but it was the duty of Congress ti* 
provide all necessary means to carry o i 
this contest. The bill proposed to enro.l 
the whole people of the couutry, and not 
merely the militia, 

Mr' Cowan moved to insert members 
of Congress, among the persons exempted 
from the provisions of the bill. 

Mr. Wilson hoped the amendment 
would not be adopted. 

Mr. Doolittle thought the amendment.^ 
would not be of much practical value fcr 
the bill only included persons under 4"). 
and scarcely anv Senator would be mclu- 

ded. ' J ., 

House. — The House resumed consul- 
eration of the Indian appropriation bill 
amendments to pay interest on bonds, 
includin" those stolen from the Interior 
Depart inent held in trust for Tarious 
tribes, was rejected. 






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-*•» a. • A <VI t ^**^^^ wnslJ oMork, Imt bv 1 1 noarlv ovorv poml.ints, a i>air ol iliamond bracelets, wife, who seems to have ffrown up cx- 

Vl UC (^iUUv XmU %V%|55. seat in Grace Chur.li wa< octupi'e.l. The ; and aiamona lair-p.ii.s to match, au.l two | jiressly for him. has not been since the 
^^ 1 onhr nspertin" •• full .Iress "' was not «liain(tiul riii;:s. ow sit in fluster, the time ol Cliarlos the First, when a little 

ubevetl ti> the letter ; a Uri;e number of otlitr a brilliant solitaire. I man named Kiehard (libson an<l a little 

ladies were i>resont to bi sure in eveninj; I The enameletl set, with rose diamonds , woman named Anne Shcppard were unit- 

iloaks in the center, inehided brooch, ear-rin;;s I ed under royal auspiecs. 



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PUBLISUKDBY TUE 



OFFICK— Al'.IOININC; TlIK ISUinUK, 

■|i>rin»:- DM LV I'linsS— By mail. *>.•>«> piT 
I'.iini'.ni, ^>r TiK- |>or ni.mtli 'mrariahhi in ai'roncf. 

rUl WKKKl.Y VKKSS— :?•. i»Tanmiin; 
1 r six moiitlii : ^i.j:. t'.>r tliro-niontli- ; liv.- loji- 

WFKKLY rKK>S— (»n>» ropy. ,.no y.:ir. *:; 
>"v.' or miirr, f. l.r"> i-;ii'li ; tin cr iiioi.'. tn xiii' :ul- 
.li-i--*s, sil.i''">'acli : t\M--.!tr or niori'.toout" aiMri-ss. 



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costTune. but iMute as m;inv wore 

and hats, the hats beiiij; generallv white, and sleeve buttons, the eoral and emerald 

ami the cloaks lif,'ht. jiav, oi)erati«'. and brooch and ear-nnj,'s\ These an* all o( 

ornamental. A lew wer ? present in or- [ the latest and njost ex<imsile patterns, 

diuarv walking dress, b tt all wore light | ami the finest workmanship 

or wlliic ki.l L'loves. Ih ring the interval 



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AVt'il- 



.nikrriotfe of CJen. Tom TIjuimU uuU 

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from 
in the 



The New York papers oi Wednesday, 

<!t\ote a larire portion ol their spa«e to 
x\.K' wedding of Tom Thumb and Mi?s 
^^■;^rrou. the preceding day. We copy 

s;:r'; portions as we have room fur 
iIk' tlescrlptiou it t!:e ceremoiiKS 

Mi>s r \\ iM V \% ai:i:kx. 
■>.Iiss I.aviria Warren is a lim-.-xl descen- 
«l.iiu et' till' Warrens *>i revolutionary 
1.;. ii!i'iv. She was born in Miildleboro", 
llvmo'ith iiunity. Ma>s., Oct. ;">1. l''!-. 
nnd is tlirrelv re now twenty-one yi-ars ol 
a-e. lit:- |m:>!)!- are of tlic onliiiarv 

i I no ri'.-pi'ct 

»:iil station. Slie has also three sister 
Iwo ot wtioni are of the u>ual si/e, and 
Xiarried, w'lilethe youngest one. younger 
lav several years tlian Mi>s Lavinia. is 
J.vo inches s!i>rtcr. 

I'litil l.av'.uia was a year old she was of 
1 he Usual M/' : tioin that time ->-iie in- 
A-reased in stature slowly, and ceased 
g;rowlrig eniirvly when sin- was ten years 
«'f a-e. .'Miss La\iiia Warren is thirty- 
two inches liigli. She continue.', to aitcud 
school reiTM! '.rly. however, and iiumd no 
dirii(ii,r\ ii, 1. ■Jpliig r.p wiili other girls of 
her age. At Louie >lie was taught to sew. 
knit. eook. and do all kiiui.s of house 

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anil she li.is lour brotliers who tlitler 
lioia olliers of their age 



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1% l.iT nu't!.! r. u !io declares her 

- and .!oi:giiUuis unvtiualcd, so that 

-e respects the little general will 

wi :ih a duiiea l"illh avenue 



before the arrival of the !>ridal party 
*>rganist. Mr. (Jeorge W. 'Morgan. 
Ibrmed the selection ofn usie: 

Overture lo William Tell. 

Overture to Obero. 

(J rand March of Tannliauser. 

."Select ion from Meyerbeer. 

I'.xtemporaneous N'ohi itary. 

This, together with tin interest in look- 
ing at each other's dr ses. gave tpiite 

sulhcient entertainment ;ind occupation to 
the l.ulies. while the gentlemen amused 
themselves by watihiii'. the light as it 
tell from the illuminateu windows upon 
tair cheeks, and lit up vith new beauty, 
brii;ht eyes and sunny hair. 

lint lurk .' there is low munnur toward 
the door, the sma'l bridt has undoiibted- 
Iv touched with her sbppered teet the 
l*russ«'ls carpet which lined the pathway 
from her earriage.^atul may be looked for 
c\ery instant. X hush of expi-etancy 
sat u{Km every brow, aid then all eyes 
turned to the aisle up w lich tlu' little <•<</■- 
it'iif was now coming. The four little 
peojile were jire<'edeil b ■• snine relativ«'s 
and intimate friends, who were disposeil 
ol in reserved pews, and then the bride- 
i;room ami bride, lollo^*•ed by Commo- 
liore Nutt and Miss Minnie Warren, as- 
cended si.\ small steps covered with I'ms- 
sels carpet to a little i-l itform which had 
been erected for the jui pose of enabling 
evi rv one pres»-nt to see them distinctly, 
and took tlieir plact s readily and 
wlthiiut embarras'sment. Ivi-v. Dr. W il- 
lev. of r.ridge'port. t't.. performeil the 
marriage ceremony, assisted by the Ilev. 
l)r. Tavlor. of (Iracc Church. The 
lieautifui ritual, always impressive, was 
rendered doubly so on this occasion by 
the clear tone^ ot the re -f)ondents ; every 
word littered was fieard distinctly 
throughout the t'hureh The voice ol 
the bride trembled a lit le at first, but it 
became lirm and mu>icai as it proceeded : 
anil everybody present agreed that they 
never bchehl a more stately or self pos- 
sessed little lade. 



A eharming little watch of green enam 
el, set with diamonds, with delicate lilth- 
chain and kev, was from the firm ol liall 
& lilack. 

A gold necklace with jiendant, and a 
costly set of charms, were presented by 
August Helmont. Ksij. 

Daintiest among the gilts lay a small 
set of silvery-tinted ermine, cajie, mull' 
and culls, lined with beautilully quilt- 
ed white satin, antl finished with rich 
white cords and tassels. This was from 
the ohi and well-known firm of C. (iod- 
Irey, (lunther »!c Co., who presented a 
jtreeiscly similar set to Aliss Nlinnie, the 
bride's sister. 

Mr. r»arnum"s gill was of course ar;/rj- 
ogittj. It is a Tery singular and costly 
piece of mechanism, having the a[»pear- 
anee ol an elegant casket, out of which 
springs a little singing bird, covered witli 
brilliant natural pluinag«'. His stnig is 
as sweet as a lark's, or as anv Christmas 



THE »CC-0:VI> BATLE OF FORT 
UOXE&AOX. 



Ciwllant 



n«>feii««i l»x 
Troop*. 



th« Federal 



Krom th<»*('hieaj'o Tribune. 

The rebels appeareil in the vieiuity of 
the Fort about one o'clock in the allcr- 
iioon of the 3d inst. That is Col. Hard- 
ing heard n-ports that they were near at 
land. He immediately telegraphed Col. 
Lowe. 'I'hat ollieer sent back an order 
lor Col. Harding to send out scouts and 
learn the e.\aet force and intentions of 
the i-nemy. This was done. He tele- 
graphed the facts learned to Col. Lowe, 
and asked for re-inloreements. Colonel 
Low«' at that time had ne.irly all his avail- 
able force out on seoutuig e.xpetlitions, 
and i-ouhl not send any aid. Hut he 
le:iri!eil Iroin I'aducah that the gunboats 
were coming, ami sent a dispat<-h stating 
the condition of the garrison at Fort Don- 



elson. He then telegraphed to the corn- 
carol, and he turns his head ami hops ' mandant, ('ol. Harding, to hold the place 
with exceeding grace, like a bird who had at all hazards until dark, by which time 
all his lili- been accustomeil to pidite so- ' helf could arrive. The Colonel promised 
cietv. Mr I>arnuiii bought this little ; to tlo as ordered. Ami how well he jter- 
/»//«»/ long ago in London, when visiting formed that which he promised, the result 
Kiiiiland with Ceiural Tom Thumb, ami will show. 



have a wil*. 
be'lrs. 

ILr personal appearance is ver}' pre- 
possessing. Abundant ilark hair ii braitl- 
id back Irom lur lace i:i very becoming 
stvk: her smile is sweet and expres.-ive. 
aiid a pair of bright dark e.\es light uji her 
whole countenani-e. especially in conver- 
sation. Her eonipiixion is good, her 
forehead r.ulii^r broail tlian high, and her 
tJi: ire. hand. :::vl toot, in .>hape such ai 
:u ■> V raaii uii-ht be [iroud ol. She has 
a 1 . ;..v L' i|uickm ssof comprclKnsion and 
expression, whii h makes her good rt re- 
parti I', and sJie lias a leuieiiinc admiration 
and love fur eleganii. > of every iieserip- 
tion which will enable her reatlily to adapt 
liersell to her new sphere. 

( II \UI : ' .-. .-r'.LVTTON. 

Tom Thumb, whose real name is Charles 
S. Stratton. v.as born at Hridgeport, Con- 
necticut, January Ith. Ix3"<. His height 
is ;:.l inches, au I weight "-"J pounds. Of 
Toui riuiuiu we are lold : 

\X his birth he weiglud nine pounds 
and a half — so that he bid lair to become 
a bouncing boy. He grew ?teadily until 
he attained the .ige of eighteen montiis, 
will n nat;:-- put a veto on hh upward 
pro_M'es<. and ordered him lorever after- 
waid to riiuain in statu </'/(•. When iie 
was two vcars old ni'rsotis taneied that l.e 
had not grown ::u inch lijr some time; 
measures v.. :e ri'sorted to for the pur- 
pose of ;:sceri.iiniiig liii station.iry con- 
ilitioti ; but although in ccertf otiicr re- 
spect he improved with rapidity, not a 
hair's bre.;l;!i v.as a^l led to his stature. 
That he '■ - : . lunger — no shorter — no 
Leaviir. but uiuch handsomer, was ac- 
credited lu hhu by every one. llis ap- 
petite iuena-id, he never complained of 
sickness, but ]>artook freely of the ordi- 
nary food, enjoyed refreshing sleep, and 
has always exliibite I perfect health, whh 
tlie exeeptioii ot tiiose shglit (olds to 
whieh tiie most roliusi are liable. His 
parents have had other children, who are 
of the ordinary sizi'. In liict, there is 
nothing in Lis history or apjiearancc, or 
in that ot his huiiily, which iurnishes the 
slightest ebie tu the astonishing jihenom- 
ena which are pre.-ented by his miniature 
leaiures and frame. His lieight is thirty- 
one inches and liIs v.ei^^ht twenty-nine 
pounds. He is well proportioned, his 
head handsomely and naturally develoj)ed. 
apd the size of his hands and feet is in 
proper projiortion to that of his body. He 
has a fair complexion, light hair, rosy 
cheeks, dark eyes and expressive face, 
and wears a pretty little moustache. 

Tilt: tJttuvn. 
The pavemetits about (Irace Church 
and the Metrojiolitan Hotel began to tee! 
the tread of an unusual imillitude as (^ar'y 
as hall-past nine in the morning. Long 
before noon they were populous with 
uensely-jiack+'d thousands. Kvery thor- 
oughtare leading to tliat part of Broail- 
way where the carriage would pass was 
thronired tuiiuiltuou.-l\", and even tliewin- 
dows along the route framed hosts of 
eager faies. Seats piled amphitheatri- 
cally Avithin the windows of Stewart's 
were crammed with leiiiale gazers. From 
lh<' panes of buildings opposite, from 
gal>les' cornices, fences, trees, sidewalks, 
and the middle paveiiieiits ; from the win- 
dows of omnibuses, carriages, and the 
backs of frightened horses, a hydra host 
looked southv.ard. with handkerchiefs in 
hand and a great cheer readv on it.< 



tongue. 



.\T Tilt: .MrTKPOt.lTAN. 

TliP spectators who lined the int(>rior 
of the hotel near the staircase down which 
the party trotted on their way to the car- 
riage, ainuseil themsilves ixiiding ihat 
event with remarks of variable signill- 
eance. liarnum, whose jmiriievs up and 
down stairs were maniibld, was aflection- 
ately p.ittcd on tiie back and called "a 
trump" by an iniiividual slightly in liipior. 
This gentleman's fondness for modest 
quenchers was still birther manii'este<l in 
the smothered bened.iition of •* Hallelu- 
jah, you little cuss :" when Tom and his 
bride, and Commodore Xutt and the 
bride's sister, were at last discovered 
The rush forward had overwhtdmed a 
more timid little (piartette with dismav. 
A hundred (lullivers bent over the Lilli- 
putians as they tripped along the passage 
toward the door, some with expressions 
of endearment lor the wonderful little 
sisters that sit a lew stifled sparks glitter- 
ing in the e} eballs of tlieir eha[)erons. 
"Take care of her, Tom I'' said the cheery 
voice of an old gentleman. "I>ook out 
for the Commodore, he has got his eye 
on Jklinnie !" was the mischievous whisper 
of a small boy in the ante-room. 

THE BRIDAL. 

The hour announced for the ceremony 



AVKDiitsr. I'os rrMKS. 
The bride's dress was very costly, but 
quiet, and in the best ) ossible taste. It 
consisted oi thick, rich ^vhite satin, orn.a- 
iiu nted with one deep I ounce of superb 
point ojipliqne. The luir was arranged 
in front in double rolls, and braided at 
the back so .is to form the out-spre.ad 
wings of a butterlly ; the jioint lace bri- 
dal Veil was tastefully » ntwined in elabo- 
rate bandeaux, and was surmounted in 
front by a diamond stai , over whii-h was 
a hall wreJth ol natural orange blossoms, 
■flic bouquet de corsage was of natural 
llowers ill star design, as was also the 
bouquet. The corsage was low, deep 
jiointed, both at the back and in front, 
and the sleeves shon , disjilaying the 
bcautiliil neck and r )unded arms to 
great advantage. Silk cords, laced aX 
the back, constituted ilie fastenings in- 
stead of the ordinary hooks and eyes. 
The dicoration was narrow point np- 
j'liijur, put on as a pointed berthe, the 
design matching that of the llounce upon 
the skirt. The slipni rs were ol white 
satin, with rosettes, in the new style, ol 
very narrow blonde, in which were set 
t!ie tiniest of white ros» buds. The dt li- 
cate little gloves were i rimmed with point 
lace and small rosettes of cut silk, and 
the nuiucfioir was forim d of a minute cen- 
ter of cambric, edged with a tine mist of 
lace. 

The bride wore her di.iinonds, whiehat- 
traeted much attention. The brooch <'on- 
sisted of a cluster in form of a star. The 
ear-rings are solitaires with pear shaped 
penlants. The veil wa < fastened with two 
diamond hair pins, with three pemlants to 
«ach. The bracelets correspond with the 
brooch, and are ot star design. The 
necklace is sujierb, forming leaves of dia- 
monds, each iliamond ,ind accompanying 
pendant resembling sji irkhng dew-drops. 
The little Lady is not altogether uncon- 
scious of her diminutiv e attractions, and 
when seleeting her bridal attire, rejected 
with considerable pron ptness, one hand- 
kerchief which was giv m her for inspec- 
tion, because, she said, her hand would 
be '•lost" in it. 

The general was dressed with taste, 
equal to that of his bride. His dress coat 
.and pantaloons were t f the finest black 
doth, the vest of white silk, richly em- 
broidered, .and the neck-tie of black silk, 
embroidi-red on the ends. A single dia- 
mond in his shirt, and on his finger, im- 
maculate white gloves, a section of fine 
cambric, and a pair of diminutive patent 
leather boots completed his outlit, with 
the exception of — we h id almost forgotten 
his hat — anil that would have been a 
shame, for it was the flossiest little tile, 
a mir.acle for size, ami a gem lor beauty. 
The bridesmaid wori a white silk slip, 
with an illusion over-dress, pull'ed andor- 
namented with small pink moss rosebuds 
in their leaves. The t orsage and sleeves 
were trimmed to mat eh, and her short 
hair, curled, and parted on one side in 
jaunty style, was encircled also by a 
wreath of the same pretty llowers, whieh 
were from the atelier offline. Tilinan, in 
Ninth street, and wer- much admired for 
their n.aturalness and tlie taste of their ar- 
rangement. The slippers were of white 
satin, wiih pink buds instead of white ; 
hi'r gloves ami handkerchief like those ot 
the bride, and she al o wore diamonds, 
but of a jdainer pattern, and consisting 
only of necklace. bro>ch, and ear-rings, 

AT THK MKTl: >l-UUT.VN. 

Immediately after the ceremony the 
party returned to the Metropolitan Hotel, 
where admirable arra igements had been 
made for the recept on. Four parlors 
were thrown open on the second floor, in 
in the Largest one of which the (ieneral 
and his lady. Commodore Nutt, and Miss 
Minnie Warren received the guests, 
standing on a carpeted platform which ex- 
tended down the side of the room. Visit- 
ors entered at one doi r, shook hands with 
the bride and bridegn om, and were then 
passed thnnigh and < lit into the parlors 
beyond, where the bridal presents were 
displayed. Following the same order, 
they proceeded along in a line by a large 
glass case, whieh cont.iincfl all the smaller 
articles, and then, ha\ ing arrived at their 
end of the show, broke into groups or 
took their way back ugain, each lady re- 
ceiving an I'legant litlc bo.\ of cake as 
she passed to the dooi . 

The reception was nnnourced from one 
until three o'clock, but it was dark before 
the hand-shaking was over. 

IIUIDAL rilE.SEXTS. 

those of the 
eserve the first 
place. They consisted of three uiagniG- 
cent sets of jewels— ttie first, diamonds; 
the second, blue enamel, set with rare 
diamonds ; the third, i coral and emerald 
set. The diamonds ncluded a cluster, 
brooch, ear-rings, and necklace, with 



feels |)articularly happy at being able to 
present it to his wile. 

One of the presents at which the little 
Lilly hersell expresseil the most pleasure, 
was a minialure sewing m.achine, made of 
roscwooil. ami ornameiiled with silver in- 
laid, and pearls. It wcs from Wheeler 
«fc Wilson. 

An eh'gaiit tea service of silver was 
presented by Mrs. .lames (Jordon lien- 
nett. 

A small billiard table was presented 
by rhelaii it CollemUr, with balls, cues, 
aiid rack to match. The dimensions of 
this table are oxti. ami is perfect in every 
particular, bei.ig elaborately carved with 
inlaid ivorv. diamond shapid. 

A miniature silver horse ami chariot 
was trom Tilfany »S»: Co. The vihiele is 
ornamented with rubies ; the eyes ol the 
charger being gariut. The whole is in 
the finest style of filagree work, and is a 
model of beauty and art. 

A jrreat attraction was of course the 



^ In the list of presents 
General to his bridi- des 



wedding-cake. It was about three feet 
high, and represented an Kgyptian Tem- 
ple ol Fanu'. The pillars were of heavy 
frosted sugar, with angels blowing trum- 
pets on each column. In the centre ol" the 
temple was a f'ac siittilc ol' the wedding 
ceremony, the features and tlrcss of the 
partv being preserved with womhrhd ac- 
curacy. This cake was a very line piece 
of workmanship, wei-jhing eighty pounds, 
and won much admiration. 

Mrs. C. 11. Phelps presented a set of 
silver salt cellars and sjioons, lined with 
gold, and ^Irs. Qtuicki nboss a set ol eof- 
lee spoons. 

A complete set of magnificent pearls 
shouhl not be forgotten, presenteil by 
Mrs. Commodore Vanderbilt. nor a rich 
i-arved walnut and gilt small chair, from 
tiiistave Heter. There were other small 
articles, and, seatt.-red all the way 
through, bouquets of the rarest llowers, 
but the list we have given comprises the 
most prominent of the gifts. 

FUTVRK MOVEMK.XTS. 

Mr. an Mrs. Stratton leave town on 
Thursdav for Washington. Thence thev 
proceed to Connectii-nt to visit relatives, 
stopping at lJridgc|)ort, where lliev will 
"ive a ur.ind recei>t Ion from the resiileni-e 
of the bridegroom. A very beaiitilul 
ndie has been furnished by Madame De- 
niorest, the distinguished mothste, for re- 
ception purposes, which we will describe 
lor the gratification of hidy readers, and 
in order to make this taithfnl chronicle as 
complete as pos^ible. 

The design was made by !Ma«lame De- 
niorest herself, and its execution is a mod- 
el of neat and artistic workmanship. 

It consisted of heavy lustrous tafTetas 
of a pale tint of mal/.e changing lo white 
and jirodueing a deliciously soft creamy 
hue, to which we can compare nothing 
but a New England housekeipei's golden 
pumpkin already beaten, ml.xed, and ready 
to pour into the earthen receptacle. The 
The skirt w.as tut so as to limn a train, 
and was orn.amente<l with a j^atteni upon 
each breadth representing a dilferent na- 
tionality. Together these formed a stri- 
king border connected at each seam by 
white maruhout, feathers, lace, and loops 
ofjiearls. In front the design is a repre- 
sentation of Indian corn, in which Ameri- 
can nationality is recognized. England 
is remembered by a rose on the right side, 
and France by a laurel wreath on the left. 
An acorn in the mid.<t of oak leaves is a 
poetical memento of Germany, a sprig of 
shamrock of Ireland, a thistle of Scotland, 
and a cluster of grapes speak of Italy. 

The designs are traced in a narrow fold 
of white satin, which gives them an ap- 
pearance of relief, and are tastefully edged 
with narrow point apfiliijiie, where such 
artistic embellishment is necessary to their 
complete rejiresentation. The left side 
of the skirt is looped up nearly to the 
waist. In regal style, over a petticoat of 
white fflare silk, covered with fine puff- 
ings of tulle. The low corsage displays 
the tiniest folds of white satin, edged with 
point appliipte, defining a little j.acket 
roundeil off from the stomacher of silk 
with tulle piiflings .and pearls. 

Mme. Demorest also furnished, to be 
worn with this dress, an elegant little 
gored hoop of sixty springs, covered with 
white silk, and an exquisite corset of 
white satin, beautifully stitched and em- 
broidered. 

GOING TO KUROI'E. 

It is understood that the general and 
his wife will shortly leave for p]urope. 
She has a great desire to see all the 
treasures of art and taste whieh the old 
world can allord, and the general's for- 
tune being ample he can afford to gratify 
her fancies in this respect. They will 
have besides an unusual opportunity for 
being admitted to the society of the most 
distinguished persons. (Jeneral Tom 
Thumb is already well known, and his 
wife, as Miss Lavinia Warren, received a 
special invitation to visit England from 
the Prince of Wales, seconded very em- 
phatically by the Duke of Newcastle. 

Doubtless Miss Warren, with her 
beautiful and exact though diminutive 
proportions, would have attracted atten- 
tion elsewhere, even in the capitals of 
Europe, but as the wife of (Jeneral Tom 
Thumb, who is already known, and whose 
personal peculiarities are precisely like and 
not inferior to her order, she is bound to 
create a sensation wherever she goes, far 
exceeding that excited by an ancient little 
lady in nursery rhymes, who had rings on 
her fingers and bells on her toes. Kings 
and princes will flock to sec her and do her 



THE KEBEL ATTACK. 

At •_' r. M. the rebels made tliier ap- 
pearance in great numbers, and attacked 
the fort from the eastward, thinking th.at 
the weakest or niust available point at 
which to open the combat. The Confcti- 
erate Latteries were well placed and ad- 
mirably fought. The infantry and dis- 
mounted eavaly then commenced their 
fire, ami several unsuccessful charges were 
made upon the works with the intention 
of carrying them at the point of the b.ay- 
onet. Without the fort were 7, OlHj confi- 
dent, well-armed rebels, led by success- 
lul and able olHcers. Within the em- 
bankments, sheltereil by the earthworks, 
cool, collected, fearful of the results, but 
ihtermmeil to sell their lives dearly, were 
the (><»'• Illinois boys, and Flood's" batte- 
ry. There was a scarcity of ammunition, 
and, under the orders of Col. Harding, 
the riflemen fired slowly and deliberately, 
each shot telling upon the foe. The re- 
sult was. many of the dead found outside 
the fort, when the rebels left, were shot 
«'ither in the head or breast. It was the 
fust fight ot the H.hl, ami a good fight it 
w is, and one which covers that regiment 
all over with glory. Flood's battery had 
to do service as a siege battery, or series 
of batteries, and was worked with most 
consummate skill, its shots telling with 
most fatal ell'eet upon the crowded ranks 
of the assailing force. 

THE FUJIIT 

Was continued, without great loss on 
our side, for six long hours. Col. Ilar- 
iliiig was everywhere. His soul animated 
and sustained the little band inside the 
walls. Wherever the battle was hardest, 
and the danger greatest, there was the 
leader, sword in hand, aiding, directing, 
leading, commanding, all the time as cool 
as a veteran and as determined as fixed 
fate. The rebel dead could be seen from 
the earthworks, strewn about the fort in 
gnat numbers. The wounded were car- 
ried to tl e rear, and promptly given sur- 
gical attention. 

Ibit their force was overi)owering. The 
I'ederal commander knew full well that 
the fight eouhl not much longer be contin- 
ued on his part. lie liad used nearly all 
his ammunition. Ills men were tired 
out, and the sliades of night were draw- 
ing around the scene. But it was an 
early moonlight. The heavens cleared 
up. and the b.attle raged even long after 
dlirk. 

There was but one seige gun upon the 
works capable of being worked. This 
was a uti-pouml cannon, place«l upon a 
turn-table. It was well manned, and did 
terrible execution upon the ass.iilants, 
mingling ils hoarser voice with the lesser 
ones of the brass field pieces of the bat- 
tery. Several attempts were made by 
the rebels to capture this gun. As often 
.as they made the assault were. they driven 
olT by the riflemen and by the death-deal- 
ing contents of the piece they desired to 
take. 

Night had come, but reinforc<ftnents 
had not. 

Thus far, the rebels had been unable 
to surround the fort, on its three sides 
unprotected by the river. But now, a 
wild cry arose. It was an exultant shout 
from the rebels. They had closed in, 
ami the fort was completely encircled by 
their men. 

ELAGS OK TRIXE. 

After this shout, a slight cessation of 
hostilities intervened. Presentlv, a flag 
of truce arrived from General Wheeler, 
stating that there was no use of hirther 
resistance, and it was best to surrender 
at once. Though beginning to doubt, 
somewhat, the arrival of the promised 
aid, and satisfied that, in the event of a 
failure, his part in the fight was nearly 
over. Col. Harding sent back an indig- 
nant refusal. If the rebels wanted Fort 
Donelson, they had got to take it by hard 
knocks. 

Then the battle was renewed. The 
guns were fired in quick succession. 
Rebels mounted the works. Rebels 
swarmed about the batteries. Rebels 
contested the entrance to the place, bav- 
onet to bayonet. The moon never look- 
ed smilingly and calmly down upon a 
scene more animated or more exciting. 
Rebels charged the works on horseback, 
even, so insane were they that the little 
garrison should continue to hold out 
where any sensible set of men would not 
have to think twice to conclude that they 
were already whipped. 

The single 32-pound gun at this point, 
was apparently what troubled the rebels 
most. A second flag of truce had been 
sent, its bearers demanding a surrender, 
and Col. Harding had still refused to give 
up. It was thought, if the heavy cannon 
could be silenced they would be com- 
pelled to surrender. Hence a charge was 
made, joined in by several mounted men, 
upon the piece. The cannon had been 
double-shotted with canister and grape, 
when the gunners discovered the attempt 
was to be made to capture their pet. A 
large force was moving swiftly to the 
south side of the gun, intending to flank 
it, get in its rear, cut off the gunners and 
either hold or disable the piece. One 
man mounted on a horse rode ahead of his 
comrades. At this moment there was a 
lull in the fight. The gunners withheld 
thtir fire. The assailants advanced. 

They were upon the point of seizing the 
gun, when the artiller}-men swung their 
gun upon its pivot, its dark muzzle was 
suddenly depressed, the lanyard pulled, 
and the contents poured full in the face of 



in> the fight ; you are whipped like h— 1 1 
The gun was fired. This man was litte- 
rally blown to pieces, his right hand and 
arm were broken ; he had a hole in his 
chest that a man's fist might enter ; ano- 
ther shot had entered his side, and a le" 
was broken in three places. His hors'j 
was hit forty times. When the corpse of 
the person was buried on the ensuing <lay 
he still held in his unrelenting death grasp 
part of the mane of the horse, thi- hair of 
which it had been found impossible to re- 
move fnm the hand without cutting. 

The havoc of this discharge Avas dread- 
ful. The assailing party lle<l precipitate- 
ly, and the attempt to eajiture that gun 
was not renewed. Help was near at hand. 
The gunboats were heard approaching. 

The arrival of the gunboats, and the 
part taken by them In the battle, has al- 
ready been ib-scribed in the Pr.E.ss. 
They undoubtedly saved the Fort. 

Mr. (Seorge Benz of this city has re- 
ceived a letter from a member of the 
First Minnesota Cavalry, Ciipt. Von 
Minden, in which the infonnatiou is c«>n- 
veyed that Cajit. Von Minden ami twen- 
ty-seven of his company were captureil 
the day previous to the rebel attack upon 
Fort Donelson. It appears that Captain 
Von Minden and a detachment of his men 
went out on a seoutlng expedition from 
Fort Henry, toward Fort Donelson, and 
were surprised by the rebel force which 
was at the time marching to attack the 
latter Fort. The j^rivates were paroled, 
and Captain Von Mimlen was retained a 
prisoner. This is the second time during 
the war that Captain Von IVIinden has 
been gobbled up. 



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HARDWARE and TOOLS, 

I^BATUKR BELTING, ENAMKLKI) 

CLOTHS AND LEATHKR, fcc, &C., &C. 

All of whlcli they aru now offering at prices to 
suit the times. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. 
49>Ca8h paid for Hides and Furt..^4r 
)an1K-dlv 



DKAT.KIl IN 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

C-i'Will also locate Land Warrants and sel 
r.eal Estate on Comiuission. ' jauK-d&wly 



LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 

Pitblinhed onc.ea wed; cither in Duilii or We< i.hj. 

First insertion 75 Cents piT .--'iuare. 

Eaclisubsequenl insertion. :;7^'i •' '• 

Legal Advertisements ])ul)lishedat the eypensa 
of the .Vttorneys orderiii/;, and uct da,a\-»t^e lor 
ilie icj^al proceedings, but collectable !E savance, 
or on delivery of atliilavil. I'ulilisiicin t.ct ac- 
countable for thi'aciuracy of legal advertisements 
beyond llir amount charged for their publication. 

Advertisements published in both Ihe Daii\ ami 
N\ eeklv will be charj/ed the full Daily ratea uilU 
jue half the Weekly rates added. 

Business Notices, published in the Kiiitori:'.l 
columns, of ten lines or under, will bo charged, 
for each insertion, one dollar; if over ten liuea, 
ten cents per line. 

Advertisements leaded and placed under the 
Head of SiM'ciai Notices, if ten haej or oNer, will 
be charged the usualrates and one-lialfadditioiiai; 
if under that amount, liftyceuls lor each insertion. 

Yearly advertisers to jiay quarterly. 

Advertisements, for a "less tiiue IhaH tliree 
mouths, to be paid in advance. 

ADVEFITISING JN WEEKLY. 

One Square, one insertion $ 75 

" tw» insertions 1 iiO 

" four " M 00 

for each subsequent insertion, aiidforeach 

additional square 37>i' 



JB9-JOSKPII l>. Cannky, at Minneapolis, and 
VVet.moki; O'Bi'.ikx, at St. Anthony, will act va 
Agents in circulating the D.viLY I'lu.ss iu their 
respective towns. 



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BERT P . LEWIS 



ATTORNEY AND COUXSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, ]VIinnesota, 

Offlceon Third-st., Roger's JSloel;nearthe Bridge, 
Also Branch Aokxtof 

"THE ^'ATIONAL CLADI AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey 
Collins fc Brace. 

Claims presented and prosecuted before Con- 
gri'ss, Ceurt of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington City. Special attention paid to secu- 
ring S«il<iier's Pensions, Bounti<'S, Back Pay, &c. 

»•" Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the olTice, without charge. 

o.Vd tw.twlv 



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T A Jl P S AND OIL. 

A new and complete stock of 

And the best brands cf 

OIL. 

For sale at PRICES TU SUIT THE TIMES. 
S. K. PUTNAM, 
sW Comer of Third and Market streets. 



jyj A R V I 
OROCKER-Y 




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law of natural attraction, always run al 
ter whatever is little, and such a pair of 
small wonders as Tom Thumb and his 



homage. The great of the earth, by a -the rebels. The man on horseback had 



stopped, was leaning forward on hia ani- 
mal's neck, graspingthe mane in one hand. 
He shouted to the Federals, "Now give 



ICIIIGAN CENTRAL RAIL- 
ROAD. 

Gvcat Contrjil Route 



To New York, Now England and the 

Canadas. 

On and after SUNDAY, Nov. -iX IST.?, trains will 
leave the Great Outral Union Depot, foot of Lake 
street as follows : 

0.30 a, m.— Day Express (Except Sundays) 
arrives at Detroit at 5.05 v. it., 
Suspension Bridge at '-'•J5A. y\., 
Albany, •i.'.M v, M., New York, 
s.:>0 !■ . M., Boston, 11 .10 f. SI. 

0.4S p. m. — Night Express (Except Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit at r>.45 A. M., 
Suspension Bridge, 4.5<1 p. .M., AI- 
banv, t)..30 A. .M., New York, 11.15 
A. .M., Boston, .1.20 I'. M. 

Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Railroad, leave 
Chicago at 0..'M a. .m.. Mail Train; ii.45 r. m. Fast 
Express. Arrive in Chicago at lO.O.i .v. .M., Fast 
Express, and 10.15 i>. m. Night Mail Train. 

The fi.45 1". M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or baggage. 

RUTTANS PATENT VENTILATORS 

On Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Patent sleeping Cars on Night Trains. 

SMuggakg*' Checked Througrli. 

49r Through tickets for sale in all Principal 
Railroad Offices in the West, at the General OlBce, 
corner Ijkkc and Dearborn streets, (under the 
Tremont House,) Chicago, and at the Depot. 

R. N. KICK, (jeneral Su|>erinteiident. 
J. W. SMITH, Western I'assenger Agent. Jan."? 

■pURS. FURS. F U R S . 

C. J. KOVITZ, 
MAJiUFACTURER OF FIXE FURS, OF 

ALL DESCRIPTIONS .VND EVERT STTLK, 

THIRD ST., Concert Uall Block, Saint Pacl 



c o ]m: B s 

Has removed his BOOKSTORE to the 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

Tliird-St., St. Paul, 
And is now in receipt of a choice lot of the latest 
Works, Slagazines, &c., and a splendid lot oi 
Stationery. jan2"J 



JXIST RECEIVED AND 



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''O LET WITH BOARD. 



Two or three very pleasant rooms in a delight- 
ful location combining both city and country, 
with i)leiity of stable room. Address 

janl.i-tf A, B., at this office. 



1,000 LOOKING GLASSES AND MIKUORS. 



OIX.— XHE VEIiY BKS T. 

1,500 GALLONS AT Fi'.OSI THIKTV TO FOKTr 
CENTS A GALLON. 



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S E P II LEWIS 



Real Estate Agent, Notary Public and Convey- 
encer, (Commissioner of Deeds for the States ol 
New (York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio, 
and Vermont. Collections made— Taxes paid 
for non residents. House rented. 

Office Third Street. Irvine's Block. 

■Reference. Hon. Aj.kx. Ramsky. |v10-d1y 



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TAGE FOR SIIAKOPEE, 



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LOUR, 

At Wholesale and Retail. 

Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT THE 

Oa,iinon Falls 3i:ills5 

SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS 3IARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR WAREHOUSE 

OF 

C ME. BROOMCE, 

Third-st., between Jackson and Robcrt-sts. 
JaD.31-ly 



Xy-ATER-PROOF VIENNA AND 
STRELLA MATCHES. 

These Matches arc made without sulphur, and 
being free from disageeabh' odor, and not only 
very disirable but almost indispensable for use in 
the parlor and sle.-ping chamber Thev are put 
up in fanjy colored boxes and small packatres for 
family use, and are also carefully packed in cases 
for transportation. For sale wholesale and re- 
UU by JAMES R. DEY, 

No. CO Cortland-st., New York. 

P. S. — Country merchants will do well to call 
and examine our stock. febl2-2m 

T3EYN0LDS & McCARGAR, 

"WTiolesale G-rocers 

AXD 

Oommisslon IMCeircIiants, 



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UPPER LEVEE, 



SAINT Padl. 



Belle Plaine, Henderson, Le Sueur, St. Peter and 
Mankato, will leave at t> o'clock A. M. 

dec'-'-tf J. C. BURBANK & CO 



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B.VNKING OKKICr, OF THOMPSON BllOS., ) 

ST. J'ACL, Dec. 1, l«fi2. i 

We beg leave to announce to our friends and 
the public generallvthafMr.CHAULES SCHEF- 
FER, of the late tirm of Darling k. Schefler, of 
Stillwater, Miiineiota, becomes associated with 
us in the Banking Business from this date. Out 
tirm name r<>mains unchanged. The business at 
Stillwater will be continued under the firm name 
of Sched'er & Thompson's. 
novW-tf THOMPSON BROTHER.S. 



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SALE 



Mien's Buck 



MOCCASINS 
Men's Oil Tan Moccasins, 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

&C., &€., 



janr-tf 



&c. 



im. jr. S9iiTB[ &. CO. 



A 



VALUABLE WATER POWER 



AND FLOURING MILL FOR SALE. 

Owing to the illness of one of the partners we 
have concluded to offer for sale our Mill and Wa- 
ter Power, situated in the city of Hastings, on 
the Vermillion River Falls. It is the best power 
in the State. Our Brand of Flour stands high in 
Chicago and Boston. Capacity of Mill, !X> barrels 
p' r day. 

jan.','--'m* T. O. & C. G. HARRISON. 



A TTENTION BUILDERS ! ! 

Proposals will be received until the tenth day ol 
February next, for the erection of a Block of 
Stores, to be of stone, in accoidancc with plans 
and speciiieations to be seen at our place of busi- 
ness. 

We invite the suomission of bids, reserving the 
right to reject any or all, at our option. 

janiia-td COOLEY. CARVER * CO. 

The time for receiving proposals for the above 
work is extended to Saanrdav ae^ 

ftbf.!-,tt COQfcEY\ CARVEH-t!^. 

TTORN, LUNI)&GALU7iiH4. 

ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

(Successors to Horn & Galusba and Sanlwrn k 
Lund) 

Saint Paul, Minnesota, 
Practice in all the Courts of the State, and in the 
Courts of the United SUtes, at Law, in Chancery 
and in Admiralty. 

Colleaions carefully and promptly attended to 

mba»:ly 



sow IN STOKK, A FULL STOCK OF 

CHINA, CROCKERY & GLASS W » »^E 

AT WHOLESALE A.NU RET.ML 

AT PRICES ilUCH REDUCE 



JUST RECEIVED, A LAKOE STOCK O? 

Table &; Poolcet Cutlerj-. 

The merchants who purchase iu St. Pau will tlud 
these goods very desirable, and at 

VERY L O V*" I£ A. T K S . 



JUST RECEIVF.D, 

AFINEASSORTMENTOF 
Silver Pliited 

BRITANNIA A\^ARE. 

nousEKEErmo goods, lamps, &c., &c. 

WHOLKL-SAL ANO RETAIL. 



R. :aLVRVrN, third Street. 



jell 



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EAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 



A NE.VT COTTAGE in the vicinity of Chi 
Justice Emmett's residence. 

ONF: lot 50 by 150 feet, near the Capitol. 

TEX ACRES a idiort distance from St. Paul. 

A FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE within a few 
minutes walk of the International Hot4-l. 
UENKY .McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 
St. Paul, Feb. 4th, 18C3. feb5-lmdS,w" 

DAVENPORT HAS JUST RE- 
CEIVED a line lot of New Books. Among 
them arc — 

Wilkie Collins' celebrated New Work, No 
Name. Price, in paper, $1.-5; cloth, %\.M. 
Mistress and 3Iaid, by 3Iiss Muloch ; price &0c. 

Anna Floyd, by the author of Lady AuJley's 
Secret, &c., '&c.; priw :i.jc. 

The War Powers of the President ; price flOc. 

SomelK>dy'8 Luggage, by Charles Dickeus; 
price liOc. 

Also a fine lot of 

MILITARY BOOKS, 

Constantly on hand. 
New York and Chicago Papers received daily 

Also, just received, all the 

FEBRUARY ?HJVa-AZI>rE3. 

CALL AT DAVENPORT'S. 

HE'A COT 'E.TI. jan.^1 



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A R Jkl W A N T E D 



In exchange for desirable Real Estate in Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, valued at $^.',500. Any one luivlng 

A. FcLi*in iu Afiunesoln, 

more or less improved, which thev would like to 
exchange for such property, can near of a tirst- 
rate chance by enquiring at the Press Office, or 
addiCMing same tlirough the mail. jan2»-tf 



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luruK iiorua. 
t>ii wc.'k <^^y* Irom : o'clock A. M. to 7 '. o'clock 

*Mu siuu.Uivw, irom l;i o'clock M. to 1 o'clock 
r. 11. 

^VIMT.U AKKANUKMF.XT. 

ARUIVVl. AM' UtrAUrVKK OK MAILS. 

For I irn..---K..ist.TU Mail— Loavi-n dsuly.ex- 

Vor Miiiuoai.oli.>-l''avo» lUily. except Sunday, 

*' \,^w ~ .l.ih -.-Kcrpt 5un.lay. at 4 i'-.»«- 

K.rM :'w.t r-luv.M .tally, oxc^pt Sunday, at 

'^ '\VrVv.., ,1 ;iv ..xoM.t Suu.lav.at.-. p. M. 

f" Vlat-u-l.-a J, JaUy. i-xci.t ^und»y, at 

* ArrW-s .huly. -xc'i.t •'*'";'''*'■• "!..\'"\^- a-,, -t 
K.rMuuUl«>-K-av,-i Ja.I) , »x-''pt Suuvlay.ai 

^" vV '' ,.s ,1 ,lv . xo'T.t Sun.Uy, at about l'-' M. 
K,r .Noni;.u-ia-i.-av.., d;uly. oxcpt Sunday. 

**' v'rrlvT.; .lailv .>xo.',.t Sunday, at aljont 7 p. m. 
■^Vr SuurU '\it v-llavt.* Monday. Wodu«*day, 

"^r^K;';:-lu:ld.V.'Ihursa.y. and Saturday, at 
•Vor ['am^' u VulU-K-... ru.-..Uy. at 7 A. M. 

i-.-rt arv. r-Uav-.' Tluirs.lay. at . A. M. 

^:r;-:;.^^;;:-i:f;.r^^turday..t.r.M. 
^:^iru.::'^'i:^i<^'>'^viocuA.M.c.o.eat 

' Alluih-r* elo... ka;f un hour Wforo tl^t^me of 

,!>".■ rt ill!.', .xci.t i::i*'.TU wl.u-li c!..,.-.- at •• 1 . M. 

i ..;.«.' u,K.u all transi.-ut prinU-d mater. 

...^li uui.i>-in.-iiC. i^noNV re.juir.-d to U- tully 
p^alal t u.n as:.r... l-^t.^.-^un^p.. ex^v^;^ 
111 i-i-.^ v« li.re I'l. VK«\ in.-ut ou Utt.T*, Sc, lo lor 
;?;,; :;n.mr J. U olaionul aud tlu- sender* do uot 

wUeU.er dom.-tic or to tV.r.i^n ^'"""'^^'i;, '.'"'! 
therefore a.-ertain at li.e "'^Vv v V ! Vtt ■» 

exact po-laj:.. in each jni.e ^"•\-'';^>, ':'" , J?. 'Viw 
|.o--*taa ■ «t;.nip-' i>t sulBoiont vuluo to prejiaj tii« 
full poitajje th.T...n. 



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« HAS. NICHOLS. I'oitniast.-r. 

>.'!• 1.1, IXVJ. 



iiuvdiviuc. 



lItO:X and HTEKL. 



J © H N T U O R W A R T II , 
MANUFACTURER. 

TIllUD STKEK r, BKT. ItOI'.KUT 4 JACKSON, 
br. rALi., Mlniexou, 

Keep* conutanUy on hand a nd make* to order 

BOOTS JLNT> 8HOKS, 

Whicli are warranted to do a ' Rood itervice. and 
of as gooA ityle and worknjanskip a* It niadx to 
order. 

STEEL SHANKS ¥0\l hEWED BOOTS, 

The ilrst introdnoed In thU cltjr. will be put In 
wh.'ii ordered. I'lii* make* t w lx>ot Jtrouijer and 
more durable, and i» lighter » od tit« neater. 

KKl'AlKlNGdoneontb* *horti»t notice, and 
in a good and neat »tyle. 

J(»HN TUORWAKTH. 

St. YwaX. noo. 7. 1> tf Ij |W-^ 

/S W. WOOL LEY. 

*LOWEK LEVEE, SAINT I'AUL, 
yORWAR DIN& 

ANU 

OominlsiHiou Mieroliuiit, 

0KALKR IN GR>CKRIE8 

GltAlN, r .)VIS10NS, LIME. AC, fcC, *C. 

.VM) 

AOKNT roi; TH« 
rEXNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contract* for transportatit n between St. Van! 
Bo!.ton, Now England, Moiureal, New ^ ork and 
all points Kji.n, made upon tiie lowest and mo:*! 
favorable terraj. ™..»/^, . t-v 

Mark package*, "C. W. WOilLLE-V , 

oX* It A I 1<| 
Unl-dlT *'<"• 

mOl X DKPKEDA FIONS. 
Indemnity can. be had. 

Strp^ are being taken bv t!io tJovomnient to a«- 
c-rtain who have -utTered I >** in pr.>iHTty. iin.l 
Id.- extent of such loss, by he late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of atljusting the sam.'. 
riie undersijruod have all th» necessary forms, and 
are possessed of suiM-rior ailvantages for having 
the^e claims allowed and g. ttled in the shortest 
pos^ible time, and will givs »p<-cial attention to 
sucli as are placed in their h inds. 

SMITH * UluMAN, Att raoya. 

St. Paul, Sept. •J4.1S&:. 



THE SAINT PAUL PRESS TUESD AY, F E BRUARY IT, 1863. 



MILITARY HORHE ECIUII^^^^EIVTH, 

SLElGli BELLS AND SKATES, 
HOUSE BLANKETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

JS. Largo Lot just Opened by 

C . P 11 O A L , 

MOFFITS CASTLE. COR. FOURTH AND JACKSON-STS 

January U, Isiia.— ly. ^ 



QUI 



CAGO BREWERY 



fjtg €00dj5i. 



HEAVY! HARDWARE 



O Jl 13 E R 
S 1 1 E 13 T I R O TV 



COOLEY, CAXtYER ^ CO., 

(Successors to Coolky. ToWKK fc Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

Conimission IVIei-cUants, 

mPORTERS AXD DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOBk 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Jtc, Jtc, 

JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE AND TUIRU, SAIKT I'AUL, ULNN. 

Torme* -------- CJ-A.SII. 



In tho iv-po'tment of 

LIQUORS A3V1> SEOARS 

our stock will b« found 1.AKOK and .oMrt.KTE at aU times, and at price, to suit the view* o 

closest buyers. December 1, W^2 




NURWAi- NAIL RODS, 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

ISTails and Spikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES, 

CUTTER SHOES 

Hleig:li ami Otittei 
K. XT :V :>f E Xt fc5 , 

J3ent Cutter Stuff, 

OF 

llALL, KLMBAKK & CO., 

CHICAGO. 



p W . NICHOLS. 

General Insurance Agent. 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

MARINE INSURANCE. 
LIFE LS'SUR.\NCE. 

POLICIES 

Issued on favorable term*, In the most rcliabU 
C>.>m{>auiei. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOKSTORE. 
janl5iUT Third s reel, St. I'aul, Min. 



V^ U T L E R S E M TORI U M . 

JACKSON STKEKT, BETWEEN LEVEE 
ANU illlKU, M. fAl L, 
Having lat. :y made lit.enil addit-.-nsto their largi 
aud well as-orted stock of 

ITtMiev Oi-oc'oriow, Fruits, 
Willow, Hoa:sii*», «!to., 

invite the e:irlv atl. iition of Suttlers and others 
seeking AriuySui.J.liert, to their sel.-etioii~H.-">ds, 
wliioli they ojer nt dostJ ligures for Cash or Cio> - 
eruuieut Vouchers : 

Cantiecl Fmiits. 

I'F. \CH K'^ VX) dozen, fresh and fine. 

UA>.l'lVKKltlK.< -Mt* do do do 

Itl.ACKKEKUIES -'uO do do • ■> 

CHKUKIKS -"OO do do <o 

>VllOi:rLEUEUUIES.:t00 do d«» do 

Foreiinx I<'ruitH. 
liAISINS,J^ver& M.K.I— wholes halvea&qrs. 
CUUUAN r>— f.esh aud noud. 

rUL N Ls— k.-K's and jars. 

I'LCMS— French. 

DATES. 

100,000-embracinir large variety, aad iacludini; 
some choio! and popular brands. 



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R A N T & F R E E M A N , 



ATTOUNEY^ & COINSELLOKS AT LAW, 

OlUco in McClung's tl'lia-nix) Itlock, corner ol 

Third and Waba»haw-st»., 

ST. I'AII MINNi:SOTA, 

Will practice in all the Stat.- and Federal Courts. 
>ioni'V loani'tl on good security. 
i^^l•^^"•cial attention paid to coUectintt. 
W.ll.i>ll.V.\T. docJ-lniOS J. Jl.hKKKM.VX. 



LILL & DIVERSY, 

BREWERS OF 

XjILL's stock, 

AND 

Oie.EA3£ PALE AX.E, 

LAOKU BEKIt, 
PORTER AND BROWN STOUT. 
Sold by half barrel and delivered free of charge. 
WM. CONSTANS, 
Bi724-dly AQKMT, St. Panl. 

Tj^LORENCE SEWING 
MACHIlSrE AG^ENCY, 

One door East of Davenport's Bookstore, on 

^ The**" FLORENCE" SEWING MACHINES 
make KwiK 1)IKKi:kknt stitches on one and the 
same machine. Thus the lock, DOl'ULE-LOCK, 
KNOT ANU Douiii.K-KNOT, all of whicli make the 
seam alike on both sides of tho fabric. Either or 
all can be produced while thtt Machine is in mo- 

Tliey have the rkvkksiiii.e feed motion, 
which enables the operator to have the work car- 
ry either way, or to change tho dir.ction, and 
fistenlhe end of seams, welch, together with 
luakiiiR a long and a short stitch, is done simply 
by turning a thumb screw. 

Their motions are all positive. There are no 
epringstoget out of order. They are so simple 
that the most iuexi)eri..nced can work them per- 
fectly and with ease. They are NOISELESS, and 
can be used where .|uiet is necessary. 

They are the FASTEST SEWERS In the 
WOULD, making Hv* stitches to each revolution. 
They oil no dresses. Their stitch is the wonder 
of all, b«'cause of its combined elasticity, 
sTKKNOTii and BEAi'xy. .., » «.„, ^ 

Prices No. 1, $4r.uO, No. 2, $57.00, No. 3, $07.00, 
No. 4, *7-'.00. No. 5, if77,0<J, No. 6, $Si',00, No.< 
Cabinet «ipener, i|yO.«Kj, No. 7 Cabinet cased, 
i'Jo.W, Mahogany $'.>:.00, Rosewood $I<J5.00. 
Ilemmers aud all necessary tools included lu the 
above prices. ... , j «, 

Ou hand diflierent kinds of lower priced Ma- 
chines. Call and see the "Florence Machines." 

jyl5-dtf G. W. BAbCOCK. 



1862. SPRUNGh. 1862. 
KVGERSOXJL'S BLOCK 

DRY GOODS FOR CASH. 



I>. "W. Inflferaioll Sc Co. 



ttttkntt'iS Mvmxu 



1862. 



1862. 



1863. 



WnrTEB ABBAITQEMENT. 



K. 



SPENCER 




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HONKER FOUNDRY AND 

AGUICLLTLKAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Pike streets. 
T'iii «stiibli-hraent i^ now in full operation, an 
i* prepared to furnish all kinds of 
lUOX ANl» BU.VS.S 

CA-IIXOS, FORGING, *C., 

at the lowest Eastern rates, viz, H^avy Mill cast 
In 'S Columns, :<asli w.'i;;Uts, t.rate Bars, sleigl. 
Blioes Ac. three cuts per pound. Brass cast 
1,...^. B.ibbit metal, -'5 to ^'^ «='"f '^ P'''".,'^"?^!, 
I 11 ' e work *"..w per dav. Particular attnution 
tTv ;.u to Steam En,?ine and Boiler work. 1 hr««h 
r,irf Machin- r.pairius promptly attended to. 

<t..>Kn Kuiiiuesand Boilers. 1 hreshing machines, 
li.w'ana sc.oud hau.led, lor sale or e.xchaug.- 
veiy low. OILMAN U BUSUNELL. 

ST. Pail, July^th, IS"^^ i?I_ 

T 11 O N . 

J. B. I3«AI>EN, 

LlLAI.tK IN 

IRON, ^'AILS, STEEL, 

spKTNGS. AXLES. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, 

[ utii.T Belting, Coil Chaiu, Uorse Nails and 

>:i.)e>, Ihiinble .Skeins and Boxes. 

Win low sa=h aud Glass, Axes, KelUes, shelf and 

Ilt'ii'*'^' Iluvcl^vare, 

PITTSBURG- COAL 

A LARCiE STOCK OF PLOWS, 

Warehouse on Third street, between Minneaot 
and Ced ar-sts., St. Pau l. otf-tt 

IXON-S^STOVE POLISH AND 

BLACK LEAD CUUCIBT ES, 
For sal- at WE.ST'S Paper, Tin and Kag ^are 
Jlouse. where vou can buy Stove Pipe hvc cents 
itthia at other stores. Also, all kinds of ^c- 
ond hand Merchandize, old ''"V"- ,»^f8*i.„V.^ •' 
<aui>er, Tin, ic. Stoves wanted. Cash 1 aid on 
d.-Uvery. Two and one-fialf cents paid in goods 

tor good Cotton Kag<, at „ . ^ ^ 

** WEST'S, on Robert-st., 

oliCvtf I^rge Stone Building, next to 3d;«t. 

Kag^ wanted— for which 4c \>vt pound will be 
paid. Mink Traps for sale. 



DR. GALEN'S PRIVATE DISPEN- 
SARY 

^V«a>Xcai<?al find !5iiirsi<»ul 
Oflloo. 

ESIABLISIIED IN ST. 

P.MI, June, !■«<■>•.•, for the 
cure if the following com- 
plaint': CHRO.SICA.NI> Pl'.l- 

VAlK DI-.KASKS, including 
the V :NEKEAL DISEAS- 
ES in ill its form.«, Stricture, 
Piles, Fistula, Rupture, Dis- 
eases k>l the Kidui'ys, Blad- 
der. &C. To YoiNii Mkn, 
partic liar attention given 
to tlie secret inrirmities of 
youth and manhood arising 
trora certain secret habits. 
M1KM.K AiiEO aud eviMi 
( >LI> Men, who leel a debilliy in advance of their 
years restored to vigor. 

To TiiK LADIES —Femalo Diseases cured, inch 
as Leucorrhea, Menstrual Diseases, Falling of 
the Womb, l.lceration ol he Os lteri,*c. For 
>ale,Dr.D«!wee's Fe.malk J'ill.s for obstructions, 
irregularities, &c. Safe an 1 certain at all tim.-s, 
but should not htf used dur ug pregnancy, as they 
would produce .1/iic«rri<i.,e. Price $ I per box, 
and may bo sent by mail Also, Dk. Gale.s'.h 
1"KEVKNTIVe, for those wishing to limit tli»'ir 
ollspring, will last a life I iine, aud warranted to 
not injure the health. I'rice *J, and may bo sent 

L>v mail. _ _ . . 

■PATIENI.S AT A DISTANCF^Treated by 
correspondence, and Meiliciuos sent under seal 
to cure any case at home. 

>-. B.— For particulars coneernig the above 
matters, send for our .Mei> < al Rki-out onaN>w 
Method of Treatment, coulaiuing 04 pages, :W en- 
gravings, and numerous CD nes. sent under seal, ou 
receipt of tea cents or sta nps. 

lu addition to a regular Medical Education, the 
Doctor has had many yeirs' experience in th» 
treatment of the above di- eases, and by devoting 
himself exclusively to tils dt-partment of prac- 
tice, and pre|Kiring his own .Medicines, he is ena- 
bled trtcure all C:i>«s with u the reach of medical 
aid, without risk or ex| osure, in tlie shortest 
possible time. ."Separate a|>artmeuts always in 
reserve so that patients si e no one but the doctor, 
and all interviews conlidiMitial. 

ja- Office in Concert 11 dl, Third street. 

OKKK K IloLKs daily 1 om <i A. M. to 2 P. M. 
Sundays trom J to i r. M 

Address all conimuuicai Ions to DU. GALk> a 
SAIN T PAUL . MINWKS OTA. jan4_ 

^ I RBY'S COMBINED 
Retkper and IMCoiver. 

H. A. PITT &COS 

THRESHING MACHINES. 

We are now soliciting orders for theabove cele 
brated machines. 

Persons in want are in ited toexamine them at 
our store ou Tliird street, as we fev>l confident 
our terms and prions, a well as tho machines 
themselves, will be foum; satisfactory. 

A general assortment of Agricultural Imple- 
ment^sonhand. mcoLS t DEAN. 

T^UNDAS MILLS' 
CELEBRATED XX FAMILY FLOUR, 



'l'ol>llCOO.H. 

•J50 Packages. Including assorted grad.-?— Plug, 
Finn Cut Chewing. Smoking, Billy BowlejJ.^, 
Meerschaum, Kinuikiuick, 4.C., itc. 

Oyntors ixnii Snrilines. 
A full line favorite brands ; also, LuBSTERS, 
SALMON, HALIBCT. HERRING, ic, &c. 

BramlieH, AViuoH, Uourl>on 

"Whis-Uy, fcv. 
A large varletv, including some line C 11 Bran- 
di.-s and Whiskvs, tl.ottUd , which we cuu conli- 
Uently ri'commend as very sajK-rior. Also, 
Gingwr Wine. Blackberry Brandy, 

tiiuger Krandy, Apple Brandy, 



I3enti«t, 23 Years, 
MINNEAPOLIS. MINNESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will be 
the usual fees of Dentists of this .Mati'. 

1 insert ARTIFICIAL PlVuT TlCKfH, which 
are healthier, cheaper, more beautiful aud durable 
than t.'eth set on plate. 

Pivot T:.KTH i>o not Prevent the Tastino 
OF Fo«.i>— Plate TKETit i»o. 

I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 
(elegaiitlv,) as to Ia.st tin- life of the patient. 

AM-Go'nsultatious without charge. 

a21-fim 



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ISS ELIZA W ASS, 



Thiku Strbet, next Door to Greenlkak's 
Is now receiving 

Direct li-om. New York, 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT of tho very 

RICHEST AND LATEST STYLES 
or 

MILLINERY OOODS. 

To which she invites the attention of 

The Ijadies of St. I?aul and other 
To-wnn in the State. 

St. Paul, Sept. 27th, 1862. "S?-!! 



Our Stock is now complete, embracing ALL 
HAT IS NEW IN 



Peach Brandy, 



Cherry Brandy. 



Confectionery. 

Fig Paste, assorted Candies, (ium Drops, Loi 
euges, Liiiuorice, Spruce Gum, ic, &c. 

^UtH. 

A full line. Including every variety. 
October 14, itMi.;. 



ANTED 



1 Good 



w 

3 Cabinet Makers ; 2 Chair Makers ; 
Chair Painter, at tho 

Hastins^^ Steam Sash and Fur- 
nit ux-e Factory. 
.\lso, for sale, a 

POKTABLE STEAM ENGINE k DOILEII, 

CvllnderS inch bore, and 14 inch stroke. 

dS-tJf HEK/«»0 ft Ct)RSON. Hasting". 



-p R I E N D S AND PATRONS : 

Our 
HAT 

]Milliiierv Drv G oods. 

and LADIES- FIRXISHING and FANCY AR- 
TICLES. Our French llats are ijulte pretty ; in 
Felt, Bcavw rand Plush, \»e have the latest designs 
We have Millin.ry artieU-s by the iiuantily, t» 
suit the trade. Jn Shawls, Cloaks and Cloaking 
we have a large supply— we have twenty dillereul 
liait.srus; one is the McClellan— the pattern cost 
.■<l"j in Paris. Als«, the (iothiw and Excelsior 
( loiiks, so much adinir>-d in high circles. East. 
Onr stock is large in Nubias, Hoods, Sontags 
Fniich Opvra Hoods, Zephyr Worsted Wool 
\arns, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries, ^Vlli^ 
Oou.ls, 4c., &c. Dress (.ioods, Balmoral aud Hoo" 
Skirts, by tlie quantity. Five dozen Winte. 
.'-Iiawls, t'liat must W sold, with almost every art" 
cle wanted in the housekeeping lin<'. We solid 
an early call. Respectlullv your», 

Mi;s. .1. .1. 1»UGAN, 
Below Day & Jenks' Drug Store, Third Street 
where the wax lady is i n thw window. o25-tf 

M. N. KE L L G G , 

WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL OKAI^R tS 

I TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 

(;hildren's CABS— overy variety; Egg, Lemon, 
Ginger, Ili-Li.n .. ,1 S.,da CRACKERS; Tnivel- 
ing. School aud Work BASKETS; MAPLE SU- 
GAR; Fresh CANDIES from New York— also 

4^ THE BBSr CIG.VRS IN TIIE CITY. 
84 M.N. KELLOOO. 

O T I C E . 



\17M. ILLING WORTH, 
■Wu-tcli 3Haniiitactu.rcr. 

-AMD- 
TOWN CLOCK BXJUiDER. ! 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CLOCK. 

.JACKSON-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



Having had overTHIUTY' YEARS KXPERl- 
FNCE ill the best Watch Factories m England 
du'd America, he feels himself competent to do 
Anything in his line 

A LITTLE SXJPKRIOR 

to any other establishment in the Northwest. 

mM-'S B.— Persons wishing to perfect them 
selves In the business, will be received under in 
slruction ou VERY MODERATE TEKMS. 

«^Fine work done and Clock aud Watch 
Wheels cut for tho trade at low rates. mrt»y 



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R N I T U R E 



JOHN PRIMROSE 

Manufacturer and Dt-aler In 
CABINET AND CHAIR 

FXJRjS^ ITTJKE 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps consuntly on hand a complete assort- 
ment of 

PARLOB, 

CHAMBER. 

DININGKOOM 

IPTJRNITTJRE. 



r. 

At a meeting of the l»lrect<>rs of the Dakota 
Laud < ompany held at their office, St. Paul, .Ian- 
nary •,■:(, IMkt,' an assessment of one dollar per 
share, was levied on the Capital Stock of said 
Company to be paid on or before the ilth day ol 
March next. 

jan2.V«w T. B. CAMPBELL. Secretery. 



rp O B A C C O, 

Cigars, Pipes, Snuff, &c. 

F. W. TUCHELT, 

Third Street, next door to Comb's Book P'ore 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars 
Ac is just reviving his fall and winter stock 
and is prepared to till orders to any extent, for 

FINE LVIPORTED CIGARS, 
Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Chewing Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior 
to any in the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a large assortment. These pipes are all the go 

''°** F. W. TUCUELT. 

St. Paul, Not. 17. noTl7dly. 



HAVE JUST HKCBIVKD A LABOB STOCK OF 

SPRIlSra DRY GOODS, 

coHsisTCfo or 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every variety of quaUty, will be sold at prices 

TO SUIT TUK TIMBa. 
Mottled MoreUo Cloths, from 10 to 25c per yard 1 

PLAID POIL DE CHKVEKS, 
EMBROIDERED POIL DE CHKVRKS, 

KVKRT VARIETY OK CHALLEYS 

EMBRUIDESED AND GREY OBISAILLE8 

BLUE, GREEN AND RINK BERRAGE LEXIKINA. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN MOU8LISE DE 

L.VISES ; PRINTED LAWNS IX 

GREAT VARIETY. 

A SPLENDID STOCK OF OINGHAMa 

ALSO 

BLACK AND RICH FANCY SILKS. 

MEN AND BOYS' SUMMER WEAR; 

BROADCLOTHS, BLACK & FANCY CASSIMEBES, 
8ATTINETS, AND SUMMER CLOTHS. 
ALSO 

A VERY LARGE STOCK OF 
HOSIERY, GLO^ ES, 

AND 

em:broii>eries, 

PAKASOLS, SUN UMBRKLLAS, «TC., 

ALSO 

A LARGE STOCK OF 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BT THE PIECE OR PACKAGE FOR THE 

COXJ3VTRY TRADE. 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS 

Can purchase their Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We invite the attention of tho ladies to our new 

styles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OUR ENTIRE STOCK 

WILL BE 

SO]L.I> FOR CASH, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. 
The public are invited to visit 

OUR NE^W STORE. 
D. W, INGERSOLL & CO. 
apr30-dly St. I'aul, HinnesoU. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

OABBTDte THB 

NOBTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AADTHB 

United States M:all. 



The roads »re weU stocked with first du« 
horses, Concord Coaches, with careful and expe* 
rienced drivers, all under the oontrol of coinp»> 
tent agents. 



SCHEDULE OF DEPART»BES FROM SAETT FAtm. 

For Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, R^d»» 
Landing, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona and L« 
Crosse — connecting with the LaCrosse and Mil- 
waukee Railroad—eTery morning at ( A. M. 

For Stillwater— Daily, at 8 a. m. 

For Shakopee, Jordon, St. Lawrence, Bdia 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, OtUwa, Traverse de 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at 2. P.M. 

For Rosemount, Castle Rock, Northfleld. Can- 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls and 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatonna, for WUtor, 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Agency and Manluto: 
Also for Rice Lake, Chtfemont, "Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, Chatlield, and Winona— Dally 
at 4 A. M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlanda 
Monticello, Clearwater, St. AugusU and bt. 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 a. m. 

For Sauk Rapids, BeUe Pndrie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— Tuesday's, Thursday's and Satur- 
day's at 5 o'clock A. M. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria, 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Fort 
Abercrombie— Monday's and Wednesday's at 6 
o'clocli: A. M. 

For Sunrise, with connections for Superioi 
and Bayfield— Monday's Wednesday's and Fri- 
day's, at 7 o'clock A. M. 

For further particulars Inquire at the Genera 
Office on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK k CO. 
nOT24-dly Proprietors. 

-Vj-ERCHANTS' DISPATCH 

Fast Freie*** Liae, 

OWNED AND MANAGED BY 

AlVtERICAJfl" EXPRESS CO. 

All OTercharges settled by J. C. fc H. C. B> 
bank k, Co.. Agents. 
New York ofiSce, l>i Murray street. 
Boston office, 69 Washington street. 
mar25-dlT 



1862. 1862. 1862. 

Impoirtaat to Sliippei**. 



H" 



L I D A Y BOOKS 



D 



For sale in bl U. or sacks by 

E. fc H. Y. Bell, near the Winslow Koum ; S 
K. Putnam, corneradan IMarket Sts. ; Beaumont 
and Gordon, corner 3d and Jackfon Sts.; J. B. 
Slichter, corner of rth a id Jackson Sts. 
Warranted tho best 

XX FAMILY FLOUK 
offered In this market. Orders from Hotels 
Bakers and others shall have prompt attention 

and immediate delivery 

^15 .T. 8. ARCHIBALD. 



gfti^Mlaiwattisis^ 



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U. 



S. REVENUE STAMPS, 



T. P A U L C H AIR FACTORY 
II. OALHiEY, 

Manufacturer of 



Cane and ATood Seat 
C H A I K » - 

THE TRADE SUPPLIED. 

WABASHAW STREET, BET. 5TH h 6TH, 8T. PAUL 
MINNESOT.*. nOvS 



AU denominations, for sale at 

Tlio Traders' Baalc, 

Northuxit corner of Lai* aud Clark Streets, 

Clxicago, Illinois. 
A discount of 2 per cent, on all sums of $100, and 
up to $.500; and of S p«r cent, on all suras ol $300 
and upwanis, will be allowed, payable in sWmps. 
All bankable funds re :eived in payment at par. 
Packages will be forwarded by mail or express at 
the expense and risk o " purchaser. 
jan'.'0--.im* K. I. TINKUAM, Cashier. 



50 



BARRELS 



— OF — 



CAIIBOIV OIL. 

ALSO A *|UANTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

For sale bv J. C. ft H. C.BURBANK fc Co. 



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I 



A G N E T I C 
Taclc Hammer*. 

If you don't want to mash your Angers, buy one 
for ii cents, at K. & H. ^ . BELL'S. 

Cotfeo is high. Buy a patent Coffee Strainer; 
it clears tlie colTee, and saves one third. Ouly 
"5 cents. K. ft. H. Y. BELL. 

Put. "lit Lifters. Will lift everything hot off the 
htwv without burning your fingers. Only 25 
gj.,,,<_ E. ft. H. Y. BELL. 

Agents wanted to canraas the State for the 
»b..ve articles. A smart man can make big wages. 
For particulars, address, i-n^^lo^"j>^ y* B^i I 

Sole Agents for Minnesota. 

St. Paul. July nth. 1862. 3yll-dtf. 



T 



HE UNDERSIGNED, 



DE.\LKRS IN 

I»orlc, Grain, Groceries 
and r»i-ovisionH, 

Invite their friends and buyers generally to call 
S them in Ca.stne 's Building. Fourth street 
above Jackson, where will be found. Sugar Cured 
Hams and Shoulders Lard by the jar, firkin or 
barrel; Beef, Corned and Dried; Oats and Corn 
and a general stock ( f Choice Groceries, and all 
at the very lowest rat 's. „ ^. j /^ i 
The highest price pUd forTo^^?^iGr.^^^ 

wTLirrr:^~Dr"sT~o r e y 



OF ALL STYLES, AND OK SUPEKIOB WORK- 
M.VNSHIP. 

Most of my Furniture is of my own manufac- 
ture made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
equal to the best there is made in the U. S. A. 

As a nimble sixpence is always better than a 
slow shiling, I am determined to sell a verv light 
shade ibova cost. Evervbody Is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

j»- REMEMBER PLACE: Stone BuUd- 
Ing— Third Street— above the Bridg. St. Paul 
MVnn. Iuna4d2y_ 

^P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of .Seventh and Olive streets,) 

HAS IN ADDITION T« HIS NEW ft FULL STOCK OF 

Groceries & Provisions, 

A complete assortment of 
QUEENSWARE, LAMPS, ftc. 
All of which will bo sold at the lowest possibk 

""*"'nEW platform SCALES, 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct and 
ready for use. Those who have Hay, tirainol 
Live Stock for sale can save m«ney by getting it 
weighed. wrH>..f»h9>*: Iv 

HOKACE B. BIOELOW. OLIVER DALISYMPI.K. 

BIGELOW & DALRYMPLE, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 
S*. I?a«l. Mlinnesota. 

WUl attend particularly to collections through- 
out the SUte ; and, until their payment by the 
Government, wiU give especial attention to the 
prosecution and settlement of claims of INDEM- 
UIXY FOR SIOUX DEPREDATIONS. s2ft-:im 

lyr AR IN E BAN K . 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Photographic Albums. 
ANNUALS. 

JUVENILEBOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Dissected Pictures. 
PORTFOLIOS 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY BOOKS. 

Everything in his lino. 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EM. 

deoL'O 



J. 



WATSON WEBB, JR., 



(Successor to Walter W. Webb,) 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS AND 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 
anltf SI II LEY BLOCK, TIIIRDST. 



N 



EW GOODS! -NEW GOODS! 



AT WHOLESALE. 
A large assortment of New Style 

Hoods.. JSTubias, 

SontaffS and Comibrters, 

ALSO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

W^OOL SOCKS. 
Buck Gloves & Mittens, 

Having a surplus of these goods we 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGAINS. 

Ho^an Sc Camp. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agenU at St. Fu 
for the 

UCROSSE & MILWAUKEE RAILROAD 

AND ALSO FOR THB 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS. 

Would respectfully call your attention to the ra 
perior advantages offered by them over any ottoei 
competing line. 

Tltroagfli I Contracts 

Will be giren to all pelnta East. 

ALL CLAIMS FOR 

OVERCHARGES OB DAMAGSa 

Will be settled upon presentation. 

WE HAVE ALSO THE AOENCT Or 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the MinnesoU and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The La Crosse and Milwaukee Line reoeive and 

forward all freight fbek of warbhousk 

CHARGES AT ST. PAUL. 

MERCHANTS who design rlsitingthe East for 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain foll 

PARTICULARS. 

J. C. &. 11. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. Paul, Feb. 26. 18«2. fel>2 6-d&wly 

T r\AKEGS SUGAR HOUSE, GOl^ 

I \^V^ den and Ambre, a choice article, at 
J. C. t H. C. BURBANK k. Co.'a 



JUST RECEIVED. 



nov29 



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A T A W B A BRANDY. 

The nndersignod having been appointed sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY 
For the State of Slinnesota, calls the attention ol 
Physicians aud the public to its medicinal quali- 
ties 

WALTER W. WEBB. 

St. Pau«. -Tnlv »« '»«»• '"2* dt»w 



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ETAL WAREHOUSE. 



VANDERVOORT, DICKERSON & CO., 

ISll'ORTERS OF 

Tin Plate Sec, 



AND DEALEKS IN 



TI If IV E n 

STOCK. 



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AGENTS FOR 

U O TT E ' 8 

improved 
SCALES 
190 aad 201 Randolpta-St., Clilcafiro. 



decl3-6m 



P. O. Box 3167. 



rpAX DEEDS. 

THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest anfl best form ol 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of tho Legislature, and in conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared b> .ae 
SUte authorities ^. .. j„j 

Price 50 cents p«»r doien, or $3 per hundred. 



ATONEY TO LOAN. 

GOOD COLLATERAL SECURITY REQUIRED 
H. E. BAKER k CO., Auctioneers, 
On Thlrd-st.. second door from .lackson-st. 
|jn4 St. Paul, Minnesota. 



ATTORNEY AND .COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
ST. PAU)., MINNESOTA. 
RBFrKRKNCES: 

Hon. George Opdyk- •lii.^^T kZ^YotI 

John G. TwadWefl,. •••••-• -^'K* New York I 
Hon. Amos Dean, L L. I>M."-^bany. New York 

Hon. R. A. Law ^V'i^l.l.a.rt') hio 

Geo. 8. Blanchard ^*°*''"" Ho.toS 

Chase, McKinney an dKoon uosion j 

lelldaoUakwD'w 



Organized under the General Banking Law of 
" Minnesota. 

O.B.TrilRKLL.Cashier. C.K.WELLS.Prcs't. 
«-Office in Coulter's Block, Jackson Street, 
St^aul. declfi-tm 

DR. DeMONTREVILLE, 

_ DICISTTIST, 

(Office in French's Block,) 
Tklrd Street, i»*ar tbe Post Oaice, 

SAINT PAUL 3IINN<HSOTA. 

ian29-ly 



pASH PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BARLEY, OATS and CORN, and DRESSED 

IHXiS, at my Warehouse, Upper Levoc, St. Paul. 

deceit* ALBERT McCARtiAR. 



A. 



«8HHb 



F. KNIGHT, 
ARCHITECT, 



Will furnlshdeslgns.Plans, Details, Specifications 
and Estimates for buildings of every kind, got up 
in the best style for the reduced price of one per 
cent on estimated cost, and will, if required, su- 
perintend the erection of the samw, both in the 
Sty and country, at equally low rates. Office m 
French's Block, Third street, St. Paul, Minne 
sola. my8-6m 



DRY GOODS AT GREAT BARGAINS, 

Splendid chance to purchase Holiday Presents at 

S3£ITH: At TAYLOR'S, 

«* Cheap CasU Store," 

THIRD.8TREET,NEXT DOOR TO THE N. W. 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

Wc have on hand a choice lot^f 

BALMORAL SKIRTS. 

the cheapest in the market. 

SONTAGS, NUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARFS, 

in great variety of styles and colors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unequalledjn this city, consisting in part of 

SPLENDID FRENCH MERINOES, 

of the best make, in all colors. 

ALL WOOL REPS, 

PLAIN AND FIGURED UNION REPS, 
Plain and Figured Delaines, Mottled Cloths, Em- 
press Cloths, Valencia Plaids, &c., Ac. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dress Goods. 

Also choice patterns of Flannel Sheetings. 

AU kinds of White and Colored 

E Hi A N" N" E Ij , 

Great Bargains in Bleached and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds <5f Domestic Goods, Hosiery, 

Gloves, Ladies' and Gentlemen's 

Wrappers and Drawers, Hoop Skirts, Corsets, &c. 

All of which we wUl sell 

for cash at figures to suit the closest buyers. 

j^g- Call and examine for yourselves, at 

*The Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITIl & TAYLOR, 

dec25 ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



CARPETS. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 
CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 
I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH BUGBEE, 

THIRD-ST., ABOVE THE BRIDGE, 

decl6-3m ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

TSlifton house , 
mankato, - - '_ • minnesota. 

This House is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and is among the largest m the Minne- 
sota Valley. Is 



A LARGE STOCK OF FINE LI 
quors and Cigars, which we offer at prices 
that wiU insure quick sales, at 

J. 0. fc H. C. BURBANK fc Co.'s 

Qnn BBLS. ASSORTED WHIS- 

{j\J\7 key, for sale at „ ^„ , 

S.C. A U. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



Q /^i^ WHOLE, HALF AND QUAR 

•jyjyj ter boxes Raisins, crop of 186., at 
^ J. C. & H. C. BI^RBA NK fc Co.'s 

20 



BBLS. STUART'S BEST HON- 
ey Syrup, a choice article, for table use al 
J. Cl k H. C. BURBANK fc Co.'s. 



nOK PACKAGES ASSORTED 

X^O Fruits, consisting of Plums, Prunes 
Currants and Citron, aU new crop, for sale at 
prices to suit the^time^. ^ ^^^j^^^ ^ ^,, 



NEW AND NEWLY FURN^SHED, 

And the proprietor, from long experience in the 
biisiness, flatters himself that he will be able to 
Mtisfy the traveling public. 

JI9-CHARGES MODERATE. -«r 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Mankato. Minn., April 29th, 1862. , 



T Kr% BOXES W. R. CHEESE; A 
XO V/ prime article, at low figures at 

^ J. C.fcH.C. BURBANK fc Co.'s 

Krk GRANT'S PATENT FANNINCi 

O W MiUs for sale at manufacturer's prices ai 
J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK fc Co.'s 




MES' EXTRA SUGAR CURED 



For sale by 
•l« 



H ikM: s , 

8. K. PUTNAM. 



PPLES! APPLES! 

75 berrcls choice, just received and for sale low 
by S. K. PUTNAM. 

mer Third and Market streets. 



D 



ENTISTRY 



DR. BOWMAN, having taken rooms In the 
Winslow House, will give his attention to all who 
mav desire his professional services. 

Although a comparative stranger, yet the Dr. 
is confident that, guided by tha firm principles ot 
justice and equity— courteous and faithful manip- 
ulation, he may win the confidence of all. 

Dr. B. Intends his operations shall rank only 
vyith other flrst-class operators. 

/tg' Anaesthetics judiciously administered. 

j)^ Office hours from 8 A. M. to 5 p. M. 

G. A. BOWMAN, 

j»nl5-3m Anthony. 



FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

of all kinds. 
Also, WarehouseTrucks, Lette: 
■mpMEss^ Presses, fcc, fcc. 

FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF fc CO., 
172 Lake Street, Chicago, 
For sale in St. Paul, by J. C. fc U. C. Burbankfc 

«»>H<> ftarwf^il t4> b»i V nnlv tho gfiwin" wl4-dw| • 

p A L M E R ' S PURE 

V I N E a A. R . 

This is the kind of Vinegar that should be nsed 
by all housekeepers for 

PICKI^KS 

AND THE 

TA^BIjE. 

It iB wiuranted pure and wholesome, and to 
give perfect satisfaction wherever used. Try It, 

AND TOU WILL HAVE NO OTHER. 

For sale at our works on Cibley street, and by 
all grocers who have an eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS FOR SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS A CX). 



YOU WHX FEND ONE OF THE 
largest and best selected sto<^aof Grocer 
i e^in the West^at^he wa^;»°"J^UK fc Co. 

TDRINTERS' INKS. 



All sorts, kinds, and colors, fi-om the celebrated 
manufactory of J. E. Wade, New York, for sale 
at manufacturer's prices, by 

(teclT J. C. fc U. C. BURBANK fc CO. 

/I ork BOXES ASSORTED TO- 
^^yj bacco, comprising all the favorite 
brands, at 



J, C. fc F. C. BURBANK fc Co.'s 



Kf\ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAST 
0\J steel Axes. Also 30 dozen Red River 
Axes : also 25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, first 
quaUty.at j c. t g. C. BURBANK fc Co.'s 

ECEIVED ON CONSIGNMEN 1. 

4,000 POtMDS DRIER FKACHE8, and 7,(M0 

^'"mTaTt^ """'" -^"'-"j^'^r ^U K^ANK fc C^ 

-ITTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

VY Uu-gO supply of WK8TKRN KESEBV4 

CHEESE ^hich we offer Igwjor (»«h^^^ ^ ^^ 



Je8 



J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK fc CO. 



M 



ERRILL IS PAYING CASH FOR 



Old Paoers of every kind, old Books of every de^ 
"cription. Beading, Blank «' ^<*««VBooks and 
Pamphlets . Paper Rags wanted at MERR ILLS. 



Pamphlets . Paper Rags wanteu ai ^'t,^"^^.^^-. " "kl^ 
Hurry them along and get the caah. febJHlfcwtf | «»-» 



10 MY FRIENDS & PATRON d- 



Harlng engaged iny ienrices to theMetm.J. 
C fc H. C. Burbink fc Co., corner Levee »nd Slk. 
lev streets, I may be found in the Wholeaale Gro- 
cery DepMtment, where It wiU afford me pleuuxs 
to see my old customers once more. 

We shall have a large aud weB selected stocc 
of goods, usually kept In onrUne, on hand, wIiku 
I resnectiVilly ask yon to examine before parcha- 

ln?eWhe«. iW to — rtt '»' "- A*h^e* 
portion at least of that patronage yon have here 

t«|^~ liberaU y »>^towed^"'g2RPENTEUR. 
TNDDLN WAR IMPLEMENTS. 
The undersigned are AgenU for 
BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 
Sreeob Loadins Armr Carbines, 

»«. _...^ viwAiAt and moat convenient breech 
The mo« perfect ■■? J™^I--_|„_-i -» o-, ofioe 
lo«iIng fun in use. 0'*2t'*^ 
whe«..«nple«aybe.^^^jy^^^ fc CO. 



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THE SAINT PAUL PRESS, TUSEDAY, FEBRUAKV^ IT, 1863. 



T PI K C I T Y . 

Wk o'.tsi-vo that our bankers luivi- 
aJoptc.l a m-w stylo ot chock roccntly— 
t!»e cliaiijjo consu-.tinjj of a paraloUograin- 
ic space, inarkcil ''stamp." 

l.O. (). F. — lloguhir mcotinf: of Saint 
Taul Loilijc No. -' tu-nidit, lor initiation. 
&c. riiJrc will .ibo be an Eni-anipinci-.t 
meeting. 

Posi AiJt: Sr AMI- Ki.PEMmox.— Those 
who reeeivcil certilicates for their soiled 



Postaj;.' 
(leenietl 
Tosti'lVK 



>t:unps, 
now I'V 



i-:'.ii havi 
presentin 



the same re- 
"■ them at the 



Vai.("invii<»\ 1- 
" sore arms "' a.v 
Mui'h of the pani' 
l)::t as a precautionary 



all the rafje now, anil 

met with everywhere. 

entirely needless, 

measure is like 



\s 



tire insurance, people dont like to run 

the risk ofdoin::; witliout it. 

— «•• — 

TtiK recent thaw caused some ot the 
sewers, char-id with several months ac- 
cumulation ol' lilth. to overtiow the iee in 
the river, where it had been scraped bare 
bv ice-cutters, thus spoiliuir it for use. 
But the crop is lar-e. ami they can lind 
plenty of clean ice elsewhere. 

Tin: Fti:i:Mi:N's Ball.— Persons desir- 
ii»-^ carna::;os for the Firemen's Ball this 
eveuia:;. are reiiaestcd to leave their ad- 
dress before I o'clock, with one of the 
yentlemen named below. 

B. rrcslcy. W. (lolclur. 11. C. Mun- 
srer. L. 11. Kddv. 

Tin: AMKRitAN- HorsE.— This popular 
old institution has been doing a stavini; 
business this winter, exceeding the p.ihuy 
davs ot lS^o'-7. No wonder, lor the ex- 
cilleut mar.aL^enient ot mine host Spen- 
ont"s praise ; while the 



W.^rJmxc.TON's Bii:rii-DAY.— The '.'2d 
ot February is rapidly approaching, a day 
which by the statutes of our State, is m.ide 
a perpe'ual holyday. lo be observed by a 
suspension ot lai)or, t le closing of public 
schools, and offices, imd by appropriate 
cerciaonies. Since it falls on Sunday 
this year— the following day, Monday th.- 
■J;>d— as is usual in such eases, will be 
substituted fiu'rclor. 

It any publie demonstration is to be 
made by the Legislature, citizens, schools, 
or in any other way, it is time it was taken 
in hand. For several years past we h ive 
had pleasant commonurations of the day 
which gave America iis "Father and Pre- 
server," and in times like the present, we 
should endeavor to c debrate it with in- 
creased enthusiasm, a* a means of light- 
in"- anew the fires of patriotism and devo- 
tion to eonntrv. 



X,A^VI» or XIXXESOTA 



Apiior- 
a utl in 



AX ACT to ■'roviilr fur the 
tionnicnt of tlio Mcboul A' 
:vZi»rcb, l«»».t. 

y;i' it riiit.-ti:l I'll *.hc Lfijhhiture of thf State of 
iMiniiisotii ! 

Skction 1. That tli" sovrral Soliool lHntrlct 
(1 rk<wli'> iK'glo'fil to niik." lln-ir iniini:il r.'- 
port't on or li.'l'ori' t!io l">tli ot' Oi-tob-T, iNiu', nn- 
lnr.'I'V mitho-i^i'il to Tiik.- siuii n-port to tin- 
Coinitv Auili'or on or U-'oro lli« lir.-t <iay of 
Marcli', H :i, and tin- ilistri.-t- s<i ni^ikinK ntunis 
Hlnll s'lari* in tin- aiiportiotnu-nt of ilif ^f'lool 
Kiui.t to Ik- maao by tli» County AiiUiior in 
JLircli, l.Si«I. . , 

Sk« .'. Tliis not s^lialMak.-eflVotnniHx' in forci.' 
from and a!'l<T iH |i:i>.';i;:''. 

A]>;iroM'd, IVbruary W: I"«'.",. 



citizenii of tlio Stato of Minno»ota wore klllod, 
and otlR-ra wounded and permanently diitablfd, 
so as to rcudiT tlu'ui iuca|iabl»' of roaintaing I 
th'-nisi'lvo.s and families by manual labor, mor»' e«- i ::z. 
p.'iiallv as in niost caso.s, tlu-ir cntirH iM-rsonal 



Ijicw giclvcvtixsctncttt!5>^ 



^whe:ei^e:r & ^vilsoist's 



cer irains t vrr 



clever 
l>olgc 

Th.- •■ 



pjliti- an 1 g. nial clerk, John II. 
. makes all tlic guests feel at home. 
American " is a landmark, and a 



Almost a Fikk.— Yesterday lorenoon 
about 11 o'clock, a Ire broke out in the 
roof of rickeii ig's ca -penter shop, corner 
ol St. Peter and Fifll. sts., having caught 
Irom an over-heated stove-pipe. Fortu- 
nately, a barrel ot \»ater was found at 
BmLrham's Broom I'actory across the 
street, and a lew bu ket lulls (pienched 
the tlanies, which in :\ few moments would 
have extended so as to do great damage, 
as the wind was Idoving quite brisk. 

A young man, working for Mr. Pickcr- 
inf . was injured whil-trying to extinguish 
the tire, lie was n -ar the roof inside. 
and jiimncd to the lloor. In so doing he 
struck on a sharp pi .ve of lumber, mak- 
ing a painful wound in the hip, two or 
three inches deep. He was t.aken to his 
residence. We conl I not learn his name. 



A:V XVT t« Aiiicuil WoctloM FiftT of 
Chapter S'lft.y-«ev«Mi of the Compileil 
Mtiitute*. ncluting: to nutrlct Court*. 

/;i' it li'uncti'il III lUe Lcijii!a:urc vf the State of' 
JliiDtc.^ola : 
Sr.tTioxl. That soci ion Ultv of rhaptiT fifty- 
si'vi-n of till' compiK'd statutes In' anK-uded so as 
to ri-ad a- follows : 

flmt wlioni-vor a juilp" of tli- Distriot Court 
shall b- iiittTi'.-tfdils oounsil or otherwise iu the 
event of unv cause or matters pendins before said 
Court in au'v rountv of his district, it sliall be thi' 
dutv of auv'olher iii-striet ju<l;.'e iu an ailjninin;; 
dist'rict where the ouaso* e.mipl.auet ol do noi 
exist, when thereto n-niiest»d by .«ai 1 judne so 
interested as aforesaiil, to attend and liold the 
Court wherein such tause or mutter is pending 
t\>r the trial of tlie .-ame, and it sliall be tlie duty 
of till' jucJp' of any district to disciiarj;e the du- 
liis of the jud>;e of Hliy oilier district le t his own. 
wlien con\eui>-nce or the jiiihlic interest reijulres 
if; and wlieui'\era district ji:d>{e is a iiarty or 
otherwise interested in aiiv cans.', it shall l>e V.iw- 
fiil for an- other district jiid;:e in an adjoiiiin.^ 
district, and shall b.- his duty wlien re.|ues'ed as 
aforesaid, wiihin his district t.> tr.mspct a^iy ex- 
parte bu.slnoss. hjar and determine inotitms oml 
erant orders iu such causes as may in siicli c.ise 
be l>rou;!ht before liiin, which ac's slull liavi- the 
same f.irce as if done iu the district in wliich auch 
actions are pendiii!». 

SIX . .'. I'iiis act sliall fake ea-..ct and bt! In 
force from autl afte: its p.i.^sii-e. 

Approvi'd, February li'>. i--.il. 



pro-MTty was taken or des royed bv the savages; 
that iminy hundreds have received and will con- 
tinue to receive, at least until I'prinK, needful aid 
from the State; that vour memorialists do not 
iK'lieve that it is just that the State should be oli- 
liired to make permanent provision for tlio sup- 
port of said sulferers, but believe that it is the 
dutv of the'L'niled Slates to protect the people 
a):ainst Indian depredations. 

We would therefor ask < ( vour honorable bo<ly 
to extend the l«'nelit of the Veiisi.»n law jiassod 
• t vour ses-ion— lawof isiil-vl— to all persons jier- 
m:uiiutlv disabled by wounds received in naid 
raid, and to all widows or families who may have 
lost their husbands or fathers in said war, in all 
res|>ei-ts as if said ]>ersons had been kiUed or 
wounded in the military service of the United 
States. 

.Vppro\ed February h", IMVI. 



A 



HOMESTEAD FOR 
CHEAP FOR CASH. 



SALE 



A valuable place within the ciry limits, contain- 
iuK an acre an.l an eighth of Kiound under po.-l 
cultivation, with Iruit trees and slirubbery and a 
g,od house, barn, well, *c , lor sale <"r S^ .«*'• 
Or half an acr.; of tiie ground tor SI. MMi. _ 
Iu case no sale is made, the pUce wi.l be gnen 
on security for ^-.ou, loaned "" /"\.'"",/y'.';''' 
month i ai a libiTal rate of interest. !• urther m- 
j-or'm.lioncau be had uix,n enquiry at the Fn'ss 
O llice^ '''""*'" 

"" E. S C H N A B E L , 



S E ^V I IV O 

llKV.n' ALONE MAKES 



VALUABLE. 



A .fflE.fl«>UIAl. (o th« Poa<-^aat«r 
Cirat-ral for un Inrieuse of Itfttil 
Wrrvico from Oaair^i lo%»a, to Ona- 
touiia, .ftinaraota. 

To the roil- Master General of the United States .- 

Your Sletnorialist', the Legislature of the State 
of Jlinnesota rosiiectfully represent : 

That there is now a daily mail route In operation 
from .St. I'aul to Owa'onua, Minnesota, and from 
l»ubuiue toCtsage, Iowa; that tJsage and f »wa 
tonna iH-iiiR sixty miles aj)art, and each beiiiR 
lb" .emiinus of a daily mail route as aforesaid, 
an. I c-oiiiiected bv a triweekly mail only ; that the 
c>iivei i nee of the inhabitants livinR between 
sa d t rmini at Kast Mitchell, West Mitchell, St. 
.\u-cir, XeMlmrKh. Otranto, Cedar City, Austin, 
Lansing. Madison, Oak (ileii, and Aurora, would 
bejtreailv pnniioieil by an increase of said tri- 
weekly 'o Slid service— for which your Memorial- 
ists resprctf.illy pray. 

Ai'iiroved February 7, liSTk). 

Legislature of Minnesota. 



G. 

MOFFATT'S CA.STLE, CORNER OF 4TU 
ANU JACKSON STUKETS. 



IN 



r.i:Ai.i-.u IX 



aROCKllIKS, GTiA.j-yr, 

AND PItOViaiOTS, 

Keeps constantly on hand a full eiri'Iy Pf Corn, 
Corn Meal, Oats and ISraa. 

Nice lAuf Lard and Sugar (uifcd tiame. 

Any ouantity of butter and eK';?"- 

lle has made arrau(?emeuts lo receive two or 
ihree times a week from the country the choioebt 

"^"aIso agencv for C. H.H. Raker's extra flour, 
which is proilouuci'd the best in the city. 

Goods delivered iu all pans ol l!ie city fri't' ot 
charge. ^ )*-' '"'-'" 

T O T W A N T E D 



■F I IT X II S K S S I O jS". 



historical institution, too. 

Tar Pir>v(»T Of .van. — The Provost 
Guard is not discontinued after all. as ou'' 
skedaddlers would have it appear last 
week, doubtless because the wish was fa- 
ther to the thought. From this 3.amc class 
came the pi\>d:^^;ou< stones of escaping, 
or whipping the C.uard.— t.aies got up af- 
ter t!ie model ot' Jack FalstalFs narrative 
of his exploits. 

Kr.Ti'Kxr.i» 1 i'."M THK War. — We yes- 
terday had t'.io ;>le\sur. of taking by the 
hand. Or:.nge S. King, hate of Company 
D. First llcgiineiit. Friend King enlist- 
ed at th« breaking out of the war, was 
wounded ar.d taken prisoner at the battle 
of Bull Run. and languished in soutliern 
prisons for eleven months, where he con- 
tracted a dis.ibllity of the lungs, in con- 
sequence oi which he has now been dis- 
charged from the army. Mr. King was 
formerly connected with liis brother, W. 
S. King, in the publication of the Minne- 
apolis Atlas. 

. ■•» ■ 

Fiuemi-.m's B\ix— To-night, as every 
one knows, the Second Annual Ball ol 
our Fire Department comes off. 01 
course, everybotly who wishes an even- 
ings rare entertainment intends to go. 
The arrangements for its conduct have 
been caretnlly nunle by experienced per- 
sons, and the guests will be well cared 
for. and have a " g.ay and festive time." 
(iive our fireinjn a call this evening — 
those brave and noble men who are ever 
ready to save your property at the risk oi 
health, limb, .and even life. Let their 
benefit, to-night, be a bumper. 



I* "V 



^lovr.MK.NT or Tuoors — Companies 
A, (i and K of the Sixth Regiment leave 
Fort Snelling to-morrow morning for 
(dencoe, and companies C, F and I. now 
at filencoe. will come to Fort Snelling. 
This change is made, we believe, to give 
the Glencoe soldiers the benefit of the 
school of instruction at the Fort. 

Second Lieut. Ste< s, ofcoir.pany C, 
has been promoted to the Captaincy, 
Capt. Valentine having resigned, and 
First Lieut. Ceo. W. Prescott, being on 
(len. Sibley's staff, waiving his right to 
promotion. H. H. Gilbert has received 
the position of Second Lieutenant. 

Business Changes. — We notice that 
the well known firmol Pollock, Donaldson 
and 0;den, dealers in crockery, house- 
furnishing goods, &■., have just removed 
to Xo. 2, Union Idock, at which place 
they will hereafter Vie fouml. They have 
a much more commodious and convenient 
location than before, consisting of a base- 
ment stor.age room, sales room, and two 
upper stories, four in all, twenty-two 
feet front by 7o feet deep, making am- 
ple storage room for the l»»rge and varied 
stock they always keep. Messrs. Pol- 
lock, Don.aldson and Ogtlcn are an old 
and well known business firm, and there 
is scarcely a lady in Saint Paul but 
has found in their extensive assortment 
of househohl-goods, whatever she needed, 
no matter how rare, novel, or scarce, for 
house keeping. We commend them iu 

their new stand, to the public. 

jj, . 

Police Court. — Esij. Gibbs opened 
his .court yesterday morning, with an un- 
usual array of bruised countenances, the 
result of sundry rows on Saturday even- 
ing. Eyes dressed in mourning, still 
showed the redness that results from tar- 
rvinf long at the forty rod artiile, which 
is sold under so many various names and 
brands. John Cody was fined $3 and 
costs for a bit of fun he had, in committing 
an assault on another party, while his 
closed peeper sh«)Wfcd that a little private 
justice had been administered by the 
party attacked. 

A similar row between two other repre- 
sentatives of this class was comprcmised 
•without the aid of the court, the com- 
plaint probably concluding that he liad 

vanished '' hii assailant as much he had 
. '1 sullered, io as to cry "quits." 



ATau: of DisTitEjis. — Several days 
since, while C. D. Strong, Esq., Exec- 
utive Committee ot the Bounty Relief 
Fund, was hunting up some soldier's fam- 
ilies iu the first ward, he found a French 
family named Beausrjour, living on Pine 
street, the mother of which, and three 
young children, wer' all very low with 
the •• m.alignant mo-osles." They were 
without fire. foo«l, m.'dlcal attendance, or 
any other comfort, and one of the chil- 
dren lay at the pouit of death — a truly 
heart-touching picture of distress. 

3Ir. Strong at om e secured the assist- 
ance of his estimabl- wife, and other be- 
nevolent ladies, ami obtained from tlie 
refugee fund. &c., a proper supply of 
necessaries and comforts for the family. 
It was of little avail, however, as one 
little child. Ague-", rged three years, died 
on Friday, and an Jther, Hattic, aged 
iburteen months, t*ied on Sunday, and 
the mother, Marii Beausejour, aged 
twenty-seven, passed away yesterday. 
.V little boy, aged nine, had a slight at- 
attack, but is recovering. 

The persons named lived on the Fron- 
tier last August, where the husband of 
Mrs. B. and the father of the children, 
named David Pasqucnade, was killed by 
the Indians. Soon after Mrs. P. married 
ilr. Beausejour, wl o is now a volunteer 
in the service at 1 ort Ripley, and who 
arrived home only t ) see his wife and step- 
children for the last tim«. He had been 
in service for scverll months, but as ho 
had received no ]»ay, could not send 
them any aid. The family being 
strangers here, did not receive the 
timely aid and assi.' tance from the charit- 
able people in the neighborhood they 
would have had, had their case been earli- 
er known to the neighbors, who would 
have gladly assisted them. It is a little 
singular, however, that a feeling of pride, 
perhaps, or some other cause, should 
have prevented tlu-m from making known 
their wants, as even the people in a part 
of the same house were not aware of their 
distress. 

The funeral of the three will take place 
from their Late home, at the head of Pine 
street, to-day, at two o'clock. 



X'% .IC'T to ,lnifii«l*»«*t-fi«ni •2.» of.lrfl- 
«-Ie .1. or <-|iuii(4'( -», ol" till- ftirixTu! 
Mtatiitffc of :tliitu«*»otii for 1<*<M>. iu 
rrlutioii to tUc lu.viii;;- out of 1 urt- 

lie it e.uicted hij tUc Le^ishititre of the State oj 
Minncnota .• 

.*«K«-i-i<»s 1. That section twenty-five of arti- 
cle three o*" ch-ipter four of tlie Oener.il Laws ol 
-Minnesota for !»-|i. be and is heieby aiiieni'.ed so 
as to reail as follows: 

All public roads to be laid out by the Supervi- 
sors, >lia'.l not be I'l-s than fo-.r rods wide. 7»r.>- 
ritlrtl, tiiat the siuperviiiors of the several tow s 
shall ha\e power to l.iy out cart ways t«o rod- 
wiile, when iK-tilioned f-or by the person de,-irinji 
the same, llie co>t ot the .-iirvej in;; and localiuj: 
said cart wav shall be paid by the towii.-i- is jiro- 
vided byliwiuthe hniii),' out of public rouls, 
and I he damages lo the laud liiroiijjh or up >ii 
which I lie said ca't wav shall be jKiid by the p-r- 
*on tor whose beiielit 111'- said c.irt way >liall !»• 
laid, and the d.ini-.i);es ill this seclioii iii.Mitioiied 
>hail be ascerniu'd, and aii apped had in tie- 
same manner • s in tlie «i-e of piiblio ro.iils, and 
th.' town c erk .-h.Ul record such cart way<^ in the 
same luauuer as ij provided iu the case of public 
roads. 

Sy.f. -i. It shall be lawful for the owner or ec- 
cupant »>r any eucl.is'd laud tlirou^h which >aiil 
cart wav inav be located, t<> maki.' and maintain 
;;ood .iiid s ilicient ff.iti-s at the entrauce of Mich 
cart ways throit^'h >ui;h enclosure, andaiiy pi-rson 
who ha\ iiijr of.eiicd such nat- ^hall fail to dose 
the san»e, or w!io shall throw ilowii or (la-.na>:e 
suchjrate. shall, on conviction thereof before any 
.lusticeof the IVace of the prupi>r county, be 
lined in any sum uot exceeding teu nor less than 
live dollar^. 

Si: '. -J. rhi< act shall takeeXectaud be in force 
from and after its pa-sage. 

Approved, February l'"', Is-V',. 



MF.nr.iLL has just "oceiTed a lot of Soldier's 
Portfolios, just the th npfs for the boys, also, In- 
fantry, Cavalry, and Artillery Tactics. 



A XFTW- military bo< k entitled " The Company 
Drill of the Infantry <f the Line, &c.. with the 
Exercise of Rayonct I eiicing, by Colonel J. Mon" 
roe." Price 50c. E'ery commissioned olScer 
siiould have one. 

ration's Manual and Form Book, complete, 
$-,*. 00. 

Coffee's Manual of llattallion Drill and Evolu' 
tions of the Line. <!0< . 

Also, Andrew's Hints to Company Officers, 
Trice 50^. Send in your orders to Merrill. 



AX ACT to Amonil un Art cntitlpilun 

Act to Mutboris*^ tlie llunuiu); ut 

Lurv** of I'atiU-. Ilf>r.«f a an«l ^ules, 

pttaaf*! .Vikrcit 7. I**j7. 

lie U e-uicteil hy the Leijislature of the State oj 
Minnei<>ttt .• 

Skctios 1. That Section three, of the .\ct en- 
titleil an Act to authorize the running ut larj;e of 
cittl', horses and mules, passed .^laroh seveutli 
(nil). elj;hteeu hundred and lifiy-seven (li«.*>7),be 
and is hereby amended so as lo read as follows : 

."iEC. a. Tlie provisions of I his act shall not be 
so conslrued as to authorize the runniriar at large 
of stallion over eighteen mouths old, bulls over one 
year old, or boars over four uionts old, nor uiiv 
uniinai Icnow n lo be breachy, and if the owner of 
aiiv such stallion, ball, boar or breac'^y animal, 
shall surter the same to run at large, he shall for- 
fi-it to the town ill w'hi<.'h the animal shall be so 
found at large, the sum ot two dillars f.»r each 
and every day such animal shall !><■ so at l.irge; 
aiul it siiall be the duty of the chairman of tho 
board of ."supervisors of such town, and he is 
hereby authori/.e<l and renuired to sue for and 
collect in his imnu of oin>;e such forfeiture in 
any Court having jurisdiction in sucli aclioii, and 
all moneys collected for such forfeitures, a't'-r de- 
ducting the expenses of such suit, shall lie paid 
into the town treasur) for the use of the common 
schools of said town. 

Sk<-. 4. If the chairman, when notilie<l hy any 

Cerson residing in the town that such stallion-, 
nils, foars or breachy cattle are running at large, 
he shall within twenty-four hnurs afier such no- 
tic, give notice to the owner .ir owners of sucli 
stallion, bull, boar, or breachy i-at tie; and if the 
ower or owners of sucli does not enclose the 
same, t!u' chairman of the lioard shall Imiueiliate- 
ly cause a suit to be brought against such owner 
or owners, ami any suei| suit po commenced shall 
const iiule and be ii lien upon the animal therein 
descr'Ited in favor of the plainlill'to the extent of 
the defendant's till" or interest tlierein. 

Ski-. r». If the chairman of the board is unabl<> 
to linil theown'-rof such prop<'rty, he shall cau*e 
the same to be iiuiiouiided for the term of three 
days, and if such proper' vis not claimed, he shall 
proceed to sell the .-'ume lit public auction by tirst 
giving notice by posting up written notices at 
three of the most public jdaces in said town, and 
after tlie sale deduct the line and expenses from 
the amount, and place the balance iu the hands of 
tlie town treasurer. 

.Skc r>. If the ownerof such property .«o sold, 
shall prove to the ciiairmau of the board within 
one jear from the sale, t!iat it was his or tlieir 
property, the chairman shall give to such owner 
or owners an order on the treasurer for the bal- 
ance of said amount as depo-ited by him. 

Sli<-. 7. If the chairman of said l»oaid of Su- 
piTvisors neclects to perform any of the duties 
as is rei|uired in this act, he shall ho liable ti a 
tine of live dollars for each refusal, and the per- 
son making the complaint may rue for the line in 
any court having jurisdiction, for his own lieiielit. 

Sk«-. s. This a-t shall take cR'ett and be in 
force on and after the lirst day oi March uext. ^ 

Approved, Eebruaxy ifi, lisoa. 



SENATE. 

St. Paul, Feb. irt, isci. 

riie Senate met pursuant to adjourniuent, and 
wi-i calleil to order by the Preshlent. 

Prayer by the I'haplain. 

i.N runni-erio.v ank first rf.adixo. 

Bv Mr. MII.I.EK, a memorial to Congress for 
unaddiiioual grant of lauds to aid in ihe con- 
struction of the Uoot Uiverand Southern .Minne- 
sota Kailroad Coiiipanv. Kead three times under 
a suspension of the rules, and passed. 

Hy .Mr. O rr.M.VX, to provide lor the laving oat 
ot a'-il.ite road from Lake City toUeeJ's fjiudiup 
in U'abashaw countv. 

House bill to authorize the Commissioners of 
Fillmori' county to Issue county orders bearing 
iuierist for Ihe payment of bounty to volunteers. 
Itead three tinn-s, and was passed. 

House bill to amend the charter of the city of 
St. Paul. Kead twice ami referred to the Itamsey 
countv delegation. 

Hoiise joint resolution relating to the selection 
of the land donated by Congress for the endow- 
ment of an agricultural and mechauical college. 

House memorial for the construction of a road 
from .Ni. Puiil, in .Minnesota, to the Pacilic coast. 

House bi!l lor an act to authorize the town of 
Kaveiiiia, iu Uakotacoiiiity, to raise money for the 
supiiort of Ihe poor of such town. 

House bill for an act lor the relief of certain 
persons having claims to the town site of Elk 
Citv. 

lioine bill for an act to amendchapter CO of the 
coni|iiled statutes. 

House bid relative lo the taking offish in Lake 
Mium. tonka or its tributaries. 
KKCOUTS. 

Mr. MILLER, troin the Committee on Change 
of Names reported favorably on the Senate bills to 
ch-inge the name of Frederick <i. Hale to Freder- 
ick a. Humes, and the names of Aun Jane Clark 
to that of Catherine Hack 

.Mr DAILEY from the Committee on Towns 
and Counties, reported back the petition of citi- 
/eus of Scott Cmmty to change the location of a 
State road in said county, and recommended the 
saiiii' lie on the table. 

.Mr. SMI ril, from the Special Committee, to 
whom was rt'imrti'd the petition of the i>eople of 
certain towiisliips iu Keuville county, to be an- 
nexed to .McLeod county, reported favorably ou 
the same by bill, which w-'as read. 

TilIRl> UEAniNU AND PASSAGF. 

Senate bill to change the name of Frederick G. 
H 11 lu-s, and constituting him heir-at-law of Aaron 
Humes and Maria his wife. Pas.sed. 

Senate bill changing the name of Ann Jane 
Clark to Catherine Hack, and constituting her 
lieir-a:-law of John Hack, of Goodhue county. 
Passcil. 

House bill relating to a change of the county 
seat of Fillmore couuty from Preston to Catiuto- 
na. Passed. 

CO.MMITTEK OF TlIK WHOLE. 
The Committee of the Whole, .Mr. Swift, In 
th» Chair, had under consideration a large num- 
ber of bills, which were duly gone througli with, 
and recommended to be pasted, and on the rising 
of the Committee the Senate a(ljourned. 
HULsE OF UEPUESEXTATIVES, 

The House met at half-past 9 o'clock. 

IXTROIJfCTIOX OF BILLS. 

By Mr. BACON'— A bill to unite two or more 
towns for township purposes into one town. 

SEX.VTK AMESIIMEXT. 

The bill providing for an appropriation of 



A lot winted— vacant, or willi business house 
ou it, on Third street— bet'.\eeu Wabashaw and 
Jacksoii-sts. Address liox 'J. J, stating lowest 
cash price and location^ J-'"' -' '^ 

1^ O T i C~~K . 

E.\CELSIOK liitE^'-EUY O.N PHALEN'.^ 
CULKK. 

All persons interested will take notice that said 
Brewery i- now iu full operation, and that :ul 
contracts lor Barley, Hops, or Stock of aii\ kind, 
for .aid Brewery, will be purchased by the under- 
signed, or Ai.divw Nessel, his (ieiierul Agent, no 
oilivr person having authority to make such pur- 
chases. Mr. A. K. helbr is autborizetl to s " 
or dellvei Beer, Ale, Kic, and to collect tonne all 
claims on >ales so made, but is not otherwise au- 
thorizeil to contract for said establishment. 

bt. I'aul, January 1st, In.:!. 

jan l-rtin LA WliEXCE XESSEL^ 

ip W". EDDY, 



]vr -A. c H I :v 

A SEWING MACHINE 
The People are perceiving th.it 

GrloTving I^epi'eseiitations are not >Xerit. 

That it is economy and w isdom to purchase only Sewing Machines of known pr.-.ctieal utility. 
THIS MACHINE IS PKOFITAULE AND AVAILAISLE A LIl E Tl.ME. 
An annual dividend of lOfi to .500 percent, (on itscost) may beobtsined in its use, by its possession. 
There are over '.!5,0"K> WH EELEK & \VIL.S<>N Maciiin.-s in use in tins ciuiitry :ii:(l Knr..i.e. 
It is the only Machine iu the world makiug the Lock-Siitch with the Itolaiuig Hook aiiu usii g tue 

The VvHEELKU & WILSON JIACIHNES arc right, and if they do uot operate well it is becausa 
people are not fully instructed iu their use. 

C^ALL MACniNKS AKE WAKRANTF.D, AND rUM. INSTr.CCTION.S f;tVr.N.,.£l 
All persons owning WIIilKLKU U WILSON M.VCHINES cin have them properly aiiju-ted.ond 
full instructions given in their use, tree of charge, by calling at the WHKI.LElt & W Il.'iO.^ 
in »OMS, ill the Greeuleaf Block, Third street, a few doors below the Post Oiiice. 

F. IVt. JOHIVSOZV, ^Vg^ent- 

St. Paul, Feb. 10th, lSf.3. ''^"•" 

S T ^ T E ]VI K :isr T 

OF TIIK CONDITION' OP TIIK 
OF BUOOKLYN, NEW YOItK, 

On the First Day of January, 1SG3, 

M-ade to the Treasurer of the State of Minnesota, pursuant to the Statute of that State. 



Greiicx>al Gi'oeci* 

AXri DKALKlt IX 

THE BESTFAMILY rilOVISlOIfS, 

FOUT STUEET, ST. PAIL, 
Keeps constantly on hand this best ol riugar s and 
Collee. 

The choio'st (Jreen and Black Teas. 

Stewart's and Uelcher's syrups. 

Tlie Is^st family hranus Flour. 

Dried fruits, I'ure W iuws, and Liquors for me- 
dicinal purposes. 

The besi i>airy Butter. 

Durkee's Spices. 

The ceh'braled Dandelion Coffee. 

I.aimb'« Hams and Ames' Dried Beef. 

Wooden and Eartheu Ware, ic, 
Which will be sold as low as tiie lowest and dt^ 
livered promptly, 

r K E E OF C U A R G E . 

Je2r dly 

FEV; BARRELS OF ClItJICE 



XAME AXD I.or.VTIOX. 

Tiie name of the Company is the "PluenixFire 
Insiir.iiice Company,'' and i ; iocate«l in the city 
of Brooklyn, county of Kings, Slate of Kew 
Vorl:. 

CAPITAL. 

The amount ot its Capital Stock tU'M.WiO.OO 

Tlie aiuouiitof iisC.tpital Stock paid up 200,000.00 
Aiiioiiut of surjihis ou hand January I, 

lM-.:j 327,2S-1.P5 

Total amount of capital and suridus. .3' 

.^SSliTS. — 

Cash in P.ank and on hand. 
Iteiil Estate unincumbered, ovyiie<l by 
the Company 1,111.53 



A 



•Tciiitoii Apples, 



AT 



f«b8 



TTNAM'S. 



Bonds and mortgages, biiing lirst liens 
on preperty in Brooklyn and New 
Vol k, worth, in each case, from 50 to 
l(iO).er cent, more than the amount 
loaiied. ...... ....................... 

Loans on demand, seeured by pledges of 
good liank and other corporation 
stocks as collaterals 

Unpaid tire pren.iuni-i, iu the course of 
collee:ion. all considered good 

Bills receivable lor premiums on inland 
iiav i.!;at ion risks 

Premiuiiis on inland uavigatiou risks iu 
haniis Oi .Vgeuts 

Interest ou bonds and loans, accrued but 
not due, and all drawing at the rjiia of 
7 per cent 

Bank or other corporation stock owned 
by the Company 

All" other securitie.'= 



MISCELLAXKOr.S. 

The greatest .imouut insured by any one risk, 
genendlv i?10.0O0. 

i he greatest amount allowed by the rules to be 
insured in any one city, town or village, is not 
iixed, t>eiiig governed by the character : imI con- 
stiuetioii of the buildings and the j'acilities for 
e.xtiiigiiisliint' tires. 

Tlie.irreat"s't2iiiou.'t allowed to be ins-uretl in any 
I Olio block, is governed iiy the clianicier and cou- 
I struction of the same, so as to avoii'. UM'.i^e con- 
,284.i-0 ! ceiitnitio!!. 

I This Comjianv was iecorpoi-nted inuler the Crn- 

,. I eral Insurance' Law of the Slate of New Yiiik, 
..,-..{,«/ .jJ m.,| obtained its cl::;rjcter or a^ i < f iiicorporiuioii 
Sepieinber 0, l.'si:!,aii attested < opy <f w hich i-> ou 
file in the Treasurer's < dtice of Minnesoln. 

.STEPHEN CKoWKLL. Prcs't. 
PHlLANDLi: SHAW,t«crei: !-y. 



1SO,920.50 

3'',722.C(I 
7,5S5.:S 

12,570.72 
3,179.02 



CITY OF IHtOOKLYX, ( ,, 
(-ouiity of Ivings, ) ' " 
Personally appeartd.ilds -JOth of .laiiunrr, isr.3, 
I f-'tephen Crow-eU.l'resiiieiit, mimI Ihilaiider >liaw, 
i Secret arv, of tlie Pliauix Fiie Insui-a-ce C< m- 
I jiany, of'Urooklyn, New Vorlc, and severally «:ad« 
oatli that the above statement, by tin lu subscii- 
; iM'd, is correct and true to the beti of their 
I knowledge and belief. 

[L. s.] K. v.". CKOV.'ELL, 

Notary Public, Kings County, N. Y. 



C,55<J.OO I 

I 
38,r,.'iO.W , 
1 1 ,:.i»ri.-,o ■ 



..$.yz7,'b-i.bO 



T 



lAPscorrs em i(i ration and 

E.\CH.\NGE OFFICE, 
3io. HO Mouth-St., A'ew York. 

For LETTK.KS of CitEDlf and DUAFTS on 
and PA.SsAtiES toaiidfioiii E.NGLAND, IKE- 
LAND and SCO TLAN D, apply to 

TAPSCOTT BU-'lllEliS & CO.. 

feW-3inw >o. sO South-st.. Ntw York. 

■j^ o u can g e t 

NEW DRIED CHERRIES, 

NEW DRIED PEACHES, 
NEW DRIED PLUMS, 

NEW DRIED APPLES, 
AND NEW FRESH RAISINS AND 
FIGS, AT 

Februaiy 7th, 1W.3. febS 

ISS GILL'S SCHOOL FOR 



Total Assets of the Company 

LIAniLITIF..<;. 

Losses adjusted and due. Fire Notliinp. 

" " " Murine Nothing. 

Losses adjusted and not due, Fire Ttothiii;;. 

'■ " " Marine Nothing. 

Losses unacyust(Hi and in siispeu:>e, await- 
ing proof-, Fin> §13,9-25.00 

Do uo 'i-iriiie 500.00 

Losses claimed but resisted by the Com- 
pany , Fire Notliing. 

Do 'do Marine Nothing. 

All other claims against the Company None. 



Total liabililice'.. 



$14,425.00 I 

THEO. E 



STATE OF 31TNNESOTA, J 
i KliA-vl ui.u'o Onici:. S 

The riKPiii.v Fire Iiisiiranco Cor^jriny, o 
Brooklyn, New York, having fully conijilied 
witii tiie requirements of an act eiititleu -'an 
act to amend an act entitled an :•« to regu- 
late Insuianci- Companies not incorporated by 
the St-ite of Jlinne^o'a," apprcxed tl.e six'h 
day <.f February, one thousand eii;ht hun- 
dred and sixty: I hereby certify that saiil 
Comjiany is authorized to'transact business iu 
this State. 

Witress my hand and sefd at the city of Saint 
Paul, tills tliinl day <.f February, one thousand 
eight hundred and sixty-three. 

[SEAL.] CUAS. SCHEFFEU, 

State 'J'reasurer. 
Per J. B. PowEi:, Deputy. 



C^ a 



febo-2w 



Agent, 
S T A- T E^5l 111 

OF THE CONDITION OF THE 



Paul. 



^^ T 



ho3j:e iisrsTJi^A]%CE co3i:i>-A.]vy, 

OF NEW YORK, 
On the First Day of Januarj^, 1863, 

Made to the Treasurer of thi; State of Minnesota, pursuant to the Statute of that State. 



M 



Prize PACKAOEsb / the (luantity, Photo^rraph- 
ic Albums, Pocket Inxstands, and lot* of Valen- 
tines at Merrill's. 






SALE. 



TIIK PP.ESS PUIfTING COMPANY having 
by the introduction o" steam Mathinerv, no fur- 
ther use for the folio ving Presses, oiTerihem for 
sale at low prices for cash. 

Grvxernwey JPi*ess, 

In p-Ji feet order, having averaged about 7,'HX) im- 
pressions daily up to November last. It »il 
print a form 29x^2, in'l one man can with ease 
work 500 Iter hour. 

RUGGLE'S JOB PRINTING ENGINE*, 

QuirtT Medium, priiting a form 12Vx9- Is in 
good order, and cap«ule of doing neat work very 
rapidly. 

Is put in motion w itii a crank by one band, and 
fed by the other. W dl print a formCx4>^. War- 
ranted a good Press. 

Smith I land I*i*es», 

Medium, 19x2(i. Is umple, quick, and powerfu 
in operation, and iu j;ood order. 



A^' 



CTION NOTICE 



Every Friday, at 11 o'clock, wo sell Dry Goods 
at Auction. 

Tlie tirst Saturda ' In every month we sell 
Horses. Cutters, Wajfons. ke., and every day at 
private sale, we sell ^i>ods cheaper than they can 
be boujiht elsewhere In <he State. 

FAlltCHILD & MARCH, 
Auction it Commission Merchant.*, 
febl5-2t 3d-st., sti lie block, next the Bridge. 



N 



O T I C E 



The undersigned have removed to Messrs. 
NicoU & Dean's Iroi Store on Third street. Par- 
ties having notes ornccounts payable at our office 
are re<iuested to call tnd settle the same immedi- 
ately. S. P. fc P. F. HODtiES. 

NbvemberSS. 18C2. nov2t;-4m 



A nCttOniAK, to thf HriiMte and 
HoHCv of nrpreamtatives of tUv 
MtMte of Yf liicuMain, coMrerniuy tUe 
Craaion to mnnraoti* of tl>« County 
of ItousrlM*, %Y i^coiiHin. 
To the Honorable the Senate awl House of lifp- 
rescntatires of the Stale of iriiconain, in .■!.<- 
senibljf met .■ 

Y'oiir memorialists, the Legislature of the State 
of Minnesota, re-peetfully represent, that citizens 
of Minnesota started and principally settled Doug- 
las county, Wisconsin, and now own probably the 
largest portion of the lands in that county: that 
the natural boundary line between the .states of 
Minnesota and Wisconsin is along the waters of 
the I'pper St. Croix Klver and Lake, and thence 
along the waters of the ilois Brule Uiver to Lake 
Sap'iior; that Douglas county is sef>arated from 
the Capital of Wisconsin by vast forests, and the 
only road from .Su^wrior. after reaching the .Slate 
line, (a distance ot fourteen miles,) runs through 
.Miiinefola to St. Paul, a distance of one hundred 
and forty-six miles; that St Paul is the point to 
wliich the inhabitants of .Superior look for aid in 
case of danger from Infllnns, for their mail facili- 
ties and iiewspapi'rs and telegraphs, and also 
principally for their supplies of tioiir, provisions, 
etcetera : and that for years jxist thev have been 
trying to obtain the necessary legislation iu or- 
der to b«< connected with the'State to which na- 
ture and Interest would seem to indicate they 
should be joiueil. 

Therefore, your memorialists would respectful- 
ly ask, that Commissioners be appbinted to act in 
conjunction with others from >Iinnesota, and lo- 
cate the boundary line along the waters of the 
Kppor St. Croix Kiver and Lake, and tho.se of the 
lirule to L."»ke Superior; an<l that the necessary 
legislation be enacted to enable the citizens with 
the territory of Douglas county to bo ti-ansferred 
to the State of .Minnesota. 
Approved February Ifi, 1803. 



JOI^TT IiESOI.l'TIOX Ifieliatinar to 
the W*e» of Uur\*jror» of th« Mchool 
Kiianda. 

Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Min- 
nesota, 

That t!ie Commissioner of Public Lands is here- 
by Instructed to allow the bills of the Surveyors 
employed to survey School Lands under the late 
apiiraisement of such lands at the rate of three 
dollars per day for the time certitied by the boani 
ot appraiser', and 'hat in all future surveva of 
School Lauds the compensation of th^* Surveyor 
shall l>e three dollars per day. 

Approved, February 7, iN'i."}. 



money for ri-pairing a bridge over the IJlue Earth 
river, having been amemh-d bv the Senate and 
returned to the House, was called up, and refer- 
red to a special committee of five, consisting of 
.Mes-rs. Wiswell, Murray, Waketield, Campbell 
and Iluey. 

SKXATE BILLS IN PROGRESS. 

A bill to rep<'al chapter 13 of the General Tjiws 
of lis o. providing lor the collection and publica- 
tion oi Statistics, was read a second time. 

1101>K BILUS IN 1MIOC.KESS. 

A bill to providi? for the publication of the Gen- 
eral lA\\\i in (ierinaii, was read a second time. 

A bill to amend sections 3 and 32 of chapter 70 
of (ieneral Laws of ls»-s), relating to .Summons 
anil notice to Defendant, was read a second time. 

A)bill lo provide for the collclion of all person- 
al property taxes by the Town and City Treasur- 
ers of the State, was reail a second time. 

A bill for the relief of certain persons having 
claims to the town site of Elk City, was read a 
third lime and passed. 

A bill to amend chapter f>0 of the compiled 
statutes, relating to the service of summons, was 
read a third time and passed. 

A memorial to Congress for the construction 
of a road from St. Paul to the Pacific coast, was 
read a third time and passed. 

A bill relating to the t'-atchlng ot fish in Lake 
Minnetonka, was read a third nine and passed. 

A bill to authorize the town of Kowena, in 
Dakota county to raise money for the support ol 
the poor in such town, wa* read a third time and 
|iassed. 

A joint resolution relating to the selection ot 
lands ilonated by an act of Congress for the en- 
dowment of a State Agricultural and Mechanical 
College. 

IX COMMITTEE OF TIIE WHOLE. 

The House went Into Committee of the Whole, 
and con»idere«l nearly all ou the file. 

A bill to amend an act to legalize the action of 
County Commissioners in appropriatinK money 
to soldiers, was recommended to be laid on tlie 
table. 

A bill to aid in the construction ot a bridge 
across .^aud Creek, in Scott county, was recom- 
mended to lie upon the table. 

The joint resolution authorizing the Governor 
tj call out the militia for the defence of the fron- 
tier, and to provide for the removal of the Win- 
nebago Indians, in case Congress fail lo provide 
therefor, was discussed at some length, and rec- 
orameniled that the committee report progress 
an 1 ask leave to sit agalu. 

f he bill proposing an amendment to the Con- 
stitution, providing for a biennial seasion of the 
Legislature, was considered and recommended 
for passage. 

When the Committee rose, and on ther^uestion 
of concurring In the report of the Committee, a 
division was made of the question so far as ro- 
laU:d to the bill providing for biennial sessions 
ofnie LegisDture, whereupon Mr. Smith moved 
to amend the report so that the bill should t>e iu- 
di.>liiiitely postponed, and the ayes and;nay« being 
called, the motion was lostbv ayes ts, nays 27. 

A motion to lay on the table was voted down. 

The bill was recommended to the Committee 
of the Wt olc for amendment. 

Mr. SMITH moved a division of the ques- 
tion of adopting the report of the Com- 
mittee on .Senate bill to improve the stock of 
horses in this State, and moved to amend the re 
port which w-as for lassage, by recommending the 
oill to be indeflnitef)- postponed. The yeas and 
nays were ordered, and tho amendment was 
adopted, yeas, 19, nays 18. 

Sir. KIDDEU raised the question of order, that 
it was not in order to postpone indefinitely a Sen- 
ate bill. 

The Chair decided that it was discourteous to 
postpone a Senate bill, but that it was not unpar- 
liamentary. 

Ipon the question of adopting the report aa 
amended, the motion was laid upon the table. 

Tin? remainder of the report of the Committee 
of the Whole was adopted. 

The House then adjourned. 



you:n^g^ ladies. 

The Thiid Term of the Seventh Annual Ses 
sion will coinmeuce ou ilONDAY, FEiH:L'AUY 
9th, IW-hJ. 

Tkkms. — .lunlor and Senior Department $10 per 
term; Priinar>,?5 per term. fel>i-lw 

ENLEY'S PATENT COFFEE-POT 



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N.VME AND LOCATION. 

The name of this C«mpauy is the Home Insurance Company, incorporated in 1853, and located iu 
the city of Kew York. 

CAPITAL. 



The capital of said Company, actually paid up in cash, is. 
The surplus on the 1st day of January. XiMi 



ei.oon,Of0.no 

C70.940.IH 



ToUl amount oi capital and surplus. 



.§i,o;o,'j40.o4 



ASSKTS. 



J. DENLEY begs to inform his friends, patrons 
and the public generally, thit he is now prepared 
to supply orders for his 

IVo^v Pivtent Coflee-Fot, 

With Cylinder and Strainer combined. 

It has already met with the auproval of numbers 
of the citizens of St. I'aul aun the Mate of .Min- 
nesota, and given very great satisfaction to all 
who have tested its good ijualities. Its me-han- 
ism is simple; it is convenii-ut, and produces 
strong and beautifully transparent Cotfee. 

A large assortment of .Stoves and Tin Ware on 
hand, Koger's Ulock, near the Uridge, 

jan27-4m Third-st.. St. Paul. 

^EW FLOUR AND GRAIN STORE. 

The 8ub8cril>er having taken the store rccentl> 

occupied by O. IS. Turrell, 

COLTER'S NEW BLOCK, JACKSOX-ST., 

Will keep constantly on hand all the 

Olioice Brantls oi" Floua* 

Brought to this market, which will be sold at the 

LOWEST CASH PRICE. 

Also, CORN, OATS, KYE AND BUCKWHEAT 
FLOUR, BRAN, SHORTS, 4c. 

We have now in store. Cataract Flour, Extra 
and Double Extra, North Star, City Mills, Brain- 
ard's Mills. 

49- Goods delivered free of charge. 

Jan3l-ly 

ALMORAL SKIRTS, 



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A HEHOni AI< to the Coag-rwaa of the 
United Mtaalea, to cxteasl the Beneflta 
of the Peaalon Kiawa of ISOl.'J, to the 
SnScrers Uj the hioHX raid. 

To the Senate and House of Representatives of 
, the United States of America. 

Y'our memorialists, the Legislature of the State 
of Slinuesota. would respecttully represent ; 
Tliat during the Utc ludlauraid, mauy of the 



t;^ 1 R E M E N ' S BALL. 

THE FIRE DEPARTMENT ASSOCIATION 
. of St. Paul, win give their 

Second, ^nnu-a^l Sail, 

On TUESDAY EVEXISG, February Vth, at 

MOZART HALL. 

L. H. EDDY, Chairman Com. of Arrangemsntr. 

FLOOR MAXAOERS: 

B. Presley, Jaa. King, 

Geo. W. Dart, J. >' aggenmillcr, 

P. O'Brien, F. Theobald. 



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Balmoral Skirts, 

SILK STRIPED. 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to the city, Juat received by Ex- 
press. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley's Hoop Skirts," 

Including tho favorite brands "Pride of the 
World," "FaTorlte Diamond," "Immovable 
Tape," Lace Gore, and a great Tariety of other 



styles, at 
dec27-lf 



HonA^ tfc CAmP's. 



4^ Music by Wagner's Band. 



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TNTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS. 

Post Office, Saint Pai'l, Mnni.. 
January 20th, 18G3. 

The undersigned is prepared to furnish U. S. 
INTERNAL TtEVENUE STAMPS at the fol- 
lowing rates, riz : 
In amounts less than $.'>0, at par. 
In amounts of f50 and up to (100,2 oerct. disc't. 
In amounts of ilOO and upward, 'i}i per ct. disc't. 

The discount will be paid in stamps. 

Orders will be promptly tilled, and forwarded 
by mail or express at the expense and risk of the 
purchaser. A recent amendment to the Revenue 
Law authorizes SUmps, (with the exception of 
those enumerated in Schedule C of the law, for 
Medicines, Preparations, Perfumery, &c..) to be 
used indiscriminately. Parties orderingwill only 
need to give the amount and den«minatiou of 
stamps desired, 

JanSl-lm CHAS. NICHOLS, P. M. 



$181,(521 2.1 

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5u,;26.J>o 

22J,C>27.5-> 
12,40(i.<iO 
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jo,:t.o.( 

21,00<J.M> 

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74o,744.52 

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35,:6r.v7 

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.$!,7;o,^'.■o.cs 

None. 

5;jO,ii:',!.5f< 

1 1 .NXi.OO 

l.3,i:t.J.0ii 

6.VJ.00 
None. 
None. 
None. 

$r6,54'.i04 
The greatest amount insured on any one risk is $",o,ofKj, but will not as a general rule exceed §10,C00. 
The 1,'ompany has no g"neral rule as to the amount allowed to be insured in .iny city, town, village 

or block iK'in" governed iu this matter, in each case, by the general character of buildings, width of 

streets, facilities for putting out tires, &c. 
An attested copy of the charter oract of incorporation accompanied a previous annual statement. 

STATE OF NEW YORK, \ 

City and Countv of New Y'ork, ) 
Charles J. Martin President, and John McGec, Secretary of the Home In.'urancp Company, being 
severally and duly sworn, depose and say, and each for himself says, that the foregoing i» a true, full 
and correct statement of the affairs of the said Corporation, and tiiat they are the above described 
officers thereof. (Signed.) CHARLES J. MARTIN, President. 

(Signed.) JOHN .McGUEE, Secretary. 

Subscribed and sworn, before me, this 24tli day of January, a. i>.. YMv.',. 
[L. s.] (Signed) J. U. V>ASUBURN, Notary Public. 

Know all men by these presents, that the TTome Insurance Company, of the city of Nevy Yoik, do 
hereby authorize any and all agents that said Company has or may heieslter have or aj.poiiit in the 
State of Minnesota, for and on behalf of said Company, to accept and acknowledge service of all 
process, whether mesne or final, in any action or proceeding against said t oini-aiiy, in any of tho 
Courts of said .State. And it is hereby admitted and agreed that said s<'rviceof the process aiore.s«id, 
shall be taken and lield to be valid »nil siitiicient in that behalf, tlu- same as if served upon said Com- 
pany according to th? laws and practice of said State, or any other State ; and all claims or right of 
error by reason of the manner of such 'en ice. is hen-by expressly waived aud relinquished. 

Witness our luind and seal of the Company, tliis 24th day of January, \t-''^\. 
[L. s.i (Signed.) CHAKLi S J. MARTIN, Presidctt. 

(Signed.) JOHN McGEE, Secretary. 



Amount of cash In Continental Bank, New York 

Amount of cash in liunds of Agents, and in course of transmission. 

Amount of unincumbered real estate. No 4 Wall street 

Amount of United States Treasury Notes, 7 3-10 market value 

Amount of I'nited States Registered Stock, ISSI, market value 

Amount of United States Registered Bonds, o--20, market value 

Amount of Missouri State Bonds, rt per cent., market value 

Amount of North Carolina Bonds, per cent., nuirket value 

Amount of Tennessee Bonds, C, per cent., market value 

Amount of Ohio, per cent., market value 

Aiiiount of Illinois, ti per cent., market value 

Amount of Brooklyn City Water Bonds, market value 

Amount of Bank Stock, market value 

Amount of loans on hoads aud mortgages, bein^ lirst lien of record on unincumbcied 
real estate, worth at least $l,4r.'l,500.(J0— rateol interest7 per wnl 

Amount of loins on stocks and bonds, payable on demand,— the laarketvalue of securi- 
ties jdedged at least S '73,a:{1.00 

Amount ot Government stamps on hand 

Amount of inland salvages, &c 

Amount of other miscellaneous items 

Amount due for premiums on policies issued at oflice...... 

Amount of bills rewivable for premiums on inland navigation risks, &.■■' 

luturest due, aud accrued but not due 

'fotal assets of the Company 

LLvnil-ITIKS. 

Amount of losses a4jUHted, and due and unpaid 

Amount of losses incurred, and in process of adjustment 

Amount of losses re|)orted,on which no action lias beeu tak<n 

Amount of claims for losses resisted by the Comjiany 

Amount of dividends declared and du< and unpaid 

.Vniount of dividends, either cash or scrip declared but not yet due 

Amount of money borrowed 

Amount of ah other existing claims ag-ainst the Company 

Total amount of lo.sscs, claims and liabilities. 



ss. 



STATE OF MINNE.SOTA, Titr..\si-BER's OFri<K. 
The Home Insurance Company, of New York, having fullv compli.-d with the requirements of an 
act entitled an "Act to regulate Insurance Companies not incorporated by the State of Minnesota." 
approved the sixth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and sixty; 1 hereby cer. ify that 
said company is authorized to transact business in this Stale. 
Witness my hand and seal at tho city of St. Paul, this 3d day of February, l.«i*p3. 

CHARLES sen EFFER, .state Treasurer. 
febC-2w I'er J. B. POWER, Deputy. 

BOI?,XJI» & O^^^JKES, Agents, St. I>aiil. 




POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 

DEALERS IS 

Cliina,G-lass & Crockerv 

PLATED WASK, 
TABLE CUTLERT. 

House FumislilnfiT Goods 

of every description. 
ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL, ] 
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Xy ANTED. 

Two experienced MOULDERS. 



None others 



need apply. Apply to 



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SCOTT & MORGAN, 

St. Antbonf, 



TF YOU W^VNT TO GET TIIE 
PRETTIEST BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

You ever saw, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMP'S. 

If you want to get the 

Best Hoop Skirt, 

You ever had, go to 

HOGAN & CAMP'S. 

If you want to get the 

Handsomeist I>i*cms, 

In town, go to ^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ 

In tux, anything you want to buy in the Dry 
Goods Line, 

HOGAN & CAMP'S 
dec27-tf is the place to buy It. 



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i.f[ \y.'f\\\ .•ir.vt;:ition tl>:»n anvntht'rln Mlnn»»- 

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iM:-v nml naval rMlair*. favor- 
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are pro^^css- 

r.A'i'.s i- h'.:innlnjr to dUplav the 
•• fTJU havn" .'.t N'-w Orl.'aii-^. 

IVi'iiiQat. it i-i s.".l>l, is a*si':jneil a eom- 
::,:::: In T.x->. 

An t \potVitlon iVom the annv ol' tlie 
r.itf.a e Ill's Iru'ci-n i:n tho oontrahantl 
tr . ', : . :w N II Marylami and Virfjiuia. 

Sf ::i !v.(\^'.;ri s havf lii'.'ii ailopted lor 
tlic M-.ppr.'<'ion it truerrilla warfare in 
^t'I«<tfi«i.-i. 

A ii:-tMt -'i fi\);ii Xaslnillo -laU.- iliat a 

• .f-icr- - -1 i; •% >>t t!-.'' St'fOll'l Miniu-snfn 
oiv.ilrv ha 1.1 >Ii'.rMu-h o.i tlu- l.'>lh. with 
tti-!-» r,>!iTn\rri*-; of Forest's conimanil. 
[']]>•' . oMivhTmliT-' (^f tiv lii.x-ka'l.ii;: 

- •'.•!rn I'll < "ivirli^^ton j>rono'ini'e the 

■ !■ >.::.>!i of lii>a!!r<\i:ar'l an I Inj::rr.- 
1 ; : . a-1 i:tr.!slti;;ateil f.us(>l;oo>i. 
^1 .Kit <r \\ il-i^'n !■= ri",Hirt'''l tj luvf 

- x] ! in ;\'isv.-lt t>> a ll•a•^tion propo-'ctl 
• ': I 1 a- c'liilriiian of tlu* riiiitary ron- 
-:; t e ■III- M.-n ■liaiiV n-porr of tlit- 
cm-ia :;i on tii. 1\ niu>ul.ir wouM sooulx- 

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i:u-a>ii;-.- tluit tlu- bank 



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l*tl. 

r ki>o\v that ihf Rt-pulvlifan 



- • ■ 1^ n >'>oitM'o!i' for tht' i<lio<y!iora-it'< 
. ;..ii. (■ l'.: rlfv. Ifit if it i< to U' In>I<; 
: i V. rytlun^j th^' Trihuvf 
s:;- - a:i I 1 t! (• i-pi.-'tulary ] latitiidi's o( 
H. f... V ■ .;,■.: -»■'• wliv 1 J»Tiio*'rat< t-an 
:• ,..,.i'. 1. .■•.iin>':iiti of I'lir Iiavin;x '~'f"' 
: ,;, : ,,•,■ '--! >\,\-: in ..ur rank.-;, wht-n 
t'l' rilia;? h»lf c^' ■'"■''■ whoh- par- 
ty. an>l aM th.-Ir I.';v'.in- ix-liii. Ian< a--.* in 
.•»riuiHl rt't"lHo'i a^rain-t tin- <iov.-rnnifnt. 
V. !)Ue nio»t ■•! ::; ■ vtii.*r and Ihuikoy lialt 
want to o '. ^» • i i\'- (irfclt-y. and tlx^y 
h.ive tlic Soutli. ;-n < \.•.l■'•■^Ma y .at-.l thr 
(■>.,.., .rhfatl:*. Til'- tliir.'fi! •»' i-; that 
t!. -v .^:k.u.so and j:i-tlly tl.»';i- ?.i'» -iMi nist 
..ii< ^, ati I tliat 2<>o'< irr'-'i} '- ronditional 
:::; ! i- iiitinjjent .ie'c-'sionis n. -o far Irotn 
f.iuiln^ a d;*dplc. ha- not t veti an apolo- 
gist In t'.' R pubrt. -an rank-'. Dool'ttle. 
t'se otluT day. in tho .'""'■nafe -pokf. we 
d 'ii'.'t not. tiio unanimous voice of Kc- 
puMican* e-.t-rywht'iv. in the ^ovi-n- i-t-n- 
aiire whiili ho jta-onl upon tho wild coun- 
srN of Grfloy. and lin-ehy has jpont --o 
much of hi:* tinv .xiiu-i' tin; I'rc-idcntial 
♦.leotlon in o.xpIainiuL: him-elt away that 
there \^ really, in a Ki'p'!bli<'an point of 
Tiew. little loft of him to ixplain. N'ev- 
crtl.t.;'-'? ( ire<l«-y is .■<u.«ceptibli' of an ex- 
planation if not of an apology. 

IL' is more of a humanitarian than a 
patriot, more of a '/"(■/;i««Tj/y than a states- 
n.an. Xo one <;'n question his sincere 
dtvotion to the 'I'liiun a.s tlie substantial 
embodiment of the national power .ind 
clifrnity :.;id pro-perity. But alas! he 
loves ;*, not liniitif-tiiitiingly, for it."* own 
s.ike. bit 1. r !:.s ulterior eei.nomieal and 
social utility, and lor what he thinks it 
worth as an iistrumeat of n.ational and 
in lividual d.-velopment. 

Mr. Gneley knew tlnat j-lavery Is and 
nlw^.vs has been t!ie only enemy of the 
Union ; that v.iihln its own area it s.aeri- 
fiecd without nierey. as it must or die, 
the .'rceilom of tlie press and of .♦•peech. and 
ibe s K-ial and materi.al prosperity of the 
pi'ople for the ag;;randi/ement of a slave- 
lioulin^ aristocraey, and that outside its 
own area it was from an inherent necessity 
and as an absolute eondition of its own 
tf.\i.stence — equally bent on subvcrtinjj the 
principles on which the Government was 
foimdetl anil on which thcfre*; institutions 
of the North are baseti; that it was hos- 
tile to all the essential eonditions of na- 
tional di'velopment, and for this reason 
to Ihe Union .and the Constitution which 
"uiranteed those conditions. He knew, 
aithe slavehoidinjj aristocracy knew, that 
in the Union it nui.-'t dominate or die ; 
tl;at tliC f.ie institutions of the North 
or those of tlic South mu.-t prevail or 
perish. lie knew, as they knew, thai 
with the triinnph of the llepublican party 
Iti 1800 and the restriction of slavery to 
its own area, its political supremacy in 
t':c nation was forever gone ; that its 
doom was sealed, .and that sooner or 
later It m ist be en^jilphcd in the rising 
tide of Democratic Idea.s. 

The Slaveholdiiig oligarchy had. how- 
ever, loii^ foreseen their downfall as a 
political power within the Union, and all 
their ollorts for thirty odd years had been 
licnt on preparing for the contingency. 
They had thererore evcr\ where held and 
taught the sovereignty of .States, and the 
light of secession, tdl nearly everywhere 
throughout the South the sentiment of na- 
tionality was extinct, or at most feeble. 
lieaten within the Union, they at once fell 
lack upon their old dogma of Disunion. 
Now, in answer to the Southern threat of 
l^Isunion by which the Slave power had 
long kept the North in abject subjection, 
!Mr. Greeley had been for years engaged 
in demonstrating that the Union was worth 
much more to the South than to the North 
•~tbat the North had within itself all the 



I tion — and that the South was completely 
dependent on Northern industry and 
Northern skill andcipital. 

So entirely persuaded was he of this, 
that when the Cotton States called their 
"■eicsslon eonventiens and threatened a 
disunion war. he tin tight that nothing but 
a little quiet seclusion wherein to weigh 
calmly the consequeaces of the step pro- 
posed w.-u" wanting to reconcile them to 
the existing afijtus. He re'rarde<l it as 
tM-rtain as any demonstration in IhK'lId. 
that it the pride of the South were net 
roused to a factlfio is hostility by a mer- 
aci' of coercion, that motives of self- 
interest would keep them in the Union : 
or, if they were (juietly allowed to go 
out, that the laws of trade would bring 
them back. Hence his willingness in the 
lall of INjO to perm t the secession of the 
Cotton States undi r the authority of a 
N'ation.al convention, rather than under- 
take a long and eypen-sive war to keep 
tliem in. and he unaoubtedly thought that 
tlic wittidrawal of slavery by .recession 
iiom the constitutio lal protection which 
it receivefl in the Union, would hasten 
tlie downfall of that institution, and still 
urther promote tin final restor.ition ol 
riie Union on conditions which would en- 
"■nre its perpetuity. For similar reasons, 
iloubtIe*s, he now fjlves a qii.alified or 
I'ontingent assent to an early termii;ation 
if the war, and hints at separation .as de- 
-irable if we are not ilecidetUy .«ticce«slid 
in putting down tlie rebellion bef»»re ■<um- 
mi;r. 

Now, at the bottom of all .his reasim- 
ing in the interest of secession, lies a 
monstrous fallacy which any child in the 
land who ever exploded a fire cracker in 
lionor of the national independeiu-e would 
5 <l once detect .and revolt asainst. as he 
>Ti»nld revolt against an autopsy of his 
living mother, and tli.it Is theas.sumptlon. 
ui assumption which implies the conces- 
-Ii>n «<soutially of the whole poiiit in dis- 
putf with tin- .">outh, that the Union />• 
,i-' it was at theniomcnt of it-* formation, 
in -rely a political etipeditnt — a bargain. 
a pact — which in.iy b ■ and ought to In- 
_<'i rid off accordin;:ly as It suits tlie iu- 
frrests or cou'enlenc*' of one or the other 
■ ■f the parties for tie time being. He 
ii.rgct- that the Union is only the»-nibodi- 
ittnt and correlative of sometl.ini,' higher. 
^r.indiT. holier than the Union — thk N.v- 
ii'iN — whitli is ihe sold, the \ital and 
immortal spirit of the Union — an<l that 
what wi" are figlitlng with the South for 
is not for the tlomlii ince of this ^^v that 
institution, of this or that construction of 
a constitut'onal quest o i, not even for the 
well being oi the natii i, but lor nationali- 
t.- Ustlf — or our < ountry .'imp'y and 
per se — o :r t-ountry through all an«l above 
•ill, our country — wiiether it brings us 
prosperity or adversity, oppression or 
trtodom — our country for Iti own price- 
l"-s sake, alw.iys and fonner. 

Mr. Greeley's recrnt utterances have 
[>ained the heart ol every loyal man, 
iliiefly from the appare'it lack which they 
display of this vitalh fund.amental attri- 
bute of good citi7.en^hip, this simple, im- 
questioning at»'>r putriiT — this .>upreine 



prideof nationality. whichyiehls upevery- 

tliing for its sake, and dies — its goo<l 
fi^ht fought — leaving itsde«tinyto God. 
IJiit we have already extended this .article 
l>eyondthe space we 'an alTord. ami must 
therefore postp«>ne nuch th.at we had de- 
sired to sav here. 

» ■ # « » 

Wii-I. the publish-T of Mr. Aldrich's 
paper please to inform us about what 
time, and under what particular law, Lu- 
11 an or divine, it became .settled that the 
Kditor of the PuKss, among all the wicked 
millions that inhabit (>od*s foot.- tool, was 
the sole, proi>er and legitimate object of 
newspaper abu^e.'' 

Also, to exhaust the subject, wdl he do 
us the favor to inlorm us further, for 
which of their angelic attributes Cvrus 
.Vldnch or A. J. Van Vorhes have 
become so far exalte 1 above the ordinary 
lot of their fellow-mortals as to claim a 
special and ]>eculiar wemption from that 
wholesome scrutiny, which it is the proper 
function of independent journals to ex- 
tend into the eonduc' of all put>llc olTicers 
and public affairs ? And if those impec- 
cable celestials hapj>en unfortunately to 
expose themselves to criticism in their 
sublunary olHciuI <'lwracter8, will they, or 
their friend.s, or some one, be gool 
enough to tell us what particular claim 
they, of all living otiicials, have upon 

the special forbearance of the Prk.xs? 

♦ « ♦ » » 

Major Mmi-iiv. of Shakopee, has 
been delivering au address before the 
Shakopee Lyceum upon a National Con- 
vention, and in favor of a speedy peace. 
It .'C -ms to have ma le a di'ep impression 
on the mind of the editor of the Arrpis, 
as he gives as an excuse for not noticing 
the production at length that he had for- 
gotten all about it. 

♦ « • « » 

Cmnmm Wrmm CMmi. 

Among the many revolutions produced 
by our civil war, not the least remarkable 
is the importation of cotton fabrics from 
China to America, of which f.act we are 
apprised by a tele{;raj>hic dispatch from 
San Francisco dated February oth. Ac- 
cording to this dispatch the ship F.mily 
IJaring had arrived it San Francisco from 
Shanghai, with seviin hundre«l bales of 
«lrills and sheetings from China, and ad- 
vices that hereafter our market will be 
liberally supplied with cotton goods from 
that quarter. Thi-ee large ships took 
cargoes of cotton from Japan to Eng- 
land during Deccmlier. The quality was 
rather inferior, but fine. Had any one 
predicted such a transaction as thi.s three 
years ago, he would have been considenKl 
a madman, vince, at that time China was 
on« of the most lud'atire markets for the 
clomenta of a first class inde^ ^dent na- sale of our cotton inanoiacturcs. 



<-0.^niTIO!r OF TXIE nEBKL 
FIX A XC; EM. 

The Eastern papers publish a lengthv 
report from Mr. Mcinmingcr, tho rebel 
Secretary of the Treasury, on the fin.an- 
clal condition of the Conleiler.acy. It is 
the fir.>t full (•.r^' •'• of the monet.ary af 
fairs of the rebtl States, .an<l as the solu- 
tion of the great tjuestions involved in tlie 
war, dep^'iid to a great extent upon the 
llnaiu-ial cniltirance of the two belliger- 
ents, Memmlnger's report therefore, is a 
paper of great importance. 

Tiic report embraces a period of .a lit- 
tle over ten months — from the 18th of 
Febniary to the 31st of December, At 
the former date there was a deficit ol 
$2('..4;;Lt..'.7-'. At the latter date this de- 
ficit had been paidoir.aad also .$41,727,.'j'_'2 
of the (loafing debt, while after defraying 
the current expenditure tho Tre.a-xtiry 
had snr-plus on hanrl of .*1 r,4 11,:»'.!7, of 
whit h two and .1 h.ilf millions were In 
gold an<l the b.alance in interest-bearing 
Ireastiry notes. The expemlitiire for 
tlie ten months and ten days embraced In 
the rcb»-l Treasurer's report was S-n"'.- 
.214,41.;. averagln:; >'>*,:i."i8,7t) f ; or, iii 
round numbers, about eight millions and 
on -third. 

Tlie receipts of the Confeilerate Trens- 
iiry are stated to be: from ta.xes .917.- 
;5:'iL',07[', from Treasury notes and loans 
.'?l;>l,,'».11,2f'2. an<l from niiscelhineoii> 
sources .>-:('». 172. ■"<*<:». The total rovt'nne 
was thu< !?4-'i7,8.V».074, wliich w. s not 
only sniJIcient for the current ex[>endi- 
tnre, but to p.ay .*(;.s.lbG..^94 of the pub- 
lic dfbt and leave, as we have st.ated, a 
balance of >il}.OU;).r««> In tlie hands of 
the Treasurer. In five months .*17.422,- 
]."<(» of Tnasiiiy notes were funded, be- 
ing an avcrap- of three and a half mlllion.- 
p<r month, Diiring the same period ti.e 
interest bearing Treasury note? inerca*-''!! 
from .•?22.7;>'.),1KH) to .*'lMl>,47('.,.'.'>i». Tl.'s 
larije iiicreasf fd Treasury iioles dlsposfil 
of by the Government '* ."^iVords," a« Mr. 
Meniininger thinks. ' ■satisfactory evideinf 
that the issue of them was a jmliclous 
measure." Hut what of the future. 

Th«' p'llille debt of the Conledera<'y. 
fioni tile eomineiKenient to the .".1st ol 
1 >eeember, 18C2, amounts to .<8 4 1:^ III.- 
.■'.t»7. To this must be ailded the esti- 
mates till .Inly 1 (.■?2:in,4:i."..7l;!) and th-' 
nndr.iwn apjtropriaiions (•**<l,s7'J,l'l:i), 
making logetiier, after deducting tlie bal- 
ance of sl4.!4f.;»07 In the Treasury, the 
<Mm of •*;io7.02I>.22l' to be raised In .''ome 
shape or other. The total debt on the 
1-t of July would thus .".momit to 
>!8i")l,:V10,,',r.«; — ore-third less than onr 
own war debt. Tin- Confederate cur- 
rency has expanded to abotit four hun- 
dred ainl twenty millions, including one 
hundred atid nine ami a half mlllloiis 
interest-bearing Treasury notes, ur mote 
than one-fourth of the wliole. 

The currency of the States now in th<' 
Confederacy is estimated to have been, 
liefore the w.ar, one hundred inilllons. 
the natural increase required in conse- 
qnence of the war is estimated .it fifty per 
(•••nt.. m.iking the wlndc currency now 
needed one hundred and fifty millions. 
.Vll that is in circulation .above this 
amount is redundant, and is the cait.'-e ol 
depreciation — a depreciation which, even 
without any new additions to the circula- 
tion, will 1m.' lontlnually increasing as 
time .advance.*, by an inevitable law, 
wliose full operation does not take cllect 
upon the currency at tlie time of expan- 
sion, but afterwards. Hut if the issues 
are doubled the «lepreciation will Ix- 
doultled, and thus the depreciation will 
increase till Confederate money Is as 
worthless as the old continenal notes and 
the French asslgnats. Our own money 
has depreciated so that a dollar In gold 
is worth a dolhirand sixty cnts in paper, 
•V gold dollar is worth two dollars ami 
twenty-live cents in Confederate money. 
As a test of the present depreciation, ilr, 
Memminger states that prices are in- 
flated to thrice their ordinary amount. 
But how Is the evil to be remedied? 

The rebel government, like our own, 
must have money. 

To raise the needed money, therefore, 
and at the same tITnc prevent the expan- 
sion of the currency, is the problem 
which Mr. Memminger proposes to .solve 
by the three following methods : 

Isf. A limitation iip«>n tfie ))r;vilppt* of fii'<iV 
inji tho notes isxiipd prior to tin* I>t <>1^ DeconilK»r 
U-f. 

•.Nl. A war tux upon ronl o«tato an<1 Inromo. 

:!<f. A giiarant''>' i)y tho <ii-v«>r>il ^^taf*»s. 

Such are the plans of the Confederate 
financiers. I'ut "the best lai<l plans of 
men .and mice aft gang aglee ;'' and when 
Secretary Memminger makes his next 
ri'port he will have, perhaps, a very ilif- 
ferent story to tell from that which he an- 
ticipates. 

• ■ » « ♦ 



A HperliMva 



•f John 
FMitb. 



Ball's Cood 



LATEST NEWS, 

I3;y Telegfi'apli. 



OUR SI'ECIAL DISPATCHES. 



Gen. McKinstry found guilty 

of the Charges Against 

him and Dismissed 

from the Service. 



Beauregard's Report of the Rais- 
ing of tho Charleston Block- 
ado a Falsehood. 



Kfl«>W>4 avo ITVIude in Con- 

«;i'«^«« to liill lli<* CoiJ- 

s»<»i*iptioii Bill. 



Gon. Fremont to have an Im- 
portant Comuand. 

COL, }I0MiOE SKURYilSHES WITil iloR- 
ilVN'S CAVALRY AND ROUTS THEM. 



I.\ISO»EC'nA.K'.<« .112.11 Y. 



Another jMovemont Against 
Vicksburg ia Preparation. 



REr.KI.S ITIIK ON' STEAMIJOATS. 



Xlio Ititliann IL.os:iHlj»tiii*o. 



lr.di.ina soldiers in the army of the Cuin- 
berl.Tinl. The (Jopperheads are greatly 
aLirmed in coiise(]ueJice of the inquiry by 
the U. S. Crand Jury into the c.vlstencc 
of the treasonable organlzatl'^n known as 
thcK. fl.C. 

The United States (.'Ircnit Cor.rf Is 
still in session. The six persons ar- 
rested in .Morgan county, for firing upon 
a body of soldl'-rs on the Ist of February, 
were brought into Court on .S.iturday and 
arral;jucd. Tiiev were eharired with con- 
spiracy against the flovernment. to which 
charge each jile.-id not ;;nllty. TI>e Court 
fi.\ed their bail at .?-',0i!O i.arli. The tri- 
al of these jiarties will be commenced 
some time this we«'k. Their names are 
David Wynck. Andrew .1. Terry, Win. 
Dllman,. Jacob Kap.alose, Henry Stelnvln. 
.and .Tno. Caldwell. 

During the last week two or three 
judgments were renden'd under the law 
confiscating tiie property of rebels. 

Col, Carringtou has arrested and sent 
to their rrgiments 489 deserters In the 
pist ten d.ays. Thirty of tbeni were a r- 
r^'sted in one count'. 



FROM WASHINGTOlSr. 



riTir.i'<>vo:xio3it in. IMilitary and 



Tho Copperheads Alarmed. 



Traitois Arraigned Before tho tJ. 
S. District Court. 

PROM WASHINGTON. 

Sp 'I'ial JM-pateU to \\>f Saint Pan! I'r.'.''*. 

^V.vsIII^•GTuJl, Februarv \c. 

General ^rcKIn-^fry has been found 
guilty of .-oine of the <.harge> against him, 
a id, : s ordered iiy the I'resident. has 
been ilismlssed from the service. 

A eertitlc.Ue has been signed by the 
command! r< of .nil cur vcssids on duty at 
Ciiarleston, anrl forwarded to the Navy 
De;iartment, denoum-ing the s'atetnents 
of Heaurcrard and the Engli>hand rrench 
ConsTils, .ibout tile breaking; of the l>lnck- 
ade, as an unwarrantable f.iI.»ehoo<l, This 
K.ives w!iat re;iutation for veiacity tiio-^e 
gent!en;en may have liithcrfo had in an 
e\et(dlngly pieeariuus position, 

TIu'Ili"j)nl(Iieansgaine<ia decided point 
iu the lIou«e to-dav bv carrvintr a re^olu- 
tion f >r .1 night sessjn.i from this time 
out. Hut for the jiassnge of ^'-ch a ro^o- 
Intion the Democrats, by <Iil.itory inn- 
tien<. cou!d have prevented action on hall 
the important mea.*urcs ol the session, 

SecMCt.iry Seward was on the floor of 
the Sen.'' '^ ■' . • 'or the first time this 
jession 'luring the debate on the conscrip- 
tio 1 bill. 

Indications lo-uay h.ire been that luke- 
warm Republicans wished to aid the Dem- 
or.its to kill the <'onscription bill by 
aninling it to death. Their eflbrts to 
get themselves exempted from service, 
namely, that Congressmen should not be 
subjected to ilraft, signally failed. 

The rr.'sideiit yesterday told General 
Fremont that he should speedily have an 
impoitant command. It is announced 
th's evening that he has already been as- 
sijnod to duty, but his destination has not 
yet tr.inspired. 

Gen. Foster has organized in North 
C. r j'ina a black Pioneer corps to uccom- 
p,iny each brigade. 

Tl OS ; who have served with them ^.ay 
th?y are fearless, and do work in advance 
with clliciencv. 



The Manchester Examiner ol the 'Jith 
lilt, publishes the correspondence be- 
tween our Minister at Lontlon, Mr, 
Adams, and K.irl Russell, in regard to 
the private Alab.ima. ilr, Adams fur- 
nished proof of the nature .and purpose 
ofthe ship on the 2r»d of day .Tuue .ind of 
siib.sequent dates ; the first word in reply 
wa.s on tlic2;W of Sept., when Earl Rus- 
sell e.xcused the del.iy by s.iying Ihat the 
law ofIicer« f I ilie Crown liad to be con- 
sulted, and their report was n'ndered. 
singularly enough, an the ver}* day th.it 
the Alabatna sailed. 

After she had gone. Instructions were 
eiven to intercept her at Cork, but of 
course she knew better than tostopthere, 
Tlie correspondence i« extended to Octo- 
ber 16th : Karl Russell making no further 
answer than to admit that the neutrality 
law could be easily evaded, but constant- 
ly reiterating that Iler Majesty's Govern- 
ment could not go beyond the letter of 
, statutes. And that ia all the satisfaction 
given. 



FROM ROSECRANS' ARMY. 

Spocial l>i.-j)!itch to the St. I'aul rress. 

5IiRFnKKsiior.f>. Feb. IC. 
On Thursday. Col. James Monroe, of 
the 12.)d, Illinois, General Reynolds'" Di- 
vision, took with him 2;)*) men of his own 
regiment, and 20 of Stokes' Tennessee 
Cavalry, and started out to break up the 
quarters of the enemy In the direction of 
Cainville, four miles from town. lie en- 
conntered a body of Rebel cavalry, be- 
longing to Morgan's command, five hun- 
dred strong. After a sluarp conflict he 
completely routed them. killing 20,woun('- 
ing a large number, and taking six prison- 
ers. He also captured .'>0 horses and 
destroyed nearly 300 stand of arms. 

The loyal a<hlre»s by the Ohio ofTicers 
still continues to meet the heartiest ap- 
proval of the troops, and I have not yet 
heard of a single man who refuses to sanc- 
tion it. Gen. Rosecans gave it his warm- 
C't approval. 

The lVnn«ylyania boys here have been 
sercn.i«ling Generals Rosecrans and Neg- 
ley with patriotic songs of their own com- 
posing. The letters of the Commanding 
General to the Ohio Legislature and the 
City Council of Cincinnati, are passed 
about from man to man. Increasing the 
admir.ition which soldiers entertain for 
their leaders. Throughout the army 
there Is an encouraging feeling of enthu- 
siasm and good will. 

The weather continues horrible, raining 
one day, and sunshine the next. 

It is definitely ^ascertained tliat Jno. 
Morgan's command of S,0<X) strong are 
near Corinth. 



FROM INDIANA. 

Special I>i«patcli to the .Saint Taiil Tren', 

IXDi.\XAroMs, Feb. IC. 

There was no quorum in either House 

to-day. The Mllltar)- Board bill has not 

been heard from since the reception of 

the loyal and patriotic resolutions of the 



PROM ST. LOUIS. 

Pt. Loui.«, Feb. !C. 
Spnpial I)i-7iatoli to tlio St. P.tiI Pr'^'i. 

Many prominent secessionists In North 
Missouri li.ive been notified that their 
lives and property will be hold responsi- 
ble for anv damaccs caused bv irut-rrilias, 
unless they can show that they discoun- 
tenance guerrillas, .and give notice to tho 
Union authorities of the proximity of 
rebels. 

Parties from Springfield represent 
another burst of activity among the troop« 
of the array of the frontier, in p.".eking 
of baggage, cooking extra rations, clean- 
ing guns, &C. Nobody pretends to know 
what it me.ms. 

General Davidson's divlflon, lately in 
Powell county, h.as been attacked. 

The iron-dad steamer Chickasaw will 
be launched to-morrow at Carondelet. 



FROM IOWA. 

Special Di.'patcti to tho St. Paul Pre*'^. 

Cr.nAn U vrins, Fcb'uary !«, 
An agreement has been entered Into bv 
the principal business men of Cedar Rap- 
lils, to discour.ige as far as possible the 
circulation of tho Chicago Times, Du- 
buque IlcralJ, and the Cincinnati Enqui- 
rer. 



OUR ASSOCI.\TED PRESS DISPATCHES. 



Xew Youk, Feb. 17, 
Gen, Foster left Laltimore yesterday 
for Port Royal. 



No Char-o in tho Dcpartn:cnt cf 
tho Pacific. 



r:^E.T;o.\Ts xru' tcjtsTi.ixi; 



Prospect that tho Sank Bin \rill 
Becomo a Lav. . 



eral rebel signal oiliccrs. Several vessels 
used in conveying supplies across the 
Potonuic, were captured .an J ,]cstroved. 



FROST MEMPHIS. 
!5j>ocial Dispatch to t'.io ."St. Paul I'ro's. 

>!i;Mri!i-:, r.b. r., vi.aC.\ii'.<>, I'cb. I.'.. 

The gt'.errlllas near V»'olf River Rriilgc, 
yesterday tore up the railroad track and 
burnt cotton. 

Gold here is worth seventy cents and 
cotton eighty eru!s. 

We have advices from Tazoo Pass to 
'tVedne.sday. The .-teauier ^Moderator, 
and a gunboat went up the bayou and 
fonufl the enemy on the b.anks wlio fired 
upon the Moderator, cutting oil one man's 
ear. We killed six of the enemy and 
i'uiml a number of ivgroes iu a starving 
< (uiditlon. an<l brontrht them awav. Thov 
:tre iio^v af M<'!npli'«'. 'I'Le gunboat n - 
main«'d up the Ikivo'.;. 

Another force is said f o be engaged in 
cutting t!ir>iigli the canal. comj»leting 
navig.itlon up the Tazoo Pas*. 
[.^jyoxn ni^r.iTcn.] 

:Mr-;riii>. IVb. i<:— :o P. :.r. 

.\dvices from Vlckslinrg to Friday, say 
that the C^ueen of the ^\'c^t has been sup- 
plied with coal, anil h.id gone on another 
e\pe<lItIon down tiie river. It is believed 
t'.iat a grand movemfut is to be comnienc- 
<d shortly, wdiich will put Vieksburg in 
our possession. The movement Is so 
formidable in character that It is certain of 
success. It is feared the cmmy may 
'•vaeii.ite befijre it Is fully brought out. 
The nature of tho movement is contr.a- 
I'lrVt. 

Tlie steamers Ed. V»'alsh .-.nd I'nif.re.'^s 
w(re fiix'd upon by the enemy .at Boliv.ar 
Landing, on Saturday, The rebels fired 
•'".'. rounds of shell, ami solid .shot, of 
which six took < fTeet. 

Win, IJiirk, flec'ic hand on the Ed. 
Walsh, was killed. 

Roth the Ed. W.alsh and Empress were 
injured but not seriously, 

TiiegTiboat. Rragg. lef: there only two 
hours b( lore. Th"ie were no signs of the 
enemy then. The Conestoga was sent to 
look after them. The enemy is supposed 
to lie Stark's Regiment, 

The nsage.'^ of civilized warfare 
were entirely disregarded in this in- 
stance. No sup.imons was made to sur- 
render, and no blank shot was fired. 
The ollicers cominanding the boat beliav- 
ed ;:allant!y, steaming through the r.aining 
ml.^sels, .and reaching here with little 
d.".m.ige, 

Rurkc — tiie man killed — 'eaves a v.Ife 
and family at St. Louis, 

A Mr, Hutchinson, from DanvIUc, Ky., 
was arrested by Confederates, near Her- 
nando, Miss., last week, wifli s>, belt 
round his body eont.aining $2.'».000 iu 
counterfeit Confeilerate notes. lie w^as 
tied up .and hange<l till de.id. 

The steamer, Vv'Iiite Cloud. h.as been 
tied up for contraband trading. 

Reported *' mortality " iu the rebel 
army at Vieksburg. is very great. 

It is thought the fiudin;: of the court 
martial iu c.a.«e of Thomas W. Knox. th<' 
!sew York Herald's corrrespondent, will 
be lenient. 



Washixgtox, Fib. ir, !?■<■.■'. « 

A better feeling c\Ists here rei;;'.iding 
military and naval aluiiis in cousefjuence 
of favorai>ie accounts from all qtiarters. 

No cliarige in the Department of the 
Pa<'ilic is eontemplateil. 

We have the it-st antliorlty for .«.aylng 
tliat Gen. ShIcMs will not be sent to su- 
percede Wright, as reported. 

Fremont's new connnnnd is said to l;e 
Texas, and entirely indeji •ndeut oi the 
Gulf. This change, it is a.sccrtaineil. is 
made by Fremont's friends, a:id .-emls 
Ilutler back to New Orleaiis. 

v.'.\>i!i.N-(,iox, r. ;•. :(•. 

Tiie 7in><:s special says : The ways r<v.<\ 
means committee will report, the bank 
ii'.l as It j>asseil the Siiuite. The Si nate 
amendment to tlie loan l>iH will iiecon- 
slilered by the eor.inilttee to-r.iorrow, and 
at au early «!ay be reported Ij.iek to the 
House. It will be acred upon in the .nb- 
senee ofthe bank bill. It is <onceiled now 
Iiy the ojipnuent.* of tlie l.r.iik bill that It 
will beconii- a law. They admit, aho. 
•liat the .Senate amendment to the finance 
liill. taxing the banks, wiil be retained, 
ahhoi'gh the lioc.-e v.ill at first strike I .. 
«.'i:t. 

'J 'he report that (Jen. Sherman is in 
this city is .III error. There is no reascji 
lor supposing that I'.e Is absent from his 
<-ommaud. 



IBEI'O-BT or TUT. E»ff:r«I.'..*>8 !,.aX5 

Nu'.v Vos;-:, ri-!>. ::. 
A \Vn«hmgtoii letter r«rtho l(5lh s.iys. 
Senator WiI>on st;'fefl i In (ie';:'ie in an- 
swer to a ipicstion a'ldrersed to him. as 
Cliairman of the inliitarv cinnniittee, that 
the ri'|>ort of Gen. Met. leliau on the Pen- 
insular campaign will .«oou be made pu'u- 
lic. 

.'sons: f.ii»ri isr"* rrv Tr;r 

A I. ADA Til. 

X':w Yo«!\Fi'j. \r. 
Ad>I(es from Fort au Prince say tliat 
the Alabama made two or three new pri- 
r.es iu .six d.ays al'i"r slie h-lt Kingston, 
'i'iie news was received l>y llxpress from 
.hmaica. an J it w;is .iddiu rli.-it two Con- 
tains of Ameriean vessels were laiii'ed by 
steamers. 



Xk'.v Y.t;:K, F ■!>: : ". 

Nothing of importance was reported 
yesterday of niilltaiy movements in the 
army of the Potomai-. 

The Herald's corresj'ondcnt from Port 
Royal s.ays .«-oinediln('uIry ocmired as to 
til' ilglit of eoumiand of trooj>s of Fos- 
ter's e.Njiedit Ion lo tha*^ pI.T-'. Tlie latter 
oKicer insists that, although v. ii!:in tl;" 
j'.irlsdiellon of Gener.al Hunter' .-; irillltary 
district, the su;)reme eoni'nand of hi-^ ov.n 
men still rested on himself, .?«• lieln:; a 
portion ofthe l.'^th army <'or;»s ; but Hun- 
ter iiuestlons this bv assumiiiir command 
ol losters troops, li-gariiii;:; tnem as re- 
ini'or.>ements to the luth army corps, of 
w!iich hn is chief, .ind rcjuiring General 
N''w])erry to report to him, 

.lidVM rsso.'n €'iiA35i.s:.tiro.\. 

llr.vixirAnruKs Au.vv <>•■ tiik Fotomac, ; 
Ffbrisary r.tl.— io e. v. i 

The jlerahVs special .'^^.ays — Rieiimond 
pa]>ers ol the lith Inst., just reeelvfd. 
CO ifalns news Iroiif Charleston to the ]:'>th, 

Tlie French war steam-r Milan passed 
our bar ye^terday from ISaltlinore-, bouml 
to Port iioyal, Sh-jis exptefed here this 
wcf'k. 

TIio frigate Iror.-ide? ju.iintains her 
po>ition permanently among tlie bloek- 
adi:ig s(ji'adron, oU' ("hiM-lestun. 

-V Vaiikeepi'ket wa? capti!rc<i Vv'cdnes- 
d:iy eveiiinj:, by our scouts, on llllron 
Head Island, Ho contlTm-^ ilie iut'-lJi- 
f:«'iiee In regard to au attack on Ch.arles- 
tfii!. and thinks it wll! be made .'Con. 

The bill authorizing tlie impressing of 
slaves and prttperty for the use of thr 
army. p.assed, and resolutions adojiied in- 
striictinjr the committee on the iudiclaiv 
to ivport a bill for jirovidlrg lor the sale 
of all negroes taken in arms against the 
Confederacy, tlie jtroei'fils to Xr^ di\ided 
•imong the capturer-^. 

Xkw YcI'K, ''c'lnisry 17. 

The steamer Creole. \'roi\\ New < 'r- 
leans on tlie Hth, has arrived. Panics has 
issued an order suspemling navigallon on 
the MIs>i.'<sii>j>i to vessels exclusive'y v'.\- 
gaged in jmvate trade. «:c;'ept tliose en- 
gaged cn;istwise, or iu foreign coni'iurce, 
AUo, prohibiting the fo-'-eelosure of luoit- 
gagt's against citizen.-;, exemjiling tie 
]iroperty of loyal elti/.ens lium f.)reed 
sale as to debts and oblig.at:on3 incurred 
at a su'iscipi'iit date to tiiis order, which 
shall li.Tve remained uneclierted fjr si.\ 
months. 



B'JBO.Tl. ,>ANII« M£.I.r. 

?; •.s.iv;i-m:, I'lli. I'". 
Yesterd.iy a foraging party of the 2d 
Minnesota. .Steilman'.^ brigade, cai'ij-'d 
iH-ar Nolinsville, had a severe skirmish 
with two companies of loresl's «'ommand. 
Our men killed .*) and wonnd<'d .'», tie- lat- 
ter were taken prisoiar-. Tlie balai ee 
ofthe rebels escaped. Immense siipplie.s; 
are cotistantly beieg forwarded to I lie 
army i>y railroad. It is fruarucd along the 
entire route to *durrree.>boro. Skirml.>l.- 
ing (Lilly occurs between pickets. Cars 
on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad 
are now runnin 



regular. 



mO.-n TUE AllTIV CF TSCi: 
l*OXO.tIAC. 

IlEAi>QVAi:ri;r.« Ar.mv ok the Potosi.u:, I 

February H'ili, \^-^. | 

Two expeditions just returned report 
satisfactory results. 

The contrabaiul trafi'e between the 
rebels of Maryland and ^'irg!nia is broken 
up, also preventing the enforcement ol 
the rebel con«ciption taking place In 
counties on the neck, A large quantity 
ol proviuions and a number ol horses and 
mules were seized. 

A large number of contrabands returned 
with the expedlt'onary party. 

Among the captures were two Lirgo 
mail bags, several citizens engaged in 
smuggling, some rebel soldiers, and scv- 



COXGRESSIONAL rROCLEDINGS. 

V.'as:iixc;tox, r.I;rrary ir,. 

Sr.vvrr. — The Senate -ontlnued the 
discussion ofthe Coii.seription bill. 

Mr. W iikinson renewed the amemlment 
to exc' pt nieml.'ers of Congress, llt- 
jeeted. lii to 2(>. 

I\ir. ?vIeDougal ofiured an amendmeat, 
•vhicli was .adopted, including citizens of 
foreign birth who niny h.ave declared their 
intention to become citlzen.s. 

^Ir. Kin;^ renewed the amendment to 
e:cenipt Governuis of States, which was 
adopted. 

At li' o'clock the bill passed the Senate. 
AVasuinv; rox, F-bnmry 17. 

Si:.\at::.— Missr.^. l-'oote. Davis. Col- 
la!ne-, and Howe, presented i>etitions for 
a camp hospit:iI ambulance co:ps. 

Mr. King presenteil .•> petition .asking 
for eqe.al pri\i!ei't.s to ail telegi.aph com" 
panic.-. 

Jlr. Collamer, from the Judlc'arv Com- 
'.'-littee.rej.orted a joint resolution author- 
izing tliv collection cf foreign postage in 

.;\Ir. V.'ilson. from the Military Coni- 
imt;* cMvported back ih bilireorganiziu"^ 
an engjnver eorj's. 

?dr. Trumb;id <alh-d nn the bill to pre- 
vent agents of the <iovernm<'nt. as well 
.as members of Congress and ollicers ot 
:l:e Govcriiiner.t. from t;ikln;i any consid- 
eration. ]>!:ire ollieeor eoiifract." Pa.«sed. 

Mr. Howard called i:p the bill dividin- 
-Michigan ii-to two judicial districts, and 
regiiLitinir tin. time ol hohling courts. 

_Mr. Triimbnll opposeil tlie bill. Aflcr 
diseussl<in the bill was po.stpoiicd, • 



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.St. Paii.. Tar'g.hr, F.-b. ir, 
Th-^ Priuiic met piirsi!:nit to ar jonrainont, anl 
w:^« r:il!o 1 |„ fMMcr I>y tin- I'n'si.iont. 
Pr.;y<'r by tlK" riiajiLm!, Kfv. ,1. « »."i;iftj_ 
i.vT!:ojii( i:...N A.vn rir.^T uicakin*;. 

r,y :.I,~. i:.\I.I»;.VlN_Ali:i fovan actiurela 
..lin t'l .'n-e .-sciiool.^ in ."iliniicajjoii*. 

i:i:!-oi:ts. 

Xr. ^■■'.VI;T, from t'li' cotnin'tiee on tiiojud 
ri-.ry,r,.p,.,tpil t.i< ..rr.i.Jy,.,, ,'„. \.\\\ tcam.-nu s.- i- 
tion A, fliap'cr :.f. n-lafii!;.' to sm!»>^ nf laudu b v 
■ •.v-'riiti,r-.:.^:!iiii)i'iruor- !ii!'i ^.'-iinnjijin-i. 

-ur. .'^ A.-Il.lnin tin' ^;lIlll■ coiit'rine'-, repo-t(»< 
i"iivi)r;i>f> 0!i rh-' l>i!i J..r:oi art ti. anicml ..-cioi" 
.!. r-f.-:i:!pt. r tt. rel-MJng to ihe j;iwu<'iit olh jre- 
I'i'i of deivaijffi ;•«'^^on■'. 

STAT!: l'tAI::> or AUOTTOIIS. 

Mr. DAILKV. fro->» t!i" rr.mnUtee of ronC'r- 
' n..' on tlif part of llio .s. nut"', ninr).- a ro| ort on 
!:i.' .'ill f.'i- till- ••ipctii.n il':) l;> aril of .staiM Au<!i- 
t'lis loatljtt.'St tile oiift;oi'lin}» cl:ii'ii< njiHinst tho 
.■■t:itt'oi yocoiint of til.' liiili.!!! W'.nr, ami rt-con- 
••i iiiirtii" loatt.T of <1isn-r(tno;if lii-twofn th- 
T •.•.<» ll..us.'^. Tii,. r.i>.>rt wa-i ii'ioptHil. sn<l Tli« 
I'll, .-.i.-r iiiiiiiiroii- vici--.uia..-s, via^ uuMw 
jia-seiJ. • 

TTIIIUT.'CADINr; .•.:ct» r.'.ssAc;::. 

i;(>e<-.> : III to :!!ii.>n.l f;..' >ii;,j;c .-tatut"-- rXatIv*' 
e) jH'tit juror.^. jiroviriir.-r tliat tli<» iiunilj.>r of 
;;ir'.rs <;r.iw n sli;i;i in iiuo-dt«.> excr 'd tWfnt>-l"oiir 
I ns-ic'l — ayr»- i:;, n e-; -,*. 

^!l<n!_-f l.;;i to aifli'irizo \\i,-> oommis»:onor« of 
V.';--iliiii;r-uu rn-!iitv v> i--r«' Iw.niN to Tii.- 
niii'.iiiit ot >?n,<i(ri tofjiid cnain d<-bts of .<:a!<t 
lo. ttly. |':'!-v(.o. 

itoiisp ;iill to f«tabJish j:it> ^r'ico of ndvortisin? 
f >:t!ii' M;if Dcpartni'Mit. ).<.-t— avts 0, nava i", 
i.ir want of a con<titiific>n:iI iii-iiorltv. 

Ii..ii-cl>ill for III' roIiW ofsWio J ili-trict Xo. '.6 
I:i f;irjiS:ir'll coiiity. J'a'.«''i|. 

ni:w>i;Eo\i:i:r.i.rK i.ai;tu n:vi:r;. 
\ i!\'^s-a!;p w.-.u ri'civffl from the liovornor 
ti-nn-iiiittiii^ a I'l.triiiiunii'atioii fn.iM Prij.TKlii-r 
lii'ii-ra! .-i.'il.-y >ta::ii- tliaT a .ii--j.at''!i li-i.i U-en 
r.".-' ivcri l.y liini from ilip <^iii>n(»riiia-t<T (Ji-nrnil 
aiieoiiiH-iiifffJi'it tlif t(ri.!.T"ov.r !::!i'' l-;>r'li ifv.'r 
sr till- cros.aiiijj of tli" Xcndola and I'd;; .■s-oux 
road won; 1 u,; r.-p.ured by the Uenem: (joxern- 
ni. at. 

Pol,!. TA". 
Tip IIo'.i- p bill Jevyinpr a tax of one OoIIar U'on 
I':!'-:! vot-T in rlii-i Mate. .soMiprs pxci -iti-i!, t as 
ii'.i'ipr I'oii Mi-raijoii ill ooniiiiittcf of tl'ip i«'hol'p, 
nnd d. IniT.-ii al >t\n,o l"u^L'tli.and coino iiiraatorJal 
.in-iiliiiciit- :!i;..i.r.d. < ii Imp ri^iiiff oi tlip poni- 
iidppp tin- bill va-! onlpFPd to a taird leading 
and the .>euale ailjouriied, ' 

HOUSE CM" iti:pi:r.,s::xTATivF.?. 

TtcsUAY, Feb. ir, ISCC. 

CLAIMS. 

TliP ••'..tiin of il. W. Hoilev, of flmttipid. for 
Iiti:irnif.',wa,< t.f.-ircd to tbp ( ■..uiuiltlpo on Claims. 
3:i: pours. 

Mr. ".A'O.V, f-oni ('nnimit'pp on Town' -nd 
*.'o.;iili.'^. rpj>ort"-d b.irk tin- bill fo rpii'-al ^»»ction 
'.', cJiapiPi- i.';: of tii.' n-jralar Jaw-, witli a r Tom- 
!!i 'iiilatlon iliat it h • laid oa the lub.'i-. Iho luo- 
:io;i w«« p.tiirnrip'i ii«. 

.Mr. .v.MIl 11, froM tlip Sporla! Commitfpo, r-- 
ji'iiU'd a bill in f.ivor oi' rptnoviii;; tlip pountv >••!•♦ 
if rbi.«i;;o I'otiii'y I'roin ("li-iiviT" <'iiv to la'vJor's 
r.\!l-', p oviiifd a iiijjorit} of tbpijsmii'lfd plertors 
-ii.i'I, at a »pp''io! pjfoiion, Viitp tlipr. for Itiil.'S 
-ii.-ui-nili-.l and bill r««ad a y.-cond aiid t.iird time 
a: li ;)as-< «1. 

v.:\.\.-i iNTKoni.c!::>. 

y.\ Mi:>I)!;it, finn the .Spprfa! <'ommIttPP ap- 
p'lliit'-d to take uH"i con?.id<ratioii t.'ie irmou- 
«t;-:i!P" of I£. i;, Wilpy a>'d oiIiit« aga n-t 
L^at'Rins l!!'- l>oniidiri.'«' o| thp 'inird Ward 1 t 
.■>!. I'a'U, r.-pcripd that thrrp va- no .■inch j lopo- 
• ifi.oi Iwior- the Hoiisp. a;.u tl;at tl»c'r.-fore tbt-y 
Loiild not t;ikp "iny «c;ion tlpTP'i". 

.\ip. i ll.\ fi 'HKIt. f-oni a >p-"';nl foTntnitfpp 
iin lloas" fil-' .No i'..' — a biil to ani.-iid an act to 

'w:abii*li a roail fr"in Cnnnon Fad- to >t. pan; 

siibm: t, .; a Miajoiify rpptnr on tiip bill, rccuin- 
iii(';iilif;r a irplp'inl.i' j.o.-ijion* ni'*nt. 

.Mr. II .VYI-> prpspiiT-'d a ininoriiy report, re- 
ooinni.-inlii'jr it- jias-a^". 

< >n niotioii, both i-pport.^ were ordered to liP 
on tliP tfXiii;. 

y.v. IIAVK'. from tli.-> CoTntiiittPP on .'M;i;;nrr 
,\ii Mr> to whom u:i» pfTrp't a bill of An^oii 
.Nioili' II air^ihi-r tiip L'liitCil.-taiPS.subnKttpd tho 
;<.!:'>« ii"/ fiioi t : 

ll;p < ii'iiiol'.pp b'';: ;o::vp to rpport that tliPv 
.'iaiP bad tiip sa'i i'Uiid(.r''on!'i'?priiiion and w-jiild 
.U7;.''»^i lli.u ilip.-ta?«' of .\!iiu p>..t.i i-i not at tin; 
jii 1 » 'lit liiiip " 'ijd pnout.'!i" nor " big iiioi'gh" ii> 
p;-.v L'url,' Savr.'i bi!!-. and r. coinniPiid that the 
i.-:ii;'.iaLl luivp lpn\Plo wil"dr->w bis c!. dm. 
iiii.i.s i:;ri:oi>i<Ki>. 

;:y :.Tr. t>AVI>, a Mil fn f.e ir of puolMiinff a 
pniiipli!*-' !>■•!!■• .^orwi-;:!]! Mtii'ii.ipp.Hndcirciila- 
A-\: lo.iMio copjps in .Norway lor Mip iiiforniitio-i 
i.riiiiini'.'iart-. l;';'ci a t r>t iiiup aud rpfeirod to 
I oiiinni.pp of t!i" V^'IioIp. 

• •.% rdr. TJlATCIIFi;, from the CoTiriittP'' on 
rnx'p?, a biil to ;.n.vi.> fur lup cdlt'ctiou and 
a«-p-MOPnt of Sta'p Tsixp^. 

If -Mr. .-s.MFf I!, a bill for an I'f: *o prorldi» a 
l>Jct:on:d S-atP L uriency. IMcrif d to <.oiumittPo 
on .) e'ii'iary. 

r.y ,'dr. WAIT, a MH fir a!i act for tlip r' lipf of 
fii.' M-'.iool Ip'itb.r III >ijtPis of «'harifv in •!)'• 
lo'vn of .•»!. < I HI'!. IJpr-rrpd to tiie deipgat.ou 
Irom Stpr.ri" popnty. 

IS '!i-. WonD.a biIlf»ri!iPi ro-p'^ion of flicep 
r::! to j.Tovid.' Ii.r tlip taxation of dopr-. 

J'.y .Ml-. .\r>Ti.N', a bill lor :!ii apt to ai'thorirp 
tl:-' lown of i*l» rpontli. in Ib-smppin rountv, f o 
li-\y aisix to proviilp for a b ii!i:ty lo voliiiir«>«'r>>. 

liy .\!r. .Alt IJI.'.VV. a bill ii iplerpufc to th<» 
IJmIp F.i 1* 'leiiCicMriiig < 'onijrtiiiy. Uefctr«d 
til tlse tloiiiniKlcp ot" tlip Whole. 
KEsOLtTTIoxs. 

Mr. P,!tr.'=5r':.V o;:pr'd rp.<o!tition« condpmna- 
toiy (if t'i'MiirriUcy schcine ofthe .Secretarv of 
tliv Irpa^ury. 

.\ Ion- and animated •'.;-cii-"^:(-.n ensupf'., and 
rajioiij proposifioi.H and aiupiidinput* *ere 
ni id.'. 

Tlipfiue.stlon Jiavinj»l>fpn put 35 to living t!ip 
rP>oImions <;n ttn- tablo witlioor printiiip, the 
yei!- and nays w.TPcall.^d for. j>inrtinf: «hich a 
i-!i!I of ibp Hon?«' wa- orderpd and tiiP roll callpd, 
wlipii >Tpst». J!iipI1 and T<»ylor wpre dp- 
cHrp-l ab-rnt. FurtliPr prfWH^iuigj und^r th»» 
ot'.ll w(?rp di.«; Pn«"d with, ano tlip ■ pas and na^ « 
pallpd "n ti:p ni'ition for ta.'iiin? llip r-'olut onf, 
wIpii °.'I ^oTl'd in tliP atlirinativp ahd ]U agniiMt. 
JSo tlip r lioiutioiis wpn- tahjpd, 

ilr. TH.VlXilKUoatMtdihe following resolu- 
tion : 

J:,x<:',ri^il, T?iat tliP ro:ntnilfpeon Fdiiration bi' 
iu«triu-t <l to iuii'iirp wlictliPr the amount of 
j^cliool nioiii'> to Im> di.iTrlbiitPda!nong tlip school 
liiflriMs of tlip sti'tp from thp gpiipral school 
fund of t'.ip ."^latP, will not j!i«tity a r»»dii<nion of 
the ainunnt of -Ciiool ta.-v rpijiiirpd by law tu be 
a:<.ii.<«pd bv the Connty Conimisaioner* of tlip 
Kpvpral Pountip'J i-f the' State In th«« ye«r 186.1, 
f oMi two mil;.'' to oiip and half milN' npon the 
dollar of val-af 'on pf proportv. Adopted. 

On p". '.ion of Mr, i»».llUAY, ttie Hoasc ad- 
journed. 



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T*-»Mit:-l>.\U.\ I'Ki !4v iiiiil. !?>.<>i' I"'"" 

aiuiani. ••!■ .-v p. r uio.ili; <.i \i.iii:-i in ii.h-i'ii't. 

rifl-UTKKI.V I'UKSS— C> p.>r:iniii!iii: :«--"' 

J.>,- MX iii..iuh!«: Ol.::. rarlhiviMii.uitli-; livetoj.- 



Coctoa Bay tn«r Nbut Off. | 

Shortly aftt-r (Ion (i rant arrived ami 
assmiioil i-onitiianil »)f the army near ) 
Virksbiir;;, he w:is .ipplied to by one ot i 
thr swarm ol eotton <i>eeiilators for a por- ) 
niit to l)iiv eotton. (ien. (Irant n-iilieil i 
t!i.it lit- ir,,ul'l Hot ifice any mu-h pnmis- 
.si<.;j until lifter the rcdiu'lion of' Vicks- 
Ijitrij; tlut he wonhl ])ermit no trade lobe 
earrietl on witliin his lines while the sjejre 
lasted, believing it ta be demoralizin'^ to 



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__.\i]j;. ;.■!.: i iii,, r.il riiniell oi 
tiikv \v.i- v-\>-~ U-::. >! lii.- aiiiiiKil rei>ort. 






wr.KKI.Y I'ICKSS— t»n.« e.'i>y. «•>»• yarri':; i • , i i . 

jivi' ur liior-, sii.."'» vurii ; tini .t mon-. in oiu- a !• an ariuy, anu prouueiive ol no ;;ood wuat- 

.■ ; ever, exivpt to a le\/ interested perties. 

'^^"- , All who have witnes.-^ed the ell'eets ol eot- 

ton buying and spceiilating in the army 

in Mississippi, and who have no desire to 

interest themselves peeuniarily in the 

Southern stanle, wiU eordially endor.-e 

Gen. (irant's sentiments on the subjeet. 

The motto of "trade lollowinj; the lla<^," 

should not be eonsrued to mean a few 

in:Ii\ idu.ils shall be allowed to keep in 

tiie wake of" the em my, to the es^.eoal 

ben"l'il ot thenjselve^ an<l uletrlment of 

the eovintry.." 

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0|><Tutiun» ut Vlc-Lskur;;. 

A Helena letter to the St. Louis Detn- 

ocrat diseloses an important laet, it it be 

a l.iet, in rej;ard tc> the movements ol 

Gen. Grant against Vieksburg. Vazoo 

Pass is on the lelt bai k of the Mississippi. 



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riie ivport shows 
m:u torty-lbur regi- j 
lur.nberinix -^^. 17< > j 
; ''ilteen regiments t.f 
1 i,47"_' men ; t>vo 
. ll'S im-ii ; St. lit' 
\ .■>'' serviee, ToS — j 
7i'^ nun, whieli the 1 
iiilHtary serviee of | 
I he report does not em- 
' : ; ( luards organized and in 
service .-!::' e the ivbelHon eonnueneed. 

— lu Kiu:>l.>n. Canada, on Tuesday 

r.: ■'■,:. \]i' \ ;.', T •• uuTi-r.ry was :.''* de^'. 

; .u . ■>: at Avhnere, on the Ottawa. 



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.;i.-r .•-•d ."■■^ deg. below : at SherLrook about si.\ miles belo v Helena. It leads 

into Ya/00 Kiver, some distanee from its 

mouth. Gen. (irant has ordered the eut- 

tinjx of the levee of this pass, whieh will 

ilood an immense eNtt-nt of" the enemy's 

eouiitry. and ojien eonuniinieation fur 

small giiidioats and •<teand)oats tliroui^h 

to a point in the rear of Vieksbnr;;. l>y 

these means it is supposed he will be able 

;i.> low as i:.* dej^rees bel vr /.ero to e.ipture the enen y's transport tleet, 

niereury fri»zft. At 10 o'eloek, 

.ef part ot Q'leuee, the glass 

'below.' The snow stosm 

. ■Ldv.'J w.is .".s widespread as 



!i.!ow. tiue'iec, however, carries 
.\.i. The t'sff'iiiV'e says : "'The 
i-i.- kU rapidly towards Tues«lay 
und Wexnesd.iy nioniini; at S 
iwed tlie thermometrat .">'-» deg. 
. in a sitaafion of" an average 
\ ijsiiiv. In the more bleak 
>sed situation the inde.\ 



-lu Mexico, Gen. Hooker served as 

A ■ ; . ■ ; • Golonel ^now Major Gen- 

, al) < '..dcr. At tlie outbreak of 

t'. ;■ ., .. 1. "ad walLider wrote to Mr. 

'.i. L. ;:!- that, i.i seeking for the 

1::.'.;; i: t'.icn so umeli needed, hf 

si.unl.: !." .i.crl >.•'; " Mr. Hooker's very 

. • M..;." --r^ir Hooker" was 

, . ./ .'.i-.-t lime, brought to the 

li •/..■• ul :'.,■ Adtnlisistration. 

; • Te.\a!is who boarded the 

. i:nm -dlately on jumping 
■ - 1 a Federal by the eollar, 

•• .Surrender, or I will blow 
br.i.::is out:" The other replied: 
••V,. ; I letter look at me first!'" 
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now sately protected in tlie Vazoo Itiver 
by the rebel batterits at Haines' Hlull', 
and at the same tin e transport a largi- 
land force with whieh to cut oil" the \'icks- 
bur;; armv Irom eonmtunieation with the 

interior. 

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CUKTIN, \Vi:H>. SEHAKD 
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. M. I.'V'. engineer iu t' e 

' e, h-d a son who was 

T le I'ederal Navy, antl 

llarrj'.t Lane. He was 

d only livetl long 

ugiiue his lather, against 
'.; ui lii wa^ f'irhting, Ijcloro he died. 
— X:it: ,:i 1! le, svnior editor of the 
: :; . , , . 1 i:» r.rookline on 

I ... 7. .:; year ol his age. 
lura i:i West Hampton, 
i:i I7SL llewasaneph- 
;>.:triv-t s'ty of the lie\ <•- 
liifion, ;uur •.vli>!ii he was iiamrd. ilc 
\;x3 gr:il;::Ued in 1-' *', :;t William- Col- 
L-VI-. a'l '. -,. :"-v-i; ' ■ .-i;(il.«'d law in Ti'uy, 
.; ..; '■.■■. .. : - ■ t'; ■ Uoston Adrt^r- 

: . > : : •... the first daily 

pir(.>ii-Li'<l 1.1 '.' ■' :i. 

— A i itii- ii'.,i.i Lo'.i.:.!' .rd, Ireland, ol' 
the -Is! of JaiiiKiry, spraki;ig of the eon- 
t3itio:i ol t':i- ] 1 t!:at county, states 

t!::it i!, ■ ! :c 1 .'tiou of the laboring 

cLi-^ i> ^' ■' . . \:.' nc poverty, ar.d iIkh- 
picjyj eel ot tiu- i.i'aue i.-. but a glo"iiiy 
].,ietr.r('. Tins privation even e.\t<n>!s to 
i.i.itiv ui' a:;* ;.:;- ;; .1 onee eoml'ort-iMe 
LtMi.>eke<:>c;-.^. .\r :; rt-lict meeting LcM 
i.i Droghedi. . '.^ Ii v.a.^ attended by i!.e 
r;iO;t ii.lluential iali.;I»i;.uits of the town, 
the di^tre-s v.-as cla-.-ed as U!iprecedc;ited. 

— A (■ ):;r: n; in juiry has been ordered 
ti> inquliv and report whether any and 
wkit oll'i -cr-i !!i tl.e service have been en- 
gaged, diie-ily oi- indireclly in trailio, in 
cotton or other prudiic e »ni the Mi.-sis- 
sijvpi Kiver or its tributarifs. The court 
will meet and organ:;:eat Cairo, and hold 
their SI- io:!> at sueh places as may be 
lue-t . .. .-..•..; -lit. 

JSa.--«culiC.;' iu I'ittiii*; out tli« ISitnk.^' 
Z^xiMfiVit'.on. 

The report of Senator Grimes, just 
presenteil to the Senate, in relation to the 
alleged abu.ses in the charter and outfit of 
the transports for t'le Banks' and otln-r 
expeditious, i^ a very voluminous docu- 
ment. It arrivis at the following conelu- 
sioiis : 

First — That all Government vesssels 
should be secured through le:.;ilimate 
channels by ollieer.s, in answer to adver- 
tisements. 

Secoml — The praetiic of employing 
agents, with u:diniitc 1 power to fix the 
rate ot charter, cannot be justified. 

Third — That aH vt sm!s should be tlior- 
oughly inspeetid by couijietent experts, 
le.-ponsihle to the military liraiiclie-; of the 
(iovernment. 

Fourth — Tiiiit the monopoly of charter- 
vessels by Hal!, i-operand others cannot 
lie justiiied. 

Fifcii — Tint .To!in I'lirlcer, Assistant 
Secretary of War, and Colonel James 
Belger, U. S. Army, knew and tolerated 
such monopoly. 

Sixth — Tiiat no one should be allowed 
to act in the iloultle capacity of brv)ker 
and ship owner. 

Seventh — That tit" coniniission received 
by Hall, Loper, D:iiifonh and otiiers, 
amounting to Lundreils of thousands 
rightfully belonged to tlie Government 
and should be relumkil. 

Eighth— That many charters, obtained 
through these persons weic at an c.\urbi- 
tant value. 

Ninth— That Collins and rickerillshouhl 
be made to refund tlieir ill-gotten gains. 

Ten'h — Tliat lio charter money should 
be paid to tin- persons .above named. 

Eleventh — That Col. James IJelger 
ihouhl be eon rt-martialed. 

Twelfth— That John li. Panfbrth is 
guiltv of a violation of the law. 

Tiiirteentli — That t!;c \y'ar Department 
should exercise vigilance in such cases to 
prevent loss and restore eonndeuce in its 
uianagement. 

Fourteenth— That the fiicts relative to 
perjurv in some of these cxses should be 
UKjuired into. 



W.vsiiiN«iT<>\, Feb. l.'». — Gov. Curtin's 
recent message, together with his othi-r 
movements in the s:iine dirt^etion. is in- 
ter[)reted as a bid 'or the Demoeratie 
vote at the ensuing election, and as the 
first development of" Thurlow Weed's 
for a reorganization of the Kepublican 
])arty on a conservative basis. It was 
l'«)re.-.hadowe<l by Gov . Curtin's recent re- 
conciliation with Se\»ard. Earnest Ile- 
publie:Mis here are vt ry indign.ant at what 
they call his betrayal if their prin.iples and 
tni ts. Personal relationsbetween .Reward 
and Mereier eontin le friendly. They 
dined together last 1 ight. The apparent 
llat contradiction ot Mercier's statement 
about his visit to Richmond, in Seward's 
recent reply to the Senate inquiry, is all 
explaineil away by Seward's friends. 
They say that Sewar 1 merely <lenies that, 
a3 Secretary of Statt , he made any such 
remarii as Mereier (juotes. What he 
may have done in private and in an un- 
oihcial capacity is mother matter. Of 
course this way of es -aping responsibility 
savors rather of the trickster than states- 
man, but it seems the only way of recon- 
ciling their otherwise flat contradictory 
statements. 

The Xationu/ Intt Higenccr to-day de- 
fends Seward and bi wails the indication 
which it professes to see of another con- 
certed attempt to get him ejected fiom 
the Cabinet. The paper dealers have 
presented a mem irial to Congress 
ai;ain.st the rednctioi> of the duty, which 
they laid on every Member's desk this 
morning. One of them at the publish- 
er's meeting last ni;;ht, told a publisher 
that the paper deales s had the publishers 
where they wanted tliem, and would hold 
them there. 

Among recently ir tereeptcd letters is 
one from a prominei t rebel m London to 
a ]»romInent rebel in Richmond. The 
writer says that froi 1 Great Britain the 
South can hope for nothing. That she is 
a low. mean, treacherous nation, and 
hates the South as 1 luch as the North, 
hoping nothing but the distruction of 
lioth. '* But," eoitinues the writer, 
*' our noble friend .Xapoleoa is helping 
us." 

Senator Wilson reported from the 
Military Committee to-day adverselv to 
tie House bill for 'he organization of a 
negro army, on th<' ground that the law 
of the last session confers all the power 
given by this bill. fhesame grouml was 
repeatedly taken by Republicans during 
the House debate on the subject, and if 
the Democrats had persistertly called the 
attention of the country to the measure, 
and sought to make party capital out of 
it, it is doubtful whether the House wonhl 
have passed it. The bill indeed dimin- 
ish«'s the power tho President already 
had for employing negroes. 

The Senate, by four majority, voted to 
ta.x banks one per cent, on their average 
circulation till April 1st, 186.'j, and two 
per cent, thereaftei . This is the sole 
amendment made fy the Senate to the 
bill, as reported frc m the Finance Com- 
mittee. The purpo.-e of it, as stated upon 
the floor, is to kill ofT local banks gradu- 
allv. The bill was finally passed bv a 
vole of :'.U to -t— ( arlisle;: Powell, Wall 
and Kichard.>on aloi e voting no. 

Tlie French Minister was on the floor 
of the Senate to-da} , and in most cordial 
intercourse with Surnner and other lead- 
ing Republican Senators. 

The reception ot' Toin I'hnmb and 
v.-ile to-night at the W^hite House was the 
grandest alfair of tlie kind since Mrs. 
Lincoln's great parcy. There were nu- 
merous guests and a sumptuous enter- 
tainment. 

The report of the Committee on Ter- 
ritories, made by Senator Wade to-day, 
in answer to a resolution, shows that the 
Utah Legislature snppressed the Gover- 
nor's message of tint Territory ; that no 
freedom of sulfrage is allowed or opin- 
ion tolerated in opposition to the church 
dignity; that polyg uny is practiced to 
the extent of incest ; that there is no law 
giving redress to the abuse of the marri- 
age relations. 

A sharp correspoi dencc is said to have 
taken place between Secretary Seward 
and the Navy Department, growing out 
of the treaty which Mr. Seward negotia- 
ted with Great Brittain for the suppres- 
sion of the Slave trade. That Treaty, 
strange to say, binds as to limit our search 
to British ships between the very parallels 
of latitude that include our-blockade of 



the Rebel ports to '* search to ascertain 
whetiier the vessels are employed in 
the American slave trade, or fitted up for 
it." 

The clause recites : '•Whenever a mer- 
chant vessel is searched by a ship of war, 
the commander ot the said ship shall, in 
the act of so doing, exhibit to the com- 
mander ot the men-hant vosel the special 
instructions by which he is duly author- 
ized to st-arch, and shall deliver to such 
commander a certificate, signed by him- 
.self. stating his rank in thi- naval service 
ofhis country, ami the name of the vesstl 
he commanded, and also declaring that 
the only object ol the search is to ascer- 
tain whether the vessel is employed in 
the African slave-trade, or is fitted up tor 
said trade.'' 

Mr. Seward re«jue»ted Mr. Welles to 
issue instructions to our cruisers upon 
the eoa.st to obey that treaty stipulation. 
Air. Welles refusetl, in a way as iK'cided 
as patriotic, to do any such tiling, lor that 
it would in elfect nullify uur blockade and 
allow British ships to carry into rebil 
ports munitions ol war and supplies with- 
out stint. The firmness of Secretary 
Welles in refusing to accede to the Secre- 
tary of State's retpiest has borne its fruit. 

England Ilis tiiis week, throuj;h her 
Minist«'r, acknowledged the justice of the 
jtosition assumed by the Secietary of the 
Navy, and concedes that cruisers acting 
under the special instructions speeif*d in 
the treaty, may also exercise the belliger- 
ent ri;;ht ot" search. 



that a command be given him where he 
can be of some service in suppressing the 
rebellion, or he will resign his commission. 
The statement which has been goin" the 
rounds of the press, that he has said Gen. 
Mc(.'lellan is the only man who is compe- 
tent to lead the anuy of the Potomac, is 
entirely false. Men claiming to be 
the especial friends of Gen. McCIellan 
have proved to be the worst enemies of 
General Burnside and of the countrv." 



BOOK AND JOB PRINTINB. 



♦ « ♦ » ♦ 

I*oliCii« of (he Hul«licr«. 

The country owes a debt of gratitiule 
to Mr. Trumbull, of Illinois, for his no- 
ble utterances in the Senate on Weihies- 
day last. We cut from the (Hubc the fol- 
lowing passage, taken from his speech in 
rejily to his colleague : 

Mr. Trumbull. 1 regret, sir, that any 
statements made by my colleague should 
make it necessary lor me to say anything 
on tin- present occasion, and 1 wish to sav 
Init a few words iu relation to Illinois 
troops. 1 cannot permit the statenunt 
whieh he has made in regard to i!ie polit- 
ical standing ol the troops from my State 
to go Ibrth to the count ly unchallenged. 
I regret exeedingly tli.it my colleague 
should have considered it necessary, in 
the discharge of his public duties, to make 
this partisan spt'cch. 1 regret exceed- 
ingly, when more than half a million of 
men are in arms conl'essetlly to overturn 
the Constitution ol this country, when 
our brothers of all jiaities and ;;ll poli- 
tics ami all creeds are falling by scores 
and by thousands in defense of the Gov- 
ernment and the Constitutijii. that my 
colleague should have turned his atten- 
tion away from the^•e half million ol trai- 
tors, who would destroy all that we have, 
to enter the ranks «)f our own soldiers, 
fighting side by side, aJid lumriiig out 
tlieir blood together whether Democrats 
or Republicans, to iminire what their par- 
ty politics are. Sir, it matters not what 
the jtolities of the soldier fighting lor lii.> 
country may have been ; if he fights for 
this Constitution and this (jovemment he 
is my brother, and I will em!»race him as 
sucii. (.\pplause in the galleries ) 

The Presiding; Ollicer. (.)rder. 

Mr. Trumbull. And I am sorry that 
my colleague shonltl have deemed it his 
duty to pore over documents to see 
whether tiiere were more soldiers who 
ha 1 voted the Democratic or Republican 
ticket. 1 never have brought such an 
issue into this body. Sir, it is known in 
my State, and to no one better than my 
colleague himseli", that in all these milita- 
ry appointments no ipiestion has been 
asked about politics. The colonels and 
lieutenant colonels and tiie officers from 
my State are of both political parties. 
♦ » ♦ » ♦ 

CulIfuraiM I'uitrd Mtu<4>ri Kenutor. 

The vote in the C.difornia Legislature 
for United States Senator stood Conness, 
•VJ ; Sargeant, o2 ; Brown, ; and Phelps, 
I. Of the new Senator, the New York 
Tiihttne says : 

The Hon. John Conness, just elected 
U. S. Senator Irom California for six 
years from the 4th of March next, in 
place of Milton S. Latham (Dein.) has 
lor ten years been an active politician in 
tliat State of the Northern Deaiocnitic or 
Broderick school, and was the candidate 
for Lieuten.int Governor on the Broderick 
or aiiti-Lecoini)ton ticket in ISo'J. De- 
feated in the canvass, he was immediately 
chosen State Senator from El Doiado 
County by a large majority, receiving the 
Republican as well as the Broderick vote. 
He was a leading Douglas man in lS(j(». 
was the Union Democratic candidate for 
Governor in 18(j1. and has since been a 
hearty supporter of the Union movement 
and ti<"ket. His election by the strongly 
Republican Legislature of California is a 
wise as we 1 as liberal choice, and will 
strengthen and consolidate the Unionists 
of California. Mr. Conness is of small 
stature, about 4o years of age, has been 
repeatedly chosen to the Legislature, is a 
good debater, and will prove an upright 
and useful Senator. 



In order to keep pace with their r&pidly incrt.>ai>- 
iii^ bu.-iiues4 are constantly extending their fa- 
cilities for Uook and Job I'rinting. They have 
recently introduced Steam into their e»tablt;ih- 
iiiout, and put up another of 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES. 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS, 

I'OSTKK.^, l'R(>(iRAMMK.S, BILLHEAD.S, 

BL.VXKS, BILLS OF LADING, 

(.lUCULAKS, 

•Vnd every other deitcription of 

I'l.ilX ASD OnSAMKS'TAL I'lilXTIXO, 

At moderate rateg and at short notice. 

book: biinx>er,^" 

AND 

Blank Book Manufactory. 



TI»e X»i*cs» Printing- Oo. 

Have in iuccessfal operation tli<>Iar|re.st and most 
complete Bindery iu 3IinneMota, embracing the 
latest aud iiioat improved luachiiiery. Kinploying 
only cuiupeteiit and careiul workmen, and using 
tli.' b(>st material, they hop<> to continue to give 
satisfaction to all. 



PAPER RULED TO ORDER, 

-VXD TO .VSV PATTKUN, 

LiaK^KIJS, DAY ItOOK.S, JOUUNALO, COM- 

.MlJtc lAL A\0 COLXFY BOOKS, A.NU 

r.L.VNiv HOOKS OF EVERY KIND, 

M.VKK IX TIIK UKST MANNKK. 

Old ]3ool£S I^e-Bo^lncl 

MA (:azisj:s, p eh iodic a ls, 

MUSIC, &;c., Szf., 

Bound in Any Stylo Desirod, 

Kroni the lowest pricwl work to the highest ai j le 
of the art. 

J S . R E Y N O L D S , 

sstoi'acc, X^^oi'^^-iu-dinaraiKl 
OoiiiniiHMion 3Xei*cltuut 

AND 

DEALER IX ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, 

Will store Flour, <;rainor any kind of Produc, 
and will make liberal udvanccinVnts on the same. 

t l.it.i, Uarley and Uye waiit<-d, for which the 
lii;5li.'.«l market price will l>e paid. 

L I'I'KK WAIIKIIOLSK AT UPPKB LKVKK, 

r."bl5-.'td&.;niw St. Paul. 



B 



A L M O R A L SKIRTS 



ci::v. 



BlRXMinK nEFORE THE 



IMPORTANT REVELATIONS. 



The Washington correspondent of the 
Philadelphia Inquirer writes (Februry 8) 
as follows : 

General Burnside was before the com- 
mittee on the conduct of the war, to 
testify m response to the resolutions of 
the Semite inquiring of his having been 
interfered with in his plans for the taking 
of Richmond. His testimony revealed 
some startling facts ; none of the com- 
mittee doubted his word, and yet they 
were slow to believe that more than one 
General has been gnilty of treason. 
Charges now hang over the heads of 
several ollicers, in conseipienee of which, 
if true, any other government save our 
own would oriler them to a military e.\e- 
cution forthwith. His testimony will 
probably not all be reported to the Sen- 
ate .it present. Perhaps it will not be 
published to the world until after ths war 
IS over. 

"The difficulties that Gen. Burnside 
has had thrown in his way since his 
taking command, from the day the pon- 
toons were not forthcoming, as per agree- 
ment with Gens. Ilallcck and Meigs, to 
the day he resigned, were ol all kinds. 
Imbecility, cowardice, apathv and trea- 
son met him at every turn. Ilis orders 
were not always obeyed just when they 
should be ; officers from whom more 
should have been expected shirked their 
duty ; treason in our own camp exposed 
his plans to the enemy as rapiilly as they 
were formed, and jealous officers suc- 
ceeded in more than once preventing a 
a forward movement at the opportune 
moment. 

"It is believed that the court-martial of 
General Franklin will bring many facts to 
light, and show to the country why we 
have again failed to take Richmond and 
destroy the rebel army of the Potomac. 

"GenerarBumaide has again demanded 



Ralnioral Skirts, 
SILK S 2 R I P E D . 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever bronght to the Uty, Just received by Ex- 
prea<4. Also a splendid line of 

' Bradley 'h Hoop Skirts," 

Including the favorite brands '* Pride of t)ie 

World," " Favorite Diamond," " Immovable 

Tapi ," I^ce Uore, and a great variety of other 

.<tylcs, at 
de«|r-tf WOC aAy 4k CAWyM. 

TNTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS. 

ro.sr Ofkick. Saint PAfi., Minn., * 
January 20th, lhti.'i. ) 

The undersigned in prepared to furnish 17. f^. 
INTKIt.NAL KEVENUK STAMPS at the fol- 
lowing rate.4, viz : 

In amount!* leMs than $50, at par. 

lu amount;) of $50 aud up to $100,3 perct. di!>c't. 

In amount.-* of $100 and upward, 2^ per ct. di^c'l. 

The discount will be paid in stampit. 

Onlers will l>e pruinptly tilled, and forwarded 
by mail or exprcxs at the expense and risk of the 
purcliaser. A recent amendment, to the Kevenue 
l<aw authorizes Stnnip<i, (wiihthc exception of 
tho!>e etiuinerated in Schedule C of the law, for 
Medicines, Preparations. Perfumery, to..) to be 
used indiscriminately. Parties ordering will only 
need to give the amount and denomination of 
stamps desired. 

jan:;i-lm (HAS. NICUOLS, P.M. 

l^EW FLOUR AND GRAIN STORE. 

liiu 8ubscrit>er having taken the store recently 

occupied by O. B. Turrell, 

COLTEU'S NEW BLOCK, JACKSON-ST., 

Will keep constantly on hand all the 

Olioice Brands of Floux* 

Brought to this market, which will be sold at the 

LOWEST CASH PRICE. 

Also, COU\, OATS, RYE AND BUCKWHEAT 
KLOUU, BllAN, SHOKTS, &c. 

We have now in store, Cataract Flour, Extra 
and Double Extra, North SUr, City Mills, Brain- 
ard's Mills. 

ttir 6oods delivered fVee of charge. 

Jan.-{l-ly 



The Tkird Xlaaesotsk Battery. 

Notice. — Peisons who have served during the 
recent Indian War in Captain Mark Hendricks 
Battery, are informed that a Third Battery Is now 
in progress of organixation, vihich will be used 
for service in the State during the Indian Cam- 
paign. Capt. Hendricks will be glad to receive 
all able-bodied men, especially those who have 
formerly served under him in this Battery, and 
they are requested to call at the Captain's Head- 
quarters — Messrs. Burbank's Express OflSce in 
St. Paul, and enroll their names. Office hours 
from 'J to 5 F. .M. 

MARK HENDRICKS, 

f«'bs-tf 1st Lieut., 3rd Minn. Battery. 



BTJSINKSS HiOC^r^S. 



OUB HOUSE, THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE 
Akmort Hall, H. F. E. Vitt, Pkopriktor.— 
This old established bousti is in full operation, 
and is prepared to furnish meals at all hours ot 
the day or night. The bar is supplied with the 
very best liquors. The larder is always full. Oys- 
ters at 25 and 30 cents per dozen. Hot Coffee, 
Steaks, &c., fcc. Give me a call. 

febao-dly H. F. E. VITT. 



N'^w Ready.— The Rules of Practice adopted 
in general session of the Judges of this State 
and published by the Press Printixu Compant, 
are now ready for delivery — price fifteen cents 
per copy, or $ 1 .50 per dozen. These rules go into 
effect on the first of September, and will have all 
the authority and force of law. Every lawyer in 
tlie State must have a copy. Rendttances may be 
made in bank note* or postage stamps. 



Fresh Oybters— Just reoetved, and will be 
received daily. Also, Boiled Chicken, Steaks, 
Veal Cutlets, Ham and Egg*, lerred up In the 
best manner. Liquors and Wines of all kinds. At 
the Old Napoleon Restaurant, opposite the Ame- 
iMn Hoase. 

•1S4M F. X. HEITZ. Proprtotor. 



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AINT PAUL & PACIFlCTo Oxir Subscribers and Friends. 



DE VOTKD TO KIT.E AND MAKINK IXSURAXCK 
CASH CAPITAL AVD ASSKTS OF TUB 

^TNA INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, CO.V.VECriCUT. 

#«,At»l»,13(l 10, 



R A I LJR O A D . 

WINTER ARR.VNGEMENTS. 

On sn/t Hfter Monday, December Ist, IbC-, pas- 
o'li;.' . 0.1^6 wiU run as toliows : 

Lfit>u.3i. Arrive at Leave Arrive at 

Paul. St. Anthony. St. Anthony. St. Paul. 

K.:{0.\..M. '.1.15 a.m. U.^jA. M. 10.."}0A.M. 

:;.00P. .M. 3.45 p. M. 4.15 p.m. 5.00P.M. 

WM. B. LITCHFIELD, 
nov2r-tl Sup&rintendent. 



POR 



THE CARS 



P II CE X I X , ! 

OF HARTFOliD, CONNECTICUT, 

DEVOTED TO KIRK INSl'RANCK EXCLUSIVELY 
ASSETS or TUK 

PUCE NIX INSURANCE COMPANY, 
OF UARi'KORD. CON.VKCTlcL'T, 



CITY P^IRE, 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUl, 

CASH CAPITAL AND ASSKTS OF TUB 

CITY FIuK l.NSUkAXCK COMFAXi' 

OF H.VRTFOKD, CO.NNKfTH 'I'T, 



NORTHWESTERN AGENCY 

IMCiitital Lifis Iiimufaiioe 

Ooiiipaii;*', 

OF WISCONSIN, 

E.STAULISHEI) IN SAINT PALL, 1S02 AT 
THE OFFICE Ob' 

O . C U II 'J^ I s 

GENERAL I.N'SITUANCK AGENT, 
al-ly Corner of Third and Minncsota-sts. 

r^ L A 1 M S F O R 
^ioux r>ei>i'etlatioii». 

The undersignsd is piej.ared to prosecute all 
claims against the Sioux Indians before the jiro 
p«'r De{>artinont of the United States Goveriiineul 
ari»iug out of recent depnilutious. All jmrtiL-.- 
interested can h*; a.ssured that the unileioigned 
possesses facilities to obtain a speedy settlement 
and payment of any claim which m.iy be placed in 
his hands. p. D. GILFILLAN, 

nov22-d&w.liu Catholic Block, St. Paul. 



Our Omnibusses will run to and from the prin- 
cipal Hotels anu Boats in connection with the 
trains of tho 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Pa.^sengers and baggage will be called for in 
answiT to orders lelt at tlie American, Interna- 
tional aud Merchant.<<, or at our oflice. 

Fare to St. Anthony, including omnibus ticket, 
50 c<*nt3 

}i-i J. C. BITRBANK&CO. 



TEONARD & SHEIRE, 

Shop in old Baptist Church Buildinj* on Fifth 
street, near Ja::kson. Ail kinds of Carpenter 
Woik done to order. 



The ('uorinou!=[incre.''.«e iu the price of printing 
pajHT and ofliermatcii.il6 uted iu pritt-iig new.s- 
pajM-Ts, comp(>ls us to increase the i;iice of tho 
Piti-ss. Our new terms are : 

DAILY I'lJESS. 
To city subscriber.-, by the year, pajaUe 

quarterly in advauco $9 <» 

To city subscribers, |>ayable wei-kJy -^j 

By mail, payable for any time iaaduice, 

at the rate per year of . S OO 

To New.s Agents -"4 cent.s per copy. 

Wei'kly exchange new5paiK>rs pa. the dif- 
creuce between Daily and V.'e.kl;. r* lu money. 

TiU-AVKEKLY PlltftS. 
One copy, by mail layable for any time (iu 

advance) at the rate per > car of $5 oo 

Clubsof five, to one addri'f.-i, each 4 t,0 

Clubs of ten, to one address, e-uch 4 Uu 

WEEKLY Pit ESS. 

One copy one year &2 00 

Five orinoiccopie.< each, one >.;ar 1 75 

Ten or more copies each, ou2 year 1 00 

wenty or more copioA auch, »ue year 1 io 

<*■■ All sulisoriptioii* p:iyal:!e in advauce. 



MSIIEIRE, ARCHITECT, 
• Olfice in the same building as Leonard & 
Sheirv'.s Carpenter Shop, on Fifth street, near 
Jackson. l>e.-<igns. Plans aud Speciiicatioas for 
Buildings of every description, prepai-ed on short 
notice. 4'»b1K-lv 

"a tremendous FALL IN THE 

-ki- PKICK OF GOLD. 

A. I. BID\\^ELL. 

Will odi'rfor a f.-wdiiv.j lnn{f( r, for one doll.-ir, 
the choice in one lhuusaii<l sets of his Siti.oo Ot'id 
I'lated Jewelry. All in waiit mu.>t call soon or 
loose a !iar{;uiu. Store on Tliird-st., four door.s 
aiiove .(acksou-st., at BIl>WELL'S Real Estate 
Ki'.iporium. jan;iO 

E. wodiTsEY &~~C^O 

(SLCCES.'JOR TO L D. WILSON,) 

OomiuiSMiou ]^J[cx*cliant», 

NO. 211 SOUTH AVATER ST., CHICAGO. 

CA5U ADVANCES OX CONSIGNMENTS. 
Tnarl-H*w1v 



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NlJERTAKER'S CAi?D. 



riie undersigned would respecfcall,f r.nnounce 
that after t!u' ^olicitution of many IrientJ.-^, he lias 
concluded to eiigiigo iu the above bii.>iii.'ss, aiiil 
would therefore say to ilie ciiiieii.s of Miiiueai.o- 
hs uiid vicinity, that he will be pre|rtired iu t'litiin- 
to fiirui.sh tJollius of Wuluut, Jleialic, Cloth cov- 
eri'd u.id (.'oiiiuioii, and all things r<><|iiiie<i in an 
I'niliTiakei-'s line, ilaviii;; had se\ .-ral) ears' e.\- 
uerifiic*- iu the abovt' bu.-iuesn in Ea.>'l«Tii oitii'>. 
lie I'<mI< coiupt'ti'ur iu oilering lii.* ^er\i^.•es to take 
thi' enlin- c:i;irf;H of Ktineral.s, aiid would solicil 
a share ol the p.»trouuge. 

G. F. WAi.-Ni:i:, 

Minneapolis, Nov. lith. nuv ! I 



J^EATHER AND FINDINGS, 

SADDLERY, IIAUDWARh AND TOOLS. 

LKATiiicrt iii<:LTi>rc3-. 



TANNEnS ANI» CUKIUKKS, 

Keep constantly on hand the largest and most 
complete stock of 

LEATHER and FINDINGS, SADDLERY 
HARDWARE and TOOLS, 

LE.VTUKR BKLTINO, ENAMKLKD 

llAJTIlS ASD LK.XTHKR, ttC, &C., JtC. 

▲11 of which they are now offering at prices to 
suit the times. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDE}t.s. 
AiT'Cash paid for Hides and Fan..tjf 
JanlK-dly 



M 



ICHIGAN 



CENTlL'xL 

KOAD. 



RAIL- 



Oi'cat Central ISouto 

To New York, Xcw England ami the 

Canatlos. 

On and after SUNDAY, Nov. ri, \inyi, trains will 
leave the (Jreat Central Union Depot, loot of Luke 
street as follows : 

0.30 u. i«. — D.iy Fxpress (Except Sundavp) 
arrives at Detroit at .<.(■.» p. Si., 
Suspension Bridge at 2 St a. h., 
Albany, L'.ao P. .m., Nvw York, 
«.:«' V. ji.. Boston, 11 :iii p. yi. 
0.4i p. m.— Nijsht »'.xpress(LxceptSaturdavs) 
arrives at Detroit at ii.15A.Ji., 
Suspension Bridg«>, 4.WJ P. m., Al- 
bany, ti.:w A. M., New York, 11.15 
A.M., Boston, a.20 p. .M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Itailroad, leave 
Chicago at t'.30 a. m., Mail Train ; 0.45 P. M. Fist 
Express. Arrive in Chicago at 10.05 A. m., Fast 
Express, and 10.15 p. .m. Night Mail Train. 

The fi.45 P.M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without change of cars or bagK.4ge. 

RUTTAN'S PATENT VENTILATORS 

t)n Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. 

BagrSTisgre Cbecked Tlarongrb. 

j|^ Through tickets for sale in all Princijial 
Railroad Ofiices in the West, at the lienera! Olhce, 
corner Lake aud Daarboru streets, (under the 
Tremout House,) Chicago, and at the De|Hit 

J. W 



BTJILDER, 

Shop west side of Jackson, between Fifihand 
Sixth streets, where everything required iu the 
building line will be promptly attended to. 

tH- .1 obbiug done at short notice aud on reason- 
able terms. norH-lv 

J rr DYERS, 

MANIJKACTUKEU AND OE.VLER IS 

COI'I'EP., SUEKT IKOX AND TIN WARl 

OPPOSITE THE BIO CLOCK, 

JACK.SON STREET, St. Paul, Minnesots. 

nn>-l t-d.VwIv 

TT E N R Y 51 c K E N T Y , 

DE.\LER IN 

IRE/VL ESTA.TE, 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
*S"Will also locate Land Warrant* and sel 
Px'al Est^ite on Commission. * jau.-d&wly 



I2.aies of -A-dvei'tising. 

Ten liius (o u Square, (the space enclosed in the 
J'uUoiciiiri table. j 



One Square. 

Ore time.. • ..§ 7.0 

luree time j 1 2i 

One week 1 75 


Each add. .-xjuaie. 

s:ir>,- 

'ii-i. 

brv; 


fwo ueekii ..- 'i di 

One luoiitU 4 O'i 

fwo mouths .5 50 


1 :<7 

•-• 00 

i 75 


flue'; months 7.', 


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Sir months lo 00 

fwelve months 15 0<.i 


5 00 

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LEfjIAL ADVEKTl.SEMEMS, 

Published once a uex]:, either in Diiibj or Wckly. 

iMr.-it iuseition 75 Cents j»er .^'^uaie. 

fclaclisuttjeijuent iuseriiou.;j7,'j " " 

Legal Adverti.sements pub!i^hed6t the eyi.iPESu 
of Ihi- Attorneys onit ring, aiui uc; de uAuWe lor 
tl;e legal pioieudings, but co!ieclj.ble ;u j•uv^<i:ce, 
or oji d.'li\try of aiiidavit. I'uLiisr.t:., ujt ac- 
countable for theacciiiacy of li-^ralailviiti.-ements 
beyond llif aiuouut charged lor tlieir pulilicalioii. 

Adverti.-iyieut.s jmblisliod iu liotli tlu- Duilvaud 
\\ eekly \iill be charged tin; full D^W^ rates "with 
>/Ue hair the Wei'kly latci. aiM«-d. 

Business Notict s, jiublishtd in the EdilorUl 
columns, of tea line.- ur uiul. r, will be ihaigoU. 
for each insertion, one dollar; if over leu liues 
ten cents jmt line. ' 

Adverti>eineiits leaded ai,J plawd under the 
luaci of .special Notic'.-, if u-n Inn-ri or over. « ill 
iie ciiaigeil tlieuMialn<tfS and one-hull a. iiiitioiial, 
il und«Tihalaiiiouut, liityceiiis lor each iiiseriiou. 

Yearly ai!\eriisers to jiay ijuarleilv . 

Adveitiseuiiuts, for a'l.•^.-, tiiui thaa three 
mouths, to be paid iu advance. 

ADVEiniSINtTlx WEEKLY. 

OneS'iuari', one insertion $ 75 

" tw» iu>erIiou.-- i o.j 

four •• ;. oj 

I? or each .<«ubse»juent insertion, und for each 

additional siiuare .3r>ii 



*tf- J<>:-KPii D. C.WNKV, at Minneapolis, and 
VVi.iAn.isKO'JikiiiN, at M. Anthony, will act as 
AKenis ill circulating the D.MLV Piii^iis iu their 
re^pecti^e tov.iis. 






©ib mul |:^atnj!js. 



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O B E R T P . LEWIS 



ATTOIOi'EY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, aMinneisotn, 

Officeon Third-lit., Itoyer'g J!h>ck;iiearlhe Kridge, 

Al.«<o BK.vXrii Aokntok 



"TIIE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY." 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey 
Collins & Brace. 

Cl.mms pre-i-nfed and prosecuted before Con- 
press, t;»urt of Claims and the fiepartinents a( 
Wa.sliiiipton City. Special attention paid to secu- 
ring Soldier's JVnsions, Bounties, Back Pav, He. 

«J*Advic«? given soldiers and their friends b} 
lett<'r or at the ollice, without charge. 

o5-d twiwlv 



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E M O V A L ! 



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Has removed his BOOKSTORE to the 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

Tliird-St., St. Paul, 
Aud is now in receipt of a choice lot of the Iat<>st 
Works, Magazines, &c., aud a splendid lot ol 



R. N. KICK, General Superintendent. 
.SMITH, Western Passenger Agent. Jan."} 



"pURS. FURS. FURS. 

C. J. KOVTTZ, 
JIANUFACTURER OF FINE FURS, Ot 

ALL descriptions AND EVERY 8TTLK, 

THIRD ST., Concert Hall Block, Saint Paul 



)«nI7-dl7 



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LOUR, 

At Wholesale and Retail. 

Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT THE 

Oa-imon Ealls IMills, 

SUPERIOR TO AAY OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOIJR WAREHOUSE 
ov 

c. 3£. broom:e, 

Thlrd-sf ., between Jackiron and Robert-sts. 
JanSl-ly 



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ATER-PROOF VIENNA 'XST) 
STRELLA MATCHES. 

Thi»«e Matches are made without sulphur, and 
being free from disag-eeable odor, ana not only 
very tiesirable but almost indispensable for use in 
the parlor and slc-ping chamber Thev are put 
up in fancy colored boxes aud small packages for 
family use, and are a<No carefully picked in cases 
for transportation. For sale wholesale and re- 
taUby JA.MES R. DEY, 

No. 00 CortIand-.'«t., New York. 

P. S.— Country inerchauU will do well to call 
and examine our atock. febl2-:;m 

"DEYNOLDS & McCARGAR^ 

Wholesale O-rocers 

AND 

Commission ]M[ercliants, 



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UPPER LEVEE, 



Saint Paul. 



Stntionerv. 



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O LET WITH BOARD. 



Two or three very pleasant rooms in a delight- 
ful location combining both citv and- countrv, 
with jiienty of stable room. Address 

jani:i-tf A. B., at this office. 

T O S E P H LEWIS 

Real Estate Agent, Notary Public and Convey- 
enc«'r, Commissioner of Deeds for the States ol 
New lYork, Pennsylvania, Masaachust-tts, Ohio, 
and Vermont. Collections made — Taxes paid 
for non resident.s. House rented. 

Office Third Street, Irvine's liiock. 

Vieferenee. llitN. Al.KX. Ramsky. Ivlft-dty 



OTAGE FOR SIIAKOPEE, 

Belle Plaine. Henderson, Le Sueur, St. Peter and 

Mankato. will leave at 8 o'clock a. m. 

der2-lf J. C. BURBANK It CO 



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B.VNKING OKFICE OF THOMPSON BROS., > 

St. Pall, Dec. 1, lx«2. } 
We lieg leave to announce to our friends and 
the public generally that Mr. CHARLES SCHEF- 
FKIC, of the lato firm of Darling & SchefTer, ol 
Stillwater, Minnesota, becomes associated with 
us iu the Banking Business from this date. Out 
tirm name remains unchanged. The business at 
Stillwater will be continued under the tirm name 
of ^chefl■er & Thompson's. 
nov;}0-tt THOMPSON BROTHERS. 



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OR SALE 



lien's Buck 



MOCCASINS 



Men's Oil Tan Moccasins, 



MILITARY BOOTS, 



&c., &c., &c. 



jan7-tf 1!¥X. M. SMITH 4c CO. 



A VALUABLE WATER POWER 

AND FLOURING MILL FOR SALE. 

Owing to the illness of one of the partners we 
have concluded to offer for sale our Mill and Wa- 
ter I'ower, situated in the citv of Hastings, on 
the Vermillion River Falls. It is the best i>ower 
in the State. Our Braml of Flour 8taud<< high in 
Chicago and Boston. Capacity of Mill, 'JO barrels 
p- r day. 

jani:i-L'm* T. O. & C. G. HARBISON. 

A TTENTION BUILDERS ! ! 

Proposals will be received until the tenth day of 
February next, for the erection of a Block of 
Stores, to be of stone, in accordance with plans 
and spccilinatious to be seen at vur place of busi- 
ness. 

We invite me 8ur)mlssion of bids, rcsening the 
right to reject any or all, at our option. 

janjj-td COOLEY, CARVER fc CO. 

The time for receiving proposals for the above 
work is extended to Saturday next. 
ffbia-St COOLEY\ (;ARVER k CO. 



TTORN, LUND&GALUSHA, 

ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

(Successors to Horn k Qalusha and Sanborn k 
Lund) 

Saint Paul, Minnksota, 
Practice in all the Courts of the State, and In the 
Courts of the United SUtes, at Law, in Chancery 
and in Admiralty. 

Collections carefUlly and promptly fttteoded to 

■ih20:i7 



T A :M P S AND OIL. 

A new and complete stock of 

ILittitipt^ ciu<l ITlxtures, 

And the best brands cf 

OIL, 

For sale at PRICKS TO HU/T THE TIMES. 
S. K. PUTNAM, 
slO Corner of Third and Market streets, 

jyj A R VI N ' iJ 

CROCKERY HOUSE 



just bkckived and 
SKLIULIVO VERY LOW, 

1,000 LOOKING OLASSF.S AND MUtRORS. 



OIL—THE VERY BKS X. 

1,500 GALLONS AT FROM minTY TO FOKXT 
CmJTS A §.\LLON. 



NOW IN STOKK, A KLLL STOCK OF 

CHLNA, CROCKERY & GLASS W'» HE 

AT WHOLE-SALE AND KKXAU. 

AT PRICES MUCH REZtUCB 



JUST KECElVED, A LARO.S STOCK OK 

Tal>lo & Poclcet Outlery. 

The merchants who purchase in St. Pau will And 
these goods very desirable, and at 

VERY LOTV RATES. 



JUST RKCEIVED, 

A FINE ASSORTMENTOF 
Sil^-ex* Plated 

BRITANNIA W^ARE. 

HOUSEKEEriNO GOODS, LAMPS, 4c., tc. * 

WIIOLKESAL AND UKTAIL. 



Jell 



K. MARVDf, Thipj) Streit. 



J^EAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 

A NEAT COTTAGE in tho vicinity of Chi 
Justice Emmett's residence. 

ONE LOT 50 by IJo feet, near the Capitol. 
TEN ACRES a short distance from St. Paul. 
A FIR.ST CLA.SS RESIDENCE within a fevr 
minutes walk of the International Hotel. 
HENRY M( KEXTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 
St. Paul, Feb. 4th, 1863. febj-lmd&w» 

DAVENPORT HAS JUST RE- 
CEIVED a line lot of New Books. Among 
them are — 

Wilkie Collins' celebrated New Work, No 
Name. Price, in paper, Sl.i;5; cloth, §1.60. 
Mistress and 3Iaid, by Miss Muloch ; price 50c. 

Anna Floyd, by the author of Lady Audley'4 
Secret, &.C., &c.; price 25c. 

The War Power.^ of tho i'resident ; price 60c. 

Somebody's Luggnge, by Charles Dickens: 
price 'Jjc. 

Also a fine lot of 

MILITARY BOOKS, 

Constantly on hand. 
New York and Chicago Papers received d»lly 

Also, just received, all the 

li'EBRUARY IMAGAZIIsrKS. 

CALL AT DAVENPORT'S. 

HE'il COT 'E!lg. Janni 



JP' A R ^I WANTED, 

In exchange for desirable Real Estate in Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, valued at $:J,500. Any one having 

A. Farm in Minnesota, 

more or less improved, which thev would like to 
exchange for such property, can near of a first- 
rate chance by euuuiring at the Press Office, or 
addressing same torougu the nuui. Jan29-tf 



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THE SAIN"T PAUL PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1863. 



On w«fV Jays iVoiu r o'clock A. m. to 7>i o'clock 

F. M. 

■>u <iuuda>>, from 1°^ o'clock M. to 1 o'clock 

V. M. 



WINTKK AKUAN(iEMK.\r. 

AI'.KIVAI. AND KtPAKTURK OK MAILS. 

Kor IjiCros-"*'— tlasti'rn Mail— Leaves dally, ex- 
>H-\ t'iu!a> , Al J A. M. 
An .V.-. iUily, t»xc.'pt Tii»-<aay, at » P. M. 
for .Mii.uiaiK>iis— loaves Jaily.exct^pt Sunday, 

at S A.M. 
Arnvi- (Uil\ -*'xc.'i>t 5un»Jay, at 4 P. M. 
ForStiUvvaUT— '.■V.I-' .laily, oxc^pt Sunaay,at 

7a. Ji. 

Arrn.M ilailv. <'vc.i't Sunday, atb v. M. 

tor Hudson— loaves daily, ex.ci'pi :juuday, U 

• ^- ^'- , . 

Arrive* daily, ^-xcopt Sunday, at . i*. v. 

ior -Mkiukato^-I-avo,-. daily, wxcepi auaday, at 

10 A. M. 



Ariive* d.iilv, except Sunday, at about IJ .v. 

■jily, except Sunday, 
at t A . M . 



i-i/r ^ortiiUoU— l.'.»vos dai 



JOHN T H O R W A R T H , 

Boot and Slioo 
M AlSrUFACTU R E li. 

rUlKD SrUKET. BET. KOBKKT & JACKSON, 
St. I ail, !IIinae«ou, 

Ke«pi eonstautl) on hand and makea to order 
BOOTS A.NJD SKOKS, 

Which ar«> warranted to do a* good service, and 
of ajt gjod atylti an ) workmauithip an if made to 
order. 

STKEL SHANKS FOR SEWED BOUTS, 

The tint iutroduo-l in thi» citr, will be put in 
when ordered. Tli a luaken the boot ttronger and 
more durabW , and i t lighter aud tiU) neater. 

RtCKAIKlNU do le on the fhort^it notice, and 

in a good and neat >tyle. 



SLEIGH BELLS AND SKATES, 
HOUSE BLANKETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

-A Large Lot jiist Opened by 

c . PRO AL , 



MOFFITS CASTLE, 

January 11, liitia.— ly. 



COR. FOURTH AND JACKSON-STS 



piiStrilatttiJUisi. 



JOUN 
«t. Paul. TWhi. 7. HWl. 



TUOBWARTII. 



Arriv.-s dsilv, except Sunday, at about T P. M, 

For .Suuri-o'City— leaves Mouday, W e«luesday, 
aud Fn.lav, at d v'. M. . . ^ 

Arri»o.-. rue.-tday, Tliursiiay, aud Saturday, at 
ab lui r V. .\.. 

For Cani'i'ii Kal!-'— leaves Tuesday, at . A. m. 

Arrive* VVoduesday, at 7 p. m. 

For ICfd ^Villi;— ieavos \V.;dne»day, at » A. M. 

ArriM's fuesilay, at rt I". M. 

For I'uiv.i— Iiavs r!iur>.lay, at 7 a. M. 

.Airivo* \V«'diii'sii.iy. at 7 I". H. 

For Cottage tirov»>^U'aves .Saturday, at I V. M. 

Arri\r> >uturvlav, at 1- M. 

Mail-, loading blloro 7 o'clock A. M. closo at 
7 I". >i. 

All oiher!" cU>!ie half an hour b«'fore th^ time ol 
der«irliii(f. except Ka^Toru which clo.<e-. at 'J p. M. 
po^ta;;i- upon all tran»i."iit printed matter, 



c. 



W. >VOOLLEY 



LOWER LI VEE, SAIXT PAUL, 
yORWARDIlNO 

Oommlsfeiiou ]\£ei*eliaiit. 



emirl 

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foreijti. and doni.jtic. and upou all letters, lor 
fign .i.nt itiiiiiostio, i> u.iw ro.juirod to be fully 
prepaid by I' uiti-d . Maun postage »tamp.<, except 
111 cus'-s v»li.-io preitayiueut on letters, Ac, to for- 
eign countries is opiiuual aud the senders do not 
wfsii to pr.-pav. 

I'.'rs-iiis luailinj? letters, newsjKiper*, Ac. 
whotti.T diiim':-tic or to foroijtu coamriHS, should 
therol'iro ascertaiu at the «»rtlce of sit.iUiu((, the 
MXacl jijsla^i^- ill oacli case aud iiifix L'ailod states 
p'>ata^<' stamps of sathcieut valuu to propay thu 
full poitaito liieroou. 

CUAS. Nirm)L.«i, I'ostma-tor.r 

St. I'aiil, \f>voiii»i»T 13. [."xV.'. 



^iartlotc. 

HtO:V and HTEEL 



HEAVri HARDWARE 



O H D K K 

ft^ H E E T I It O >" , 

SOIiirAY yjIL RODS, 
BUKDEX'S HORSE SHOES. 

^STails and Spikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES. 

CUTTER SHOES 

S^leififli ancl Oixttei 
3f IV E It S , 

Cutter Stufi; 

OP 



It XT 

IBent 



HALL, KLMBARK & CO., 

CHICAGO. 



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p.O.N 



EER FOUNDRY AND 



AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Comer of Fifth and Pike streeta. 

This astablishinent !.■> now in full operation, an 
ii pre;>ared to furnish all kinds of 

laOX AXD BRASS 

CASTIXGS, FORGIXG, ftc, 
at the lowest Ea.«tern rates, viz. Heavy MiUca:<t 
lugi. Columns, Sash weight.^, Grate Bars, Sleigh 
liioes, Ac, three cents per pound. Brass ca.ot- 
In^s, Babbit inetal, ::j to 30 cents per pound. 
I.a:ae work i'.iMi) i>er day. Particular attentioo 

five II to Sleaiu Eu.^ine and Boil>>r work. Thresh 
ag MachiiiH repairing promptly attended to. 
.Meani Kugiuosand Boilers, Threshing machines, 
new and second handed, for sale or exchange 
vr-ry low. 

OILMAN k BUSIIXELL. 
Sr. PAfL, July 5th, l»o;.'. dly 

~nR~o N . 

J. n. 'Bft.A.TiETS, 

DEALER Vf 

TROX, XAILS, STEEL, 

SPRINGS, A.XLF.S,CARRIAGK TRIMMINGS, 

Leather Bolting, CoU Chain, Horse Nails aud 

Shoes, Thimble Skeins and Boxes, 

Window Sash aud Glass, Axes, Kettles, Shelf and 

Hea,-*'^- Harclnvare, 

PITTSBURG^ COAL 

A LARGE STOCK OF PLOWS, 

'Warehouse on Third street, between Minnesot. 
and Cedar-st'i., St. Paul. otf-tf 

LKON'S STOVE POLISH AND 



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BLACK LEAD CRUCIBT F-S, 

For sale at WEST'S Paper, Tin and Rag Ware 
House, where you can buy Stove Pipe five cents 
■ less than at other stores. Also, all kinds of sec- 
ond hand Merchandize, old Iron, Rags, Lead, 
Copper, Tin, Ac. Stoves wanted. Cash Paid on 
delivery. Two and one-half cents paid in goods 
for good Cotton Rags, at 

WEST'S, on Robert-st., 
o3«t-tf Large Stone Building, next to 3d-st. 
Hags wanted — for which 4c per pound will be 
paid. Mink Traps for i>ale. 



§IU$i;ellan«ou$i. 



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T.PAUL CHAIRFACTORY 
H. GALLEY, 

Manufacturer of 

Oane and Wood Seat 
O H ^%. I It S I 

THE TRADE SUPPLIED. 

WABASHAW STKKKT, BKT. 6TH ft 6TH, ST. PAUL 

MINNESOTA, norS 



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A G N E T I 
TacU Hammers. 



If you don't want to mash your fingers, buy o 
E. k H. r. BELL'S 



, _. __ .,---. — ^ one 

for 'i> cents, at " _ 

Coifeo is high. Buy a patent Coffee Strainer: 
It clears the coffee, and saves one third Only 
'■^ cents. E. A. H. Y. BELL. 

Patent Lifters. Will lift everything hot olf the 
^t«ve, without burning your fingers. Only as 
Cenw. E. A. H. Y. BELL. 

Agents wanted to canvass the Stat« for the 
abotre articles. A smart man can make big wagea. 
For particular!, address, enclosing stamps, 

E. A If. Y. BELL. 
Sole Agent! for Minnesota. 

8t. Paul, July nth, lfl«2. Jyll-dtf. 



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ONEY TO LOAN. 



U001> COLLATERAL SECURITY RftQUIRBD 
II. £. BAKER A CO., Auctioneers, 
On Third-It., second door from Jackson-it. 
j»a4 St. Psul, tfianeiou. 



DKALKI! IN GROCEIUKS 
GRAIN. PROVISIONS, LIME, AC, AC, AC 

AND 
AOKNT FOR THB 

PENNSYLVANL^ RAILROAD AND 

CO.\XECTIONS. 

Contracts for traii«portation between .St, Paul 
Boston, N.w England, Montreal, New York and 
*11 points kjist, mad ) upon the lowest and most 
Civorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C.W. WOOLLEY, 

6r. PAfL, 
{anl-dly For — 

OIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Indeiniiit y can be had. 

Steps are being taUen by the lioveritment to &<'■ 
certain who have ■•littered loss in prop.»rlv, ami 
the extent of such li>ss, by the late Sioux fiidian 
outbreak, with the vlow of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned ha\e all the necessary forms, aud 
are posseosf'd of snj.»»rlor advantages for having 
theso claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and w ill give sixTlal attention to 
such as are placed in their hand>. 

SMITH A GILMAN, Att rneys. 

St. Paul, Sept. il. 8«J. 



COOLE^^, OAItVEIt & CO., 

(Successors to Coolkt, Towkk A Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

Ooixiiiiissioii 3J[ci*cIia]:its, 

IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORk 

FRUITS, NUTS, iVINES, tfec, Jbc, 

JACtSON STREET. BETWEE.V LEVEE AND TUIRD, SAINT PAUL, MINN. 



QUICAGO BREWERY. 
L I L L & ~D1Y E R S Y , 

BKEWEKS OP 

LILL'S STOCK, 

AND 

or£ii:A3i: p-ajlh: ale, 

LAGEK BEER, 

PORTKIt AXD DROIFK STOUT. 

Sold by lialf barrel aud delivered free of charge. 

WM. CONSTANS, 
my24-dly Aoknt, St. Paul. 



1863. SPTMJNO. 1862. 
DRY GOODS FOR CASH. 






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In the lA>partment of 

X^ I Q u o n H A IV 1> S £: O A R s 

Our Sto^k will be found large aud coMfUKTE at all times, and at prices to fuit the ylews o 

Gtusest bu} ers. December 1, WAS 




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p W . NICHOLS. 

General iDsurance Agent. 

FUIE 1NSL'R.V:;CE. 

MjVRINE lNSUR.iNCE 
LIFE INSURA>.CE. 

POI-^ICIES 

Issued on favorable ;erms, in the most reliabli 
Companies. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK SToRJv 
JanlSd ly "l b ird street. .St. Paul. M i n . 

GALEN'S PRIVATE DISI'En"- 

.•ARY, 

Autl^Xodioul and Siii'tfii'al 
Om<'o. 

K>rAltl.I<llKU IN ST 
PAUL, .luiu', iMi,'. lor til'' 
aire of tin- following coni- 
l'laiut.4 : I'liKiiMC anh I*i;!- 
v.^TK OisKAHK.-*, including 
the VENEitEAL I)ISI;A>- 
E.S in all its forms,. Stricturv, 
Piles, Fistula, Rupture, l>i, 
•ases Ol the Kidin-ys, UUil- 
lir, Ac. To VftlXii JIk.n. 
■articular attention given 
o the secret iuliriuitifs oi 
/outh and manhood arising 

" irom certain secret habits. 

MiKDLK A<;Kt) and e^iii 
Old Men, who leel a debUtiy in advance of their 
years restored to vigor. 

To TiiK L%i>iE.s — I'emale Diseases cured, such 
as Leucorrhea, Men«trual Diseases, hailing <ii 
the Womb, Ulceration oi the 0» Uteri, Ac. For 
sale.Dr.Dewee's Fkw VLK Pillj« for obstructions, 
irregularities. Ac. Siifeaud certain at all times, 
but should not be used during pregnancy, as they 
would produce .l/'i»c«rrifl(/t'. Price $1 p^r Ijox. 
aud may be sent by mail. Also, Int. Galen's 
Preventive, for tl osc wishing to limit their 
otfspring, will last a life time, and warranted t» 
not ii\jurc the health. Price $,', and may be sent 
by mail. 

PATIENTS AT A DISTANCE— Tieated bv 
correspondence, and Mediciuos sent under seal 
to cure any ease at ho lie. 

N. B.— For partici lars concernig the above 
matters, send for our .<lEl>irAL Rki-urt on a Nfvv 
Method of TreatiUf-iit containing (H pages, :iO en- 
gravings, and uuiiiervus cases, seut under seal, on 
riHieipt of ten cents o" stamps. 

In addition to a reg ilar .Medical Education, thi- 
Doctor has had man; years' experience in tho 
treatment of th»> abo> e diseases, and by devoting 
himself exclusively to this department of prac- 
tice, and preparing hii own Medicines, he is ena- 
bled tecure all cases 'vithiu the reach of medical 
aid, without risk or exposure, in the shortest 
possible time. Separate apartments always in 
re»er»e so thatpatien s see no one but tho doctor, 
and all int'-rviews coi tidential. 
4^- Office in Coucei t Hail, Third street. 
Okkuk Hul'k>4 daily from 9 A. ji. to.' p. u. 
Sundays iruin :^ to 5 i . M. 

Address all rommuidcutions to DK. GALK.N's 
S A I NT P A U L. M I N N K.s< »TA . jan4 

J^IRBY'S COMBINED 
Reai>er imd M^o-w-er. 

U. A. riTT ACO'S 

THRESHING aiACHINES. 

We are now solicit! »g orders for the above cele 
brated machines. 

Persons iu wunt ar*^ invited to examine them at 
our store on Third si reet, as we fewl contident 
our terms and prices as well as the machines 
themselves, will b«' fo ind satisfactory. 

A general assortm mt of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on liand. 

Je^7- NICOLS fc DEAN. 

TJUNDAS MILLS' 
CELEBRATED :vX FAMILY FLOUR, 
For sale in bbls. or !acks hj 

E. A H. Y. Bell, near the Winslow Kons<t ; S 
K. Pntnmm, cornerSd tndMarket Sts. ; Ceaumont 
and Gordon, corner Id and Jackron Sts. ; J. B. 
SUchter, corn<-r of 7tl and Jackson tits. 
Wamuited tho best 

XX FA.^IILY FLOUK 
offered in this marlet. Orders from Hotels 
Bakers and others sliall have prompt attention 
and immediate deli verj. 
maris J. 8. ARCHIBALD. 



V^ U T L E R S E M P O R I U M. 
Ooolej', Cai'vei*&:Co. 

JACK.SON STREET, BETWEEN LKVLK 
AND THIRD, Si'. PAUL, 

Hiiviiig lati'ly nmde lilMTal addiL[-.>u» to their l:..'ge 
aud well assorti'd stock of 

Fano^- Oro<?oi*i«»t, Fi*uit*4, 
AVinos, JSccai'cs, Aco., 

invite the early atti-utiou of .Sutilers and others 
seeking Army Supplies, to their selection nfliooi'.s, 
which tliey oiler at close liguivs for Cash or Gor- 
erument Vouchers : 

Canned Fruit«s. 

PE.\C1I ES .vio dozen, fresh and fine. 

RASPi:EKKiK.s -.tio do do do 

BI.ArKUKUi:iES -^00 do do do 

CIIEKiilKS •.•00 do do do 

WHOi:i'LKBKKUIES..''.liO do d«* d<« 

Foreieru I^rnitM. 

RAISINS, (Ijiyer A M. R.>— whol.s halves Ai^rs. 
CL itUAN i">< — f.esh auti good. 

PRUNES — kegs and jars. 

PI.U.MS— /rench. 

DATES. 

100,0UO — embrarinir large variety, and including 
some choice and popular brands. 

1.''t)1>;ii'<.'<>.s. 

•-'50 Packages, including assorted grades — I'lug, 
Kine Cut Chewing, smoking, ISilly BoMligs, 
Meerschaum, Kinuikiuick, iLC, Ac. 

Oy^^te^Hl ami StirclineH. 
A full line favorite brai.ds ; also, LOBSTERS, 
SAL5ION, HALIBUT, HERRING, Ac, Ac. 

BrJtnclies, AViiies, Bouvl>or\ 

■Wlii.-fky, Arc 

A Hrgp variety, including some fine Old Bran- 
dies unii Whiskys, (bottled;, which W'- can conti- 
deully recoiiiniond as very sui>erior. Also, 



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A N T &. Y R E E M A N 



ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

Oilioo in .McClung's (Piiuenix) Block, corner ol 

Third and Wulushaw-sts., 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, 

Will practice in all the State and FcderiU Courts. 
Money luaned on good security. 
^^M'Si.ecial attention paid to collecting. 
W. 11. (ill.VNT. deti^Minos J. M. t'KEEM.VN. 



K. 



SPENCER 



Dentist, S3 YearH, 
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will be 
the usual fees of Dentiits of this S;ate. 

I insert ARTIFICIAL PIVOT TKETII, which 
are healthier, cheajier, more beautiful aud durable 
than teeth set on plate. 

Pivor Teeth no not Pukvent the T.vstino 
OK Food— Plate Teeth do. 

I so stop decayed places In the crowns of Teeth 
(elegantly,) as to last the life of the ]*atient. 

A*~ Gousultalious without charge. 
B'ji-Am 



MACHINE AOENCY, 

One door East of Davenport's Bookstore, on 
Third Street. 

The "FLORENCE" SEWING MACHINES 
make FwiR LiiKEKUKNT stitches on one and the 
same nmchine. TliU|i tho Lot;K, uoruLE-Locic, 
KNOT .\xr> oorni.E-KNOT, all of which make the 
seam alike on both sides of the fabric. Either or 
all can be produced while thu Machine is iu mo- 
tion. 

They have the ukversiblk feeo motion, 
which enables the operator to have the work car- 
ry either way, or to change tiio dir.ction, and 
fasten tho end of seams, weich, together with 
making a long and a i<hort stitch, is done simply 
by turning a thumb screw. 

Their motions aie ail positive. There are no 
surings to get out of order. They are so simple 
that tue most inexperienced cau'work them per- 
fectly and with ease. They aro noiseless, and 
can Ih? used where <julet is necessarv. 

Thev are tho FASTEST SEWERS in tJie 
WORLD, making live stitches to each revoliifiou. 
They oil no dresses. Their stitch is the wou'ier 
of all, because of its combined ti,.\STiciT¥, 

HTUENUTll aud BE.\L'TV. 

Prices No. 1, ;J4, .00, No. 2, $o7.00. No. 3, $f.r.(iO, 
No. 4, $7J.(X). No. .5, siirr,00, No.r>, ifK..',Oti, No. 7 
Cabinet opener, i'M.W, No. 7 Cabinet cased, 
$'Jo.ui), Mahogany !jii*,".00. Rosewood SlOTj.oo. 
Hemmers and all necebiary tools included iu the 
abo\e prices. 

Ou hiuid diftierent kind.^ of lower prir<»d Ma- 
chines. Call and see the "Florence Machines.'' 

jyl''>-dtf ti. W. BAliCOCK. 



r>. W. Ingrex-soll &; c< 



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I S S E L 1 Z A W A S S 



F 



RIENDS AND PATRONS 



Our Stock is now complete, embracing ALL 
HAT IS NEW IS 

jVIilliiierv Drv Goodt<j 

*""' LADIES' FURNISHING and FANCY AK 




u. 



S. REVENXE STAMPS, 



All denominations, for sale at 

Tito Trader**' Baok, 

Xorthwest corner oj Lake aud Clark Streets, 

Chicago, Illinois. 
A discount of '.! per ot nt. on all sums of $100, and 
up to $500; aud of 3 jicr cent, on all sums ol f juo 
and upwards, will be tllowed, payable In stamps. 
.\11 bankable funds received in payment i»t par. 
Packages will be fom arded by mail or express at 
the expense aud risk >f purcha-'er. 
Jana>-2m* E . I. TINKHA.M. Cashier. 

gQ BARRELS 

— OF — 

OARBopf oxr.. 

AIJH> A QUAXTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

For sale bv J. C. k- Tl. C.BURBANK A Co. 

rpHE UNDERSIGNED, 

DE.\LERS IX 

I*orlc, Ora in, Orocorieei 
and Fi'o^'^eiionM, 

Invite their friends and buyers generally to call 
upon theni In Castne -'s Building, Fourth street, 
aoove .lackson, wher* will be found, Sniiar Cured 
Hams and Shoulders Lard by the jar, lirLin or 
barrel; Beef, Corned and Dried; Oats and Corn, 
and a general stock of Choice Groceries, and all 
at the verv lowest rat 's. 

The highest price p lid for Pork and Grain. 

janl3--'m* SEAGER A HoYT. 

T^'ILLIAM D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND C OLTJSELLOR AT LAW 
8T. PAUl, MINNESOTA. 
REFlEBKNCEfl: 

Hon. Gaorge Opdvke New York Citv 

John O. Treadweu, Albany, New York 

Hon. Amos Deao, L. L. D JUbanv, New York 

Hob. S. A. Law, Chicago, DU 

Geo. S. Bbtnchard, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chase, M cKInaer and Moon Boston 

lelidaoUaAwlFw 



(iinger Wine, 
t linger linkndy, 
I'cach Brandy, 



Blackberry Brandy, 
Apple Bi-undy, 
Cherry Braudy. 



Conreclionerv. 
Fig Piiste, assorted Candies, Gum Drops, Loi 
enges, Li(|uorice, Spruce Gum, Ac, Ac. 

Nutrt. 
A full line, including every variety. 
October H, itki;.'. 



^ ANTED. 

8 Cabinet Makeri ; 2 Chair Makers; 1 Good 
Chair Painter, at the 

HaHtingH Steam Sasli and Ifiir- 

rtiiure Factory. 
Also, for sale, a 
PORTABLE STEA.M EXGIXE k UOII.EB, 

Cvlinder » Inch bore, and 14 Inch stroke. 
sS-tf HKK/tKf A COIt.'ioN. Uastiiig*. 

ITURNITURE. 



JOHN PRIMROSK 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

CABINET AND CHAIR 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keepx constantly oa hand a complete assort- 
meut of 

PARLOR, 

C HAap^FR , 

DININO-ROOM 
inURNITURK, 

OF ALL STTLK8, AND OF SUPERIOR WORK- 
MANSHIP. 

Most of my Furniture is of my own manufac- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
equal t6 the best there is made in the U. S. A. 

As a nimble sixpence is always better than a 
slow shiling, I am determined to sell a very light 
shade above cost. F>ervbody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

4E9- REMEMBER PLACE : Stone Bnild- 
Ing— Third Street— above the Bridge. St. Paul 
Minn. ii.n::<dly 

"P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of Seventh and Olive streets,) 

HAS IS addition TW HIS NEW A FULL STOCK OF 

Grrooeries & Pro-visions, 

A complete assortment of 

QUEENSWARE, LAMPS, Ao. 

All of which will be sold at the lowest possibk 
rates. 

NEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct and 
rea<ly for use. Those who have Hay, <iraInof 
Live Stock for sale can save menev by (retting it 
wotrhed. «prl(>-f«>v>»<: iv 



, , , ^. — —ng 

we nave a large supply— we have twenty dillereiu 
pattrrus; one is the McClellan— the pattern cost 
*U<J in Paris. Alse, the Oothle and E.\c.-lsi«r 
(. louks, so much admired in high circles. East. 
Our stock is large iu Nubias, lloods, .Sonta^s 
Jrei.ch Opera Hoods, Zcphvr Worsted ^Vool 
lams, Hosiery, Gloves, Eiiibroiderii-s, Whit 
GoodK, &c., Ac. Dress Goods, BHiinoruI and Hoo' 
Skirts, by tho quantity. Five dozen Winte 
.Shawls, that iniist U^- sold, with Mlmost everv art" 
cle wanted in tli.. housekeeping- ;.,.^.. \, e ;o;ici 
an early call. Kespectfullv yours, 

„ , . MRS. .1. .1. DUGAN, 

Below my A Jenk^' Drug Store, Third Street 
where the w ax Indy is in thti window. o'J5-tf 

M. N. KELLOGG^, 

WHOLK3.VLB AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 

Childien'.s rAl'.S— /.yery variety; Egg, Lemon, 
Ginj;er, Bo.ston uuu Koda CRACKERS: Trj""'- 
Insr, .School aud Work BASKETS; MAPLE 
GAR ; Fresh CANDIES from New York— al* 



riiiuu Street, next Dook to Gkeenleai's 
Is uow receiving 

Direct Iroiii ISTew Yoi*k, 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT of the very 

RICHEST AND LATEST STYLES 

OK 

MILLINERY GOODS, 

To which she invites the attention of 

Xhe ILiaclies of St. Paxil and otliei- 

'X'o'wns in tlie State. 

St. Paul, Sept.'jrth, l.stij. 827-ly 

Vy M. I L L I N G W O R T II , 
Watcli ]>Xauiilacturer. 

-AND — 

xow>r CLOCK Buii.r>icii ! 

SIGN OF THE TOWN CLOCK. 

JACKSON-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



5 su- 
also 

4»- THE BKSr CIGARS IN THE CITT. 
M. N. KKLLOOn. 

O T I C E . 



_s4 

N 

At a meeting of the Directors of the Dakota 
Land Couqiany held at their office, St. I'aiil, Jan- 
uary •,'.;, iwy, an assessment of one dolhir |).r 
share, was levied on the Capital Stock of sai.l 
roni|>auy to be paid ou or before the 0th dav ol 
March next. 

jan'.'5-(»w T. B. CAMPBELL 



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L I D A Y 



Secretary. 

B O O K S 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Photogi-aphic Albums. 
ANNUALS. 

J U VENILE BOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCICS. 

Dissected Pictures. 

POI^TFOLIOS 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY BOOKS. 

Everything in his line. 

HAS GOT 'EM. 



HORACE R. BIOEI.OW. 



OLIVER DALP.YMPLE. 



BIGELOVV & DALRYMPLE, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 
S^. Paul, IVIinnesota. 
Will attend partleularly to collectiens through- 
oat the State ; and, until their payment by the 
Government, will ^ve especial attention to the 
prosecution aud settlement of claims ef INDEM- 
NITY FOR SIOUX DEPREDATIONS. saMm 



M 



ARINE BANK 



Organized UTid»r the General Banking Law of 
Bllnnesota. 

O. I!. TURRELL, Cashier. C. K. WELLS, Pres't. 



DAVENPORT 

dec20 



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ATAWBA BRANDY. 



The undersigned having been appointed sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY 

For the State of Minnesota, calls the attention ol 
Physicians and the public to its medicinal quail- 

WALTER W. WEBB, 



ties. 
St. Pan' 



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ETAL WAREHOUSE. 



& CO., 



VA.NDERVOORT, DICKERSON 

I.M PORTERS OF 

Tin Plate &c., 

.1 I AGEXTS FOR 



AND DEALERS IX 

T 1 ^ 2r E R ' S 

STOCK. 



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improved 
SC-A-XjES 
lOO laad 301 Rttu«lolph.|IC., Chlctifro 

P. O. Box 3107. 



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decl3-0m 



rpAX DEEDS. 

THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest aud best form of 
tax deed.s. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, and In conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared by .ae 
State authorities 
Price 50 cents per dosen, or $3 per handr«d. 

/^ASII PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BARLEY, OATS and CORN, and DRESSED 

HOGS, at my Warehouse, Upper I.evee, St. Paul. 

dec-'l-tf ALBliUT McCARGAR. 



Office in Coulter's Block, Jackson Street, 
St. Paul. decl(V:tn(i 

DR. DeMONTREVILLE, 



A. 







D K :n" X I S T , 
(OfBce In French's Block,) 
Third Stiwet, aoar the Poa< OiBce, 

SAINT PAUL MINNdiSOTA. 

Ian29-ly 

^MES' EXTRA SUGAR CURED 

H A m; s , 



For sale by 



8. K. PUTNAM. 



F. KNIGHT, 
.A^RCHITECT, 



Will furnlshdesigns, Plana, Detailg,SpeciflcatIon» 
and Estimates for buildings of every kind, got up 
In the best style for the reduced price of one j>er 
cent on estimated cost, and will, if required, su- 
l>erintend the erection of the same, both in the 
city and country, at equally low rates. Office iu 
JVench's Block, Third street, St. Paul, Minne 
■ot*- myS4lm 

^PPLES! APPLES! 

7S barrels choice, Just received and for sale low 
by 8. K. PUTNAM, 

rnAV Thlrriand 



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Having had over THIRTY YEARS K.X'PKRI- 
ENCEinthe best Wnich Factories in iCugland 
and America, he feels himself competent to do 
anything iu his line 

.A. LITT-LE SUPElilOR 

to any other establishment in the Northwest. 

♦«-N. B.— Persons wLsiiing to perfect thorn 
selves in the business, will be received under iu 
struction ou VEi:V JIODERA TE TEiiilS. 

«#- Kine work done and Clock and WatcJi 
Wheels cut for the trade at low rsnes. nir«y 

rp O B A C C O, 

Oi£;ars, Pipes, SuufT, &c. 

F. W. TUCIIELT, 

Third Street, next door to Comb's Book S'ore 
Wholesale and Itetail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars 
Ac., is just receiving his fall and winter stock 
and is prepared to lill orders to any extent, for 

FINE LMPORTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Chewing Tobacco. Fine CtLt Chewing, superior 
to auy iu the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROv>T PIPES, 
a largo assortmeut. Ttiese pipes are all the go 
now. 

F. W. TUCHELT. 
St. Paul, Nov. 17, Dovirdly. 

J WATSON WEBB, JR., 

(Successor to Walter W. Webb,) 

WHOLESALE DEALER IX 

FOREIGN WINES & LKJUORS .VND 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 
anl-tf SIBLEY BLOCK, TlIIIiD-ST. 

XTEW GOODS ! - NE W GOODsT: 
JUST RECEIVED. 

DRY GOODS AT GRE.\T BARGAINS, 

Splendid chance to purchase Holiday Presents at 

SMilTH & TAYLOR'S, 

•• Cheap Oash Store," 

TUIRD.STREET, NEXT DOOR TO THE N. W. 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

We have on hand a choice lot'of 

BALMOR.VL SKIRTS, 

the cheapest iu the market. 

SONTAGS, NUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARFS, 

in great variety of st> les and colors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unequallcd.in this city, consisting in part of 

srLKxnin frexch merixoes, 

of tho best make, in all colors. 

ALL WOOL REPS, 

PLAIN AND FIGURED UNION REPS, 

Plain and Figured Delaines, Mottled Cloths, Em- 
press Cloths, Valencia Plaids, Ac, Ac. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dress Goods, 

Also choice patterns of Flannel Sheetings. 

All kinds of White and Colored 

F L A N- N K IL. , 

Great Bargains In Bleached and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic Goods, Hosiery, 

Gloves, Ladies' and Gentlemen's 

Wrappers and Drawers, Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Ac. 

All of which we will sell 

for cash at figures to suit the closest buyers. 

49~ Call and examine for yourselves, at 

"The Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR, 

dec25 ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



HAVE JUST KKCKIVKII A LARGE STO'.K OK 

SPRINO DRY aOOT>S, 

CON9I8TIXO OF 

FANCY i>RESS GOODS, 
Of every variety of quality, will be sold at prices 

TO SUIT THH TIMES. 
Mottled Morello Cloths, from 10 to 25c per yard I 

FLAID FOIL DE CIIEVRES, 
EMBROIDERED FOIL 1)E CHEVKES, 

EVEKV VARIETY OF ClI VLT.EYS 

£MBr.OII>hl:i'.I> .VXD GREY GRISAILLES 

BLUE, GRCEX AXD UIXK BEKRAUE LEXIKIXA. 

EXGLISH, FRENCH AND AMF.UICAX MOOSLJXE D»; 

I.AIXES; I'RIXTED LAWXS IX 

GREAT V.VRIETY. 

A SPUBNDU) STOCK OK GINGHAM"' 

ALSO 

BLACK AND RICH F.VNCY SH.KS. 

Mr.X AND BOYS' SUM.%ii:U \VL.\K; 

BROADCLOTHS, BLACK A FAXCY CA3SIMEr:-.S, 
SATTIXETS, AXD SUMMER CLOTHS. 
ALSO 

A VERY LARGE STOCIi OF 
HOSIERY, GLO\ ES, 

AND 

EMilJROIDEKIES, 

PARASOLS, SUN XmUKKLLAS, KTC, 

ALSO 

A LARGE STOCK OF 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BY THE PIECE OR PACKAGE FOE THB 

COTJ1VTK.Y TK-ADli:. 

COUNTRY MKIICILVNTS 
Can purchase th^ir Goods of us, an<! 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 
We invite the attentien of tho ladies to our new 

styles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OUR E ?«■ 1? I R E STOCK 

WILL 15 ti 

SOLO rOXi CASH, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMl'ETITION. 
The public are invited to visit 

OUR NETV STORE. 

D. W. INGEllSOLL & CO. 

apr30-dly St. Paul, Minnesota. 

A T WHOLESALE." 

A large assortmeut of Now Style 

Hoods. ^N^ubias, 

Soutag^s aud Comfbi*tez-.*«. 

AI-SO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AXD DRAWERS, 

WOOL SOCKS, 
Buck Grlove.s &< Mittens^, 

Having a surplus of these goods we 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGAINS. 

IIo{2:au .Sc Oamp. 

nov20 



Vv'INTEH ARRANGEMENT. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., • 

CAF.RYLNG Tlia ^ 

NOHTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AXD THE 

XJniteal States ^lail. 



The roads are woK stocked with first cl.tr-' 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful aud e-si-- 
riencod drivers, all uiider the control of compe- 
tent agents. 



SCHEDULE OF DEPMtTFUES FROM SAIXT PAfL . 

For Hastings R.-a Vriiist, Lake Citv, Re-:i ■< 
Uauouif,', U abusliaw, Minneiska, Winona and i x 
Cro.-;sc— coiineciing with the l.aCrosso audMii 
WiiuKoe Railroad — every inoruing at 5 .\. M. 

For Stillwater — iMily, at b .\. m. 

For Shiikopee, .Toidoi>, St. Lawrence, Beiip 
Pliii'i, Henflerson, Le Suear, Ottawa, 1 m^erb* u 
Sioux, St. Peter &iid Maiikato— Daily at i, P. >■ . 

For Roseniount, Cistle Rock, Northfield, C: •. 
noiL Oty, laribuuh, Medloid, (iiuion Falls i.i i 
tJwa;().ii:a, coiiueciingat Oujfi;naa, for Will j , 
St. i-.'ary'x, Winnebago Agency arid Mauk:'io 
Alio (or Rico l>ake, Clareniont, AVasioia, 31 «u 
torville, Rocke^ter, Chr.l.ield, aud Wiuuua- l/„ii . 
at i A. M. 

For Industriana, Anokn, Orono, Orlar-ia 
Moiuicelio, Clearwater, fet. Augusta aud St. 
Cloud— Daily, at a a. .M. 

For .Sauk Rapids, i^ell,. Prairie. Fort Rlpleviu I 
Crow Win;;— Tae.v;..!.,'i, Ihursday's andSui..i- 
u;.; '^! at .» o'clock A. ji. 

For Richmond, San'* Centre, Alexandra. 
Chiipewa, i'oni.ie de Terre, Breckinridge, 1-, .t 
Abercionibie— 3Iouday's aud Wedaesday'a ai 
o'clock .\. M. 



Ffar Sunriye, with 
and itayiield- Jloiiday's 
Uay's, at < o'clock a. m 



conn'ctions for Superior 
V»'e Tuesday "b aud rii- 



For further narliculart inquire at the Gctna 
Oiiice oa ThirJ Street. 



nov21-dly 



J. C. 



BURBANK A CO. 

Proprieiora. 



JJ^ERCH ANTS' DISPATCH 



OWXED AXD MAXAGED BT 

-A.]MERIC-A.5C EXTRESS 



CO. 



All overcharges settled by J. C. &IJ, C. iJu 

bank & Co., Agents. 

New York ollico, l>j Murray street. 

Boston officis, C'J Washin£loa street. 
mai.'VdIy 

18G-^. 1862 

Impoi'taiit 



180-^. 



J. C. Si II. C. BUllBANK & CO. 



Having been conftituttd sole agents at i=t. 
for the 



Pa» 



CARPETS. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARRETS CIIEAR. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH BUGBEE, 

TIIIRD-ST., ABOVE THE BRIDGE. 

decllV.-Jm ST. PAUL, MINNESfiT.A. 



LACROSSE k MILWAUKEE KAILROAD 

AXD ALSO FOR THE 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMEII.S, 

Would respectfiiUy call your attention to the .-u 
perior advantages offered by them over any oi<i.-« 
coi-ipe(inglino. 

'iTliroup^li Couti-uclj* 

Will be given to all jioints East, 
ALL CLAIMS FOR 

OVERCHARGES OR PAMAGlTj 
Will be settled upon presentation. 

WE HAVE Ar.SO THE AGENCY OK 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAiIEr..S 

On the Minnesota and U;.per Slis.^isKippi rivers. 
Tha La Crosse and Milwaukee Line receive am 

forward all freight yi\i.is. or wareiioi&k 

CHARGES AT ST. PAUL. 

MERCHANTS w!io de.^Ign vl.-itlng the East Uw 
Goods will please gi.-e us a call and obtain h t . i. 

F.AlrriCULAUS. 

J. 0. &. H. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. i*aul. Feb. 20. 1.SC2. febiO-d&wlv 



1 Ofk KEGS SU(iAR HOUSE, GOI.- 

■^\J\J don and Anibre, a choice article, at 



J. C. &, II. C. BUi:i5ANK A Co 



AL.VR(iE STOCK OF FINE \ -. 
(juors and Ci,?iir,M, whi<'h we oiler at pri«.es 
tiu.t will insure epiick t-i>Xi-», at 

J.C . & H. C.BU RBANK A Co.'- 

BBLS. ASSORTED \\U\6- 

kev, for .iiile at 
J. C. it U. C. BURBANK A Co.'- 



300 



/CLIFTON 

MANKATO, 



HOUSE 



MINNESOTA. 



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ENTISTRY 



DR. BOWMAN, having taken rooms in the 
Winslow House, will give his attention to all who 
may desire hiti professional services. 

Although a comparative stranger, yet the Dr. 
is coulidcnt that, guided by thw tirni p'riiicipleit ut 
justice and equity — courteous and faithful manip- 
ulation, he may win the confidence of all. 

Dr. B. intends his operations shall rank only 
with other tirsi -class operators. 

g^ Antesthetics judiciously administered. 

O-Ollice hours from s a. m. to 5 p. .m. 

A. BOWMAN, 




This House is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and is among the largest iu the Miuue- 
sota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEAVLY FLTlNlSIH-m, 

And the proprietor, from long e.xperlence in th" 
business, tiatters him.'self that he will be able to 
iatisfy the traveling public. 

-W-CHARGES MODERATE. .«r 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Hankato, Minn., April Wth, 1W,'.». 

F A 1 R B A N K ' S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

OF ALL KIXDS. 

Also, WarehouseTrucks, Lelte: 

l*rPft8HH &c &c 

FAIRBANKS, GREEN LEAF A CO., 

172 Lake Street, Chicago. 

Forxalein St. Paul, by J. C. AU.C. BurbuctA 

Co. 
•»-BecftF*ftil t/» h'lv onlv thp eennJn* e14.^»-| 

p A L M E R ' S PURE 

V I ]sr E G ^V 1 1 . 



^OO ^\'^^^^''E. HALF AND QUA) I 

Kt\J\J ter boxes ljaisii;s, crop of 1S<, , ai 



J.C. A ll.C. itUUBANK A Co. 



i}f\ BBLS 

^\j ey Syrup, a choice article, for table ui 
J.C. all 



STUARTS BEST HOa- 

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125 



C. BURBANK & Co.'s. 



P A C K A ( i E S ASSORT!-. » » 

Fruits, con.si«tiug of Plums, I'ruie - 
Curranis and Citron, all new crop, for sain ut 
prices to suit the times. 

J. C. A H. C. BURBANK & Co.'^ 

I ^O iJOXES \\\ R. CHEESE ; A 

JLO V/ prime artic'e, ct low figures, at 

J. C. & II. C. BLRiiANK A Co.'.t 



ftr\ GRANT'S PATENT FANNI.v.i 

f^\J Mills for .sale at manufacturer's prices, nt 
J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'* 



^T-OU WILL FIND ONE OF Tlii-: 

JL largest and best selected stocks of Grcc-T 
ies in the West, at tlie warehouse of 
dec l'.» J. C. & II. C. BURBANK A Co. 



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INTERS' INKS 




This is the kind of Vinegar that should be ascd 
by all housekeepers for 

PICKLES 

A2fD TUB 

T-A.BI.,E. 

It is warranted pure and wholesome, and to 
give perfect satisfaction wherever used. Try i>, 

AND YOU WILL HAVE NO OTHER. 

For sale at our works on Cibley street, and oy 
aU grocers who hare an eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS FOR SALE. 

C. C. LE^VIS k CO. 
■jyTERRILL IS PAYING CASH FOR 

Old Papers of every kind, old Books of everf de- 
scription, Reading, Blank or School Bor>l?;« yrA 
Pamphlets. I*aper Rags wanted at MERRI' x^'S. 

n...J« 'Af* •'""" "^ "** th« CMh '-*-" -"— "' 



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t»hXJlfuB:t 



A!! sorts, kind*, and rolors, from the celebrate-l 
mauulactory of J. E. Wade, New York, for sale 
at luaiiufacturer'.^i prices, by 

dc*;lj J.C. &H.C. H 



lURBANK&CO. 



420 

brauus, at 



tJ *_' Steel J 



BOXES ASSORTED lO- 

bacco, comprising all tho flivorite 

.T. C. & If. r. BURBANK A Co.'- 

DOZEN DUIJOI.^ BEST CA^ i' 



Axes. Al.so :'M dozen Red Hi-.er 
Axe.s : biso 25 ISo.xes assorted Blued Tucks, lii -i 
uu.C?v, at 

J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A Co.'.- 



I'i^XEIVED OX CONSIGNMENI. 

At' ijiHK) Pol NILS DuiKt» Peaches, and *.'"<! 

i'>.L"-'D- DiUEi/ APi'LL'*. 10 l»e sold low forca"!! 

n:y.;ltf J. C. BURBANK A OO. 

HAVE .JUST RECEIVED .\ 

large supply uf Wksterx Reseiu -■ 
Ci!~L!»i: which we offer low for cash. 
j-« J. C. A H. C. BURBANK A CO. 



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» MY FRIENDS & PATRONS. 



ITs.ing •':.*fiee.1 .■ny services to the Messrs. I. 
C. S T. 0. IturTiank A Co.. corner Levee aud Si(>- 
ley j»'ee;s, I may be found in the Wholesale (iii.- 
ce:v ^Vpiirtinf-.nt, where it will afford me plea^ur*) 
to i.3»: :;-y old customers once more. 

»v.;j.tall have alitr^eand weH selected 8to<~i( 
of ec'ii.o, u«aaily kept in our line, on baud, whici 
I re-iM-cifuily at^k voii to examine before purchn' 
inr ""-e«iiere. I ^ope to merit for the house i 
l>J.\v,'ii at least of tuat |>atronage you luive heie 
to'er" so liberally boittowed u|ion m« 



a-i.-a 



A. L. LARPENTEUR. 



T,'.'DLVN WAR LMPLEALENTb. 
s'he undersigned are Agents for 

3ALL.VRDS CELEBRATED 

Breocli IL.oa«:liiis Army Carbine* , 

The most perfect and most convenient breech 
loading gun in use. Orders received at our oiTu- 1 
where a sample may be seen, 
as-tf J. C fiUSBA^K fc CO. 



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THE SAIXT PAUL PliESS, WEDXESDAY, FEBRaAlU' 18, 18G3. 



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hv a Mrs. Shoror.— .1 -oI-.!i9.int trMow, Wl»«« «.r fc«vc .lo»e, and «»but th« 
. „ ... , K*-!*!*!* Iiav<« 4lont>. 

nnd sitiiatotl on th«.' Still ■vatiTro.ltl. oppo- ! , ». ^ , .. . ,. ' 

; :,, . •>,. i.u- ^ .!l;i of Ilorac. Ihomson. lla> ^ ,j.,^ , joHowin- i-xhiLit ol tl.e 5ucccs.scs ', 

:,r.«.ov.r- fiw c.i«.i;ht ui th • kitckn gnrrtt, gji;,„.,j ;„ the prt-M-nf war l.v our armies : 
n'!v Is an Iromastovo pipe. Tin house was in- 
.saivtl fur its lull value— 8;>'X\ :uul was 

I totallv oonsumeil. 

H ..:s.-raMlen,pt:on ^j,;. y-^. ('otupaules .rero promptly on ;.:_ ^^ ^ ^^.^^j ^^.^^ ^^^ ,_^^^,j 

* •'''•^- ^'1 ' '-"^^ Inml with .ill their .appir.itiK, hut eonld 



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anil lleets over the IlrbeLs phows that 
there is no eaiise for the j^looni and «lis- 
satislaetion whieh pcoes.sioni.-'ts are stri- 



:*l:;rt h 1 Uh. ^,^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ -yy^, I'iicnion had just pot to 

rr.K.-. IV.ntmg • ^j^^j^. j^.^jj^ ^^^^j ^^^ pn parinj: to join in 

i the n>azy danee, when the alami bell 

' f:d'e<l 'lu'iu to duty's p< St. Aw.ny they 



!)es nuue :is i'av 



IMOX VKTOIUrS. 



Driiinsvlll.', 
Mill Sprhijr, 
Ko't IIiMiry,* 
Kurt l>:iinl-on,* 
rM>w!liic«;ro<'n,* 
» i>liin»liiis,* 



r 1 ' .. r ran, sTilashinjj through w.ater and slush, | •^»-!'\'*'.''^ 

i.iicii I'V r.M.. '•'• » . r. >- • , Island No. 10, 

^' Mondav. I"'"" a two hour's jol> ot drajrpin}; heavy [ M.Mnpliii. ^ 
<^ot1v — qnite „ , 



Nf\vbi'rii, 

IJoniioko I^tntnl, 

>..rr..lk. 

3UTrima<*, 

i:vH>u:iiion of Manassas. 

Viirktiiw II. 

\Villi:iiii-liur;, 

lliiiiiniTi'oun House, 

Vn r « Kik*. 

.M:ilv.-in HilK 

Ni'vi Orlfiiii.-, 

Murfr«'i'-hori». 



OP THE CONPITION OF 

THE NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OK Tni: CITY Ofc" SKW YOHK, 

On tlio Tliivty-First Day of December, 18G2, 

IX COXFOKMITY WITH THE LAWS OF MINNESOTA. 
» ■ ♦ » ♦ 

N.VMK Axn I.OrATIO.V. 

Thenamfnf tliijCompanj U theNUgara Fire Insurance Company, amllt Is located inthocityof 
N*'w York. 

<AIMTAL. 



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■ :;i'ini>s to and fro. AN h.it eared the 

•.v.'l 'Known , t^ioii-h— the brave fi-lh-ws— whether they '/;';," ,,^„,.., ,„ ,^^^^,. .;.,„„, j,„uuiHin 

Antii'tiiiii, 
.\r.nii»;i« Tosf, 



T!io amount of its Capital Stork all paid up In cash. 
TUo Surplus on the 3 1 st Uay of Dt-comtw r, IStiJ 



Total amount of C.ipUal and .Surplui. 



...$200,oco.on 

. . . 6«.f.'.''>.(U 



•he Minnesota ! tripped th. lijjht lantaslie toe in the Ray ; ,,.^--;;;;:-.^ '^^^' 

1 haU-room. or tramped throujrh the wet, ! Kort Macn. 

I . . . ^ Kiitiiii li<itii(f, 

dark streets, to s.ive some ones property i.„rt icovui. 



ASSKTS. 



• ("a<!i in nnnk nml on hnnil. 



l'o«f«'r'> doings in North ; Cimii in tlic h!<nd.s ot Aifpnts or other persona 



. 4,45:».<>t> 



Carolina, 



vric Ci.rn of Ramsey} re-'arille«s of how tlit^v injured their; ••it>i.'d'-(-.ibrsltnrs"byfhor.-i>oi'. 

.-<''♦ Ti,M ,!.;« ,", 11-. ' Tlic rebfls have been driven Irom M.V 

' r.' ^ '.'• ;ct lla;l tins *< ^miliv riothes ' i i i- i i<- ,.. . . 

., , ;>t»"*"V "o"'*-'- ^^^ I rilund. Kentueky. ^\ esnrn \ ir^inia, 

. . (. oloe.<, Kr ^ ., v.r- t-r m,.,„,.. tIoII ' ^l>''>'ouri. and ne.-irlr aUTennessc.'. 

, i> .•» .- „ I hi: liAi.i. La^t ^lOiiT. — Alo/art ilnll „., ,,,,,•,, , ■ i _ 

.,n - the <. onstitntior, . „ , , 1 he b oekade bv hiiul and .-ea has been 



bL'CO:r. 



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V ..^ ,,.j, j.jvi't d ' t''^' word— jam. Over K»0 eouple were 
' present, so t'i;it In point of numbers it 

( was one of the largtst soirees over ^iven 
in tl.e eltv. and some old ball goers .i.s- 
.:;.jr;Kni».— u ; ^^.,.j that It was ihf larp. st. 

1>aM.i".: w.is only aceomplishcd by 

•' stratejjv." but every body enjoyed it 

hii;hlv. The music wa.-- pood, the la<lie9 

14 wholesome | .,]i h;uidsome. and the snppor ereditable 

i: 1 i:i '."toe of , .^ ;|,,. j„,^f_ thoucjh he had, perhaps, an 

.'.those best jv\!>0(.ted larpe nnmh«>r of guests. The 

i irai -ties were oontlnueibintil a protr.aeted 

hour, ami the whole afl-iir a deeided suc- 

ce^-'. 



. iili'l that the 

:>;. P. r.. l>e 

- fnerul.s have 



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. r. — The State Troai;- 

■ iav «!r two since tliO allot- 

virrh Ileiiiment for the 

. _ '-t. l'^G'2, amonr.t- 

. - - the hcavii'St 

.11 vc'd lire, ami will be 

u'lm'er of pi.rsons who 

•; V ::« prepared for yis- 
ridentallvkft 



THi: 



COl^PKnilC ADA CATC'U A 
TllST.&n. 



•rfvet, that molasses is !?7 a pallon. 



Uciil K'j'att' owned by the (.'ompaiiy 

Uoiid.H and .^lortpaRos on IJeal K!«t"ate owned by the t'ouipany.. _. ; • ■ • • 

l,,tiuiis oil .Slocks and ltoiid.'< pjiyable on demand, made on securities ot the 

iiiarki't v«Uie of (^'ijoo.l 

L'nimirl rri'miuins in the course of collection • 

lilt St on I'lOiids and l<oans, accrued, but not due, 

lli'iils or Stocks, owiu'd by this fompiiny, 

«■.'.').<« 1' I . .*«. <■> per cent. Konds of IWi 

jito.iHiO t'. .s. I year cert ilicates at <°> per cent 

'I'o! I (iri-..'nt iiVirket value.. 



. IW.JJO.W 

. l.SOfViK) 
Mr.*' 



supar >?1 a pout;d. and Imots ^Jf. a pair ! Aw ou.e. s^u.mcs...^^^^ 

in Ki.iimond. ^ | liabilitiics. 



I'oHt. Market Vfllne. 
9i?.',fMi(>.as •.■o,i(6.i«> 

3»,;N).tK) 

• •■••••■••••••a J ilMJ'J.V'.' 



$2iO,C«jO..-.-> 



We have eapture<l or destroved as,, ,. . , ,j „ 

, • . , , • j I^asri.a ailjtisled and due 

many as nine larpe iron-eIa<ls. i \,„^*,f^ in.urn-d and in process of adjuxtment 

liie Duke of Williniiton nevt-r made I l.os.c« roi>orted, on winch no action hag been taken. 

I ., .1 ■ n. i,:o 11.. ,.;,. „.,i ,! I/ossi's i-liiiinoil. but resisted by the Company. 

such pro-ress .as this m his 1 .-mnsula i;upaid dlvideud.s .. r..... 

campaiirn, and our operations comi>are 



WHEELER, &c WILSON'S 
S E A;V" I :V O IVI ^ O H I IV E H . 

MF.T^IT ALONE MAKES A SEWINCi MACillNE V.VLUAIiI.E. 

The People are perceiving that 

Olo^vring I^e presentations ai*e not >Iei'it- 

That it is economy and wisdom to purchase only Stwins Machinei: of known praclicai utility. 
THKS MACHINE IS PROFITABLE AND AVAILAliLK A LIFE TIME. 

An annual dividend of 100 to .TOO per con*. (»n its cost) nipy be obtained in it- use. !>•. its po?c».ss;on. 

There are over '.t'i.iSH} WHEELElt & WILSON Machines In nse in this country nndLnrop''-. 

It is the only Machine in the world makinf; the Lock-.Stii<li with the Kotatint' Hook and uMUg tao 
GH'=s Foot. ,, . . , 

The WHEELEK & WILS<^)N MACHINE.S are right, aiid if they do not operate wr!' n is becsuse 
people are not fully instruct I'd in their use. 

E"?'ALL MACIUXES AHK WAKnANTKI*. AXT> KflL IX.STRUCTIONS r.lVi;V.^~i 
All pTsonsownincr WHEELER & WILSON .M.VCHIM;-* can have tli.ni propri!vr.<;jiist"d, and 
full Instructions given in their use, tree of charg", Iiy c.illin;; nt the WHKKLEU &; U IL-O.N 
UOO.M.S, in the Gieenlcaf Block, 1 liird street, a few <loors Ndow the I'ost « ifijce. 

r\ 31:. jroii:vsoTv, v^gent. 

St. Paul, Feb. 10th, 1S6.3. 1. bil-»f 



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iiiv prtpand. 

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. \\ . lh;I5oIs will 

!.>• I'-.re ' r:'>>rf 

I i'l ".uny cvi-ninjr. 

cmnieree at 7 1-- 

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■: ■ • > mbcT.' or this 
■ M Mathfws 

' ';• :■"> 1 ;■■•' St.jr •,) 

■i-:;i :'.. — Tiie elty f.ithcrs 

' \ !."!i* (!,•',•'". tion to 

.' -^ rervrii'.fuce 

,*;!•• r'onmitin 

.' ' \:.-\ Iicrd anil 

I band, and 

1 he rresidont 

' > -'lod tV.e Coun- 

'. ami Alderman 

[ ;" -Mderni.an U 

;. Sifonded by 

i. I'i >~-cIl, who was stii- 
The Cliatr 'b'ciarcd it r:\r- 
• ; •> 'fi'-", wii • v..'-; >!i.'.rp- 
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Ovn Wh.vtiik::. — <);ir ueatlx-r is l>e- 

' ominir inexnll'"-ible. Vt'i' huvo ail ex- 

'-r'Tiis ip tl:-- (■•■'•r-e of a few liour?. On 

'•a:uruay aw.ar.vi drlz^iiin;.^ rain .".nd th.iw 

—on Sundsiv a cold. f!niri'n-- — o:i Mon- 



■'.iv r. warm .ind t'.i.-.'.vi 



!(r:;?.v a rec"'"" •■'^fir' 



";;'r.ir!, nnd 



ncv: fusappcr.rt u lis 

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V. .', :• I.'" v.-nr:n 

1 re ni-'it tlie 

: •;■, -, : - .. [\. tv; r:' ovpn'owinj; 

. i: '. -;i:-''v v:;'t :•, ivi •; • ;!,<• j-tre.-t ; were 

. '■ vith ucp. The sleii^hinp may hr 

■I (lii'.vn .Ts a thinj; of the past, if this 

— -rm sp?U ontintios aci.-